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Thread began 6/24/2010 2:11 pm by mjlowery2010409736 | Last modified 7/01/2010 10:41 am by mjlowery2010409736 | 1334 views | 5 replies



The file that I am trying to configure is the index.php file. It looks like this file contains the different fragments of php code that is found on the homepage. When I open it with dreamweaver, there is a "Source Code" bar along the top that lists the different files in which index.php is incorporated in....I think....I am looking at common.css, home.css, menu.css etc. Are these the files I need to change to customize the background coloring for my website? If so, how do I upload these changes to the local server so that I can see the changes I am making.

Thanks for all the help,


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