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Defining content areas in your custom site design

Thread began 6/03/2010 10:42 am by Gabriel Tiviroli | Last modified 6/04/2010 12:06 pm by Gabriel Tiviroli | 992 views | 3 replies

Neil Beadle

Defining CMS content areas in your template


Site Sculptor will create content areas in the CMS for every editable region in your Dreamweaver template.

All you need to do is open your template in Dreamweaver and add the additional editable regions where you want to manage content in the CMS.

This is covered at the beginning of this tutorial:

One note...the navigation and the footer editable regions are used for Site Sculptor to insert your menu and footer links, so those do not get added to the CMS.


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