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Is CSS Sculptors able to export to WordPress or Joomla Themes?

Thread began 7/28/2010 10:15 pm by Lon Winters | Last modified 7/30/2010 6:09 pm by Eric Mittman | 707 views | 3 replies |

Lon WintersBeta Tester

Is CSS Sculptors able to export to WordPress or Joomla Themes?

The problem is I'm looking to build a site that will contain an integrated blog, although the blog will not be the main focus of the site.

Using Wordpress or Joomla is one possible solution, as long as I can customize then, and I don't really want the hassle of learning all that. If I can design with a webassist tool, then I may consider it.

Ideally, I'd like to create the whole site with the tools here, including a shopping cart and CMS, and integrate Wordpress so that it seamlessy fits into the site along with it's own backend for blog posting, commenting and syndication, including podcasts.

Any ideas?

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Eric Mittman

When you use CSS Sculptor you will get a site that is based on standard DWT template files, images, and css. If you can apply templates to your blog that you setup then you should be able to do all that you have described. If you are not able to style your blog with a template or traditional css and html then you will not be able to use CSS Sculptor with it.

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Lon WintersBeta Tester

From what I've seen in WordPress Themes for example, they follow standard CSS rules, but I think they follow a set structure. I'm just not sure how different this structure is from Sculptor output, or how much tweaking would be needed to make it a "Wordpress-ready_ theme.

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Eric Mittman

If the WordPress needs a specially formatted template then you will need to update the SiteSculptor template to meet the requirements of WordPress. The Site Sculptor templates do not have any particular predefined format to them, they are basically regular html pages that are made into template files.

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