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Totally lost with HTML editor

Thread began 2/05/2010 1:02 am by jcav26033 | Last modified 2/07/2010 2:36 am by jcav26033 | 1724 views | 13 replies


Originally Said By: Office Guy-172461
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Office Guy, thanks, I have PowerCMS installed, and working. I comprehend how it works. The problem is that the client can't apply the styles from their website's style sheet since the PowerCMS editor shows only the default styles in the editor's drop-down menu.

I want them to be able to choose the correct styles from the website's CSS style sheets, not use the fontface and fontsize and "Normal" styles that are in the HTMLEditor as it runs under PowerCMS. Isn't there an easy way to have the website's CSS styles populate HTMLEditor's drop-downs?

This is more and more sounding like a PowerCMS issue and maybe this is the wrong forum but it does involve both products.


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