Formatting a page

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tonylees
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Formatting a page

Post by tonylees » Tue Jan 26, 2010 9:16 am

Hi All,

I am struggling with formatting a page which uses Webyep, could someone please help!

The page in question is http://www.tlees.co.uk thw way I have set this page up is with a container div which has the border, and then a content div within it.
The problem is that the conainer div height does not expand with the content that I add with WebYep, it over writes the border.

I hope this makes sense!

Thanks
Tony

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Re: Formatting a page

Post by jzanchy » Tue Jan 26, 2010 7:34 pm

I'm sorry Tony I wish I had the answer for you. I'm new to ll this and this forum. I hope to learn a great deal from here. I wish you the best of luck. Hopefully a fellow member can shed some light on this for you.

Take Care,
Jay

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Re: Formatting a page

Post by johannes » Fri Jan 29, 2010 1:06 pm

The best way to approach these types of problems is to replace the WebYep Elements with static content - some placeholder images and/or a bit of copy text (in your case a bit more).

Then you can focus on the CSS/HTML and do not have to mind about the CMS.

Once the layout is as you want it, simply switch the placeholders with the real WebYep Element's.

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Re: Formatting a page

Post by Maeve » Mon Feb 15, 2010 10:01 am

Yes definitely agree with Johannes - I find the best way to create a site with WebYep is to build the entire site in html/css first, then simply replace your text and images with the desired WebYep elements.

Cheers,
Maeve

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