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Thread began 12/09/2010 5:19 am by clive.henderson222953 | Last modified 12/27/2010 8:37 am by clive.henderson222953 | 1561 views | 7 replies

Jenny I

Hi Jason

I am having a similar problem but I believe it is because I simply do not know how to use this product.

I don't know much about php or includes but I will run the steps I have taken through with you to help identify where I have gone wrong.

1. I have created my index.html page (well really it is a purchased template). I have identified areas which need to be plugins i.e image slider, tabbed panel (for news content) and navigation.
I have also identified the include areas i.e. header, footer, background sidebar.

2. I cut the code (ajax, html and javascript) for each plugin componant from the index.html page and created individual pages for them. So now I have a .php page for my slider, tabbed panels and navigation. Each page includes the relavent links to css, jquery library and javascript code.

3. So back to my index.html i still have the areas I want to use as includes on the page. I convert my page to DWT.

4. This is where I am stumped. Do I need to define editable regions or do I run the framework builder theme wizard straight away? If so how does framework builder no which areas i want as includes and how to divide the page?

When I defined editable regions for main content and sidebar and ran the wizard I came up with a blank page.

I really just need some direction in understanding this. Please if anybody knows how to use this extension any help would be much appreciated.

Kind Regards

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