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Using the Sucasa designs

Thread began 8/26/2009 6:44 am by robp295024 | Last modified 9/01/2009 8:13 pm by robp295024 | 1425 views | 5 replies


Using the Sucasa designs

I am almost afraid to post this, as I fear it may come under the "bleedin' obvious" category; but here goes:

I purchased some designs (layout not full sites) from Sucasa - specifically Midnight and Middle Earth.

Using Sculptor 2.04, Dreamweaver CS4,

I can open the (previously imported) designs in File; New Css Sculptor Page and select either in Layout and produce a page that has one or elements of the design - but not much else besides. Basically the core Div's.
Now there are some Photoshop and one Fireworks graphics files included, which essentially display the design I looked at in Sucasa.

Why does the page created in Sculptor, not have any graphical elements included?

I purchased and watched (twice) Mark's great CSS Design starter tutorials; so am wondering if I need to go through the rather lengthy process of all those slices and dices he does in the videos?


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