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Thread began 6/30/2010 2:37 am by valeraal407759 | Last modified 7/04/2010 5:05 pm by Lon Winters | 787 views | 2 replies |

valeraal407759

Workflows, examples, documentation

I like the flexibility and simplicity of Site Sculptor. I've read the documentation and reviewed the Webassit youtube video but I still need more info. Can you point me to documents, examples, webcasts, etc to help me answer the following:

1. What is the workflow for using css sculptor, css menu writer, and site sculptor?
2. Is it best to use a css sculptor template or a dwt template for site sculptor? Benefits, limitations of each?
3. How can I have more than the three editable regions called for in site sculptor using a css sculptor template, dwt?

Many thanks,
Albert

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Justin Nemeth

1. You can use Site Sculptor by itself if you are happy with the presets it already has. To have more control, you can make your own presets based on either a CSS Sculptor preset or a DWT plus a menu writer menu.

So, the workflow for your own custom one would be to create a CSS Sculptor and CSS Menu Writer preset first and save them. Then add a new site design to Site Sculptor and you will be able to choose from your saved presets from those other products. This works the same if you want to use a DWT. Just make sure you have the DWT in your selected DW site and it will show up as a selectable in the site design add wizard.

2. A DWT will give you more flexibility while a CSS Sculptor preset will give you more structure. A DWT will allow you to do whatever you want basically, while CSS Sculptor is a little more strict since you have to use that product to do what you want.

3. For CSS Sculptor, you can't have any more regions. For a DWT, any additional regions besides the menu, footer, and content will automatically be added as CMS regions.

-justin

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Lon WintersBeta Tester

Good, info, this was the first question that came to mind, already answered!

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