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Proper Procedures

Thread began 3/04/2011 11:47 am by elevy388997 | Last modified 3/07/2011 10:20 am by Ray Borduin | 788 views | 2 replies |

elevy388997Beta Tester

Proper Procedures

Hello,

I purchased the CMS builder and need some more guidance than just making a page and adding to content area. What is the proper way about dealing with templates? Do I create the whole site, then apply the content areas and upload? Do I make one page, duplicate it and change the titles and such?

I have proper connections to mySQL databases and such, it is just the correct way about making the site that I am confused about. So far I have my index (home) page created and saved as a CSS Sculptor page. Do I put the menu, logo, footer in this and make it a template, then use it to make the other pages and apply the CMS builder to each page? I have the solution suite so if i should use something special, let me know.

Hope this makes sense, thanks!

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YellowCircleWeb

I agree completely, come on WA, let's have either some proper documentation about this or better yet some video tutorials.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes, you would put the menu, logo, footer in this and make it a template, then use it to make the other pages and apply the CMS builder to each page.

If you used the cms builder on the template, then each page would share the same content.

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