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adding more than 1 editable area to a page

Thread began 11/08/2009 9:41 pm by clickhappy392103 | Last modified 11/09/2009 7:23 am by clickhappy392103 | 904 views | 2 replies

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adding more than 1 editable area to a page

Now that I got my head around getting this set up, I have a general question. Let's say I have a page with 2 columns, 1 for textarea1, the other for textarea. I want both of those columns editable. When I go to add content....do I apply the same page name identifier to both of those just with different content area identifier's. Also, do I need to paste the lines of code above my doc type from both of those? I know I will definately need the one line in the body area for each area...it's just the "pre doc type info that I am wondering about"

so in a nut shell...if I have 1 page with 5 different editable areas
I will have 5 instances of the "body placement" code,
and 10 lines of code before my doc type

Is this correct?

Also, is there a point when you could have too many editable areas on any given page?

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