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Stylesheet dropdown

Thread began 6/16/2009 10:31 pm by sales189614 | Last modified 6/18/2009 12:20 pm by sales189614 | 4616 views | 28 replies

sales189614

Oh man, now you really lost me. I didn't change any js files. I just added it through Dreamweaver and it asked me to define a stylesheet when adding it. I didn't go into anything else. When you say I can add it manually using that syntax, then I click the link and look at the syntax, I am sooooooo lost! Am I going to have to so this for every site I put this on? All I want to do is add a stylesheet dropdown that recognizes the stylesheet in the css directory of a site, and not have to program something every time. I think I may be screwed huh? Man! I don't know how to add it to the editor permanently. That link is telling me about adding the styles, but I don't think it's what I need.

Then on top of it all, I finally figure out how to get content added to the pages of a site. So I test it on a page (archive.php) and the text is all messed up within the tables that are defines, it looks horrible. I think I may have made a BIG mistake buying this thinking I could use it for my clients to make small changes themselves?

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