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Pre-Set Layouts without Lines

Thread began 8/09/2009 4:29 pm by annonreg366474 | Last modified 8/10/2009 10:29 am by Justin Nemeth | 2685 views | 2 replies |


Pre-Set Layouts without Lines

I've successfully set up my EW2 webpage using CSS Sculptor. My last issue is that I do not want a line separating the various boxes (e.g. between content and footer, or between a column and the main content. Is it possible to hide those lines?


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Pre-Set Layouts without Lines

All you have to delete is delete the border style which is part of the style rule for that section.

Pat Geary
MS MVP Expression Web

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Justin Nemeth

Pat is correct. On the Design tab in the wizard, select your component (i.e. your leftColumn) then unset the properties for the border.

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