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Thread began 11/21/2009 7:18 pm by ron.haysbert231945 | Last modified 11/22/2009 9:59 pm by ron.haysbert231945 | 1381 views | 8 replies

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Thanks! It is a work in progress, but I am happy with it so far. Also - I've had SOME problems with using a template - I found that it is easier to do a blank page based on the template and then detach THAT page from the template and use it to create new pages. I have not figured out the cause problem since my first page was based on a template and did not have the problem (my problem was the text from the CMS would not display on a new page based on the same template) - could be something that I am doing. Doing a mixture of static and CMS pages should not cause a problem . Having the first two line of inserted code on a static page should not cause a problem either. Once your pages are in the CMS, it is so easy to edit and make changes without worrrying about formatting issues and so on. Just do them at your own speed and you won't have any problems.......and you can ask questions as needed.

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