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Thread began 8/06/2009 6:39 pm by ed363534 | Last modified 8/07/2009 12:01 pm by ed363534 | 1367 views | 2 replies

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Using CSS Sculptor

Hi Although I have managed to use the add-on a few times I did so without much understanding. The add on does not create a web and Expression Web 2 (EW2) only offers its defaults.

CSS Sculptor does not give advice as to how to create a website. If you start with using CSS you get in to difficulties. So if I start with an EW2 blank one page web and THEN select from the file menu "New CSS Sculptor Page" and select what I want to include everything is fine until I get to the option to have an external CSS sheet. You cannot do this unless you have created a blank css file first and CSS sculptor does not accept the path to that file. So the user is forced to select "Embed".

I have tried creating a folder for the web first and also created a blank CSS file in that folder. But CSS Sculptor would not accept that information.

What I would like to know is how do I create a website using CSS Sculptor. One would have thought that one should be able to create a website by using CSS Sculptor straight away.

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