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Custom vs. DataAssist Templates

Thread began 7/09/2009 11:46 am by Kevin373660 | Last modified 7/10/2009 11:02 am by Kevin373660 | 1151 views | 4 replies


Custom vs. DataAssist Templates

I about to start building a dynamic online store product catalog using DataAssist. I want to keep the look of the site consistant. Setting up my other pages with DataAssist I have made sure that I have editable regions and the div/css but the structure is fairly simple.

Looking over the sample dynamic site templates the divs and css are well designed to allow full access to many options that I would want to include, should I copy their nameing conventions, structure and settings over to my custom template or will DataAssist wizard create all/some of these?

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