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Page Types for Site Sculptor

Thread began 9/13/2011 10:03 am by accounts429371 | Last modified 9/14/2011 12:29 pm by accounts429371 | 710 views | 1 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Page types in Site Sculptor are pre defined layouts with custom place holder content.

The differences between the page types is purely cosmetic.

The best way to find out what the differences are between the page types is to preview them and see them in the browser.

  Also when I want to customize the page properties of a site sculptor site then it tells me how that the page is locked by a template manager...how do I get rid of this.  



can you give some more details on what you are doing when you get this message, what exactly are you trying to change?


the page types created by site sculptor are determined by your site settings.

In the Dreamweaver site definition, set the Server Model for the testing server to PHP / MySQL and have a PHP page open from your site before starting the wizard, and it will create PHP pages.

I'm not familiar with Adobe Lightroom, but adding a gallery from lightroom to a Site Sculptor page would be the same as adding it to any other web page.

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