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Site Sculptor - no navigation added??

Thread began 8/08/2010 7:51 am by info410467 | Last modified 8/11/2010 10:21 am by info410467 | 956 views | 4 replies

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Editable Region Tags

When inserting editable regions, should the editable region tags be inside the DIV container or outside the DIV tags (see below)? While running Site Sculptor (SS), I used two custom templates; one for the home page and the second for the sub pages. The sub page template was originally built from the first template (minus a few DIVs). After SS built the pages, the horizontal nav on the home page was pushed all the way to the left overflowing the outer container while the horizontal nav on all the sub pages was correctly positioned within the menu container (no overflow). When I compared the code view on both the index.php and one of the sub pages, the horizontal nav on the home page only displayed the CSSMenuWriter code for the Nav and was missing its opening and closing DIV tags to the menu container. The sub pages rendered just fine with the opening and closing DIV tags surrounding the CSSMenuWriter code. Do I need to just use one custom template for both the main and sub pages when running site sculptor?

Inside example:

<div id="MainMenu" class="grid_12"><!-- TemplateBeginEditable name="MainMenu" -->Menu Content<!-- TemplateEndEditable --></div>

OR

Outside...

<!-- TemplateBeginEditable name="MainMenu" -->
<div id="MainMenu" class="grid_12"></div>
<!-- TemplateEndEditable -->

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