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Contribute Compatible? CSS Sculptor, Site Assist

Thread began 8/03/2009 1:31 pm by kathy386070 | Last modified 8/04/2009 5:13 pm by kathy386070 | 1958 views | 3 replies


Contribute Compatible? CSS Sculptor, Site Assist


I am considering purchasing the Web Suite (CSS Sculptor, Site Assist and CSS Menu) to create customer website. Prior to this I was planning on creating the website in Dreamweaver, but am challenged by CSS.

However, my requirement is that the site must be editable in Contribute. I do not envision the customer making any changes to Navigation, and I don't even think they will be adding new pages, but editing content, adding photos etc.

Will this product work for me? I don't want to consider a different CMS, except Contribute.
Also, can a CSS Sculptor template, or Site Assist site be brought into Dreamweaver?

Thank you,

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