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site sculpture footer problem

Thread began 7/24/2010 12:47 pm by kcksk41528 | Last modified 7/26/2010 10:38 am by Eric Mittman | 1095 views | 1 replies |


site sculpture footer problem

I have been searching the message boards for an answer but I cannot seem to finds it.
Here is my problem - I created a template in Dreamweaver CS3 and created my CMS site.

I noticed that even though I created a footer region, I cannot edit content into this editable region or reduce the size of the links inserted in this region by sitesculpture.
How do I adjust the menu options in the footer to be smaller?
Also when I select the link to external site - nothing happens.

Here is the URL to see what I have.
the temporary username and password are savings

I looked through my server files generated by site sculpture but I really don't know which css file it is I am suppose to be looking far and what field.

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Eric Mittman

You can adjust the size of the contact link or any other link at the bottom of the page by adding some inline styling so that the link looks like this:

<a href="contact0.php" style="font-size: 12px;">Contact</a>

You could also put a div tag around this and specify your own style for the div that you create. As for the external link you should be able to select a page and change the type to an external link, when you do a dialog should appear that allows you to enter the URL of the external page you would like to link to. I'm including a screen shot of what this interface looks like. Pleaser describe exactly what happens when you try to apply an external link.

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