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Thread began 7/01/2009 1:03 pm by RobertB | Last modified 8/26/2009 12:27 pm by RobertB | 4177 views | 7 replies


adding borders

this is a question I've had using Sculptor. Say I create a 2 column format. I always think there should be a way to add a border to the content area below the header and above the footer, but since these two columns are not equal in height, I can't just add borders to either column either, and there's no easy way to create faux columns either (speaking of CSS Sculptor 1.0). I assume there must be an easy way to add a bg image to create a faux column but it isn't made clear in the structures I've built on Sculptor. Has that changed in 2.0 by the way? And what is the best method to add a border to the area specifically above the footer and below the header?

Thank you.

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