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Clarification on Theme-It, Upload to Server & Footer

Thread began 2/10/2011 3:37 pm by don324575 | Last modified 2/14/2011 4:17 pm by don324575 | 985 views | 3 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Originally Said By: don324575
  Q. Is your YouTube tutorial on "Theme-It" completely relevant to the Theme-It component in WA/SS or is the Theme-It in SS a "stripped down version?"  

The Theme - it included in site sculptor is exactly the same as the standalone version of Theme-it

Originally Said By: don324575
  Q. The WA/SS instructors online in SS videos keep making reference to "Upload to Server" and then later in the tutorial, "Go Live!" I would never put a client's website out on the Internet via a Web Hosting Company's Server until I had fully previewed my work in Dreamweaver's Previewing mode for both Firefox and Internet Explorer. Therefore, is your Wizard's "Upload to Server" step really a mis-statement?  

Different people have different work flows. some people manage a local testing server, others use a sub domain of the remote site as a testing server. Those instructions are in place to make sure that the files are on the testing server before you try to preview.

Originally Said By: don324575
  Q. For one client, leaning heavily to your SS "Simple" Template. Is your wording of "Resource List" another way of stating "Site Footer" details? Or how do I make the Site Footer horizontal script -- with or without hyperlinks -- part of the Simple Template?  

The Resource list is part of the Club - Agency site type. it is inteded as a list of respources for the Club or Agency.

the footer is already a part of the simple design, any pages under the Footer Pages section will be included as links int he page footer.

Originally Said By: don324575
  Q. Related question: Your Wizard shows "Sitemap." I liked the Sitemaps I got out of Site Assist. Will WA/SS's Sitemap give me the same hierarchal structure to all of the navigational buttons and any pages falling under a specific nav button?  

Yes, the site sculptor sitemap will have the same hierarchical structure

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