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How to use Framework Theme with eCart 5

Thread began 4/22/2013 4:05 pm by rod431909 | Last modified 6/26/2013 12:31 pm by rod431909 | 655 views | 4 replies |

rod431909

How to use Framework Theme with eCart 5

I have already built a cart page using a theme. When I run the wizard it only shows my Dreamweaver templates and no themes. When I run the wizard there are tons of pop up errors all saying "The template that this document is based on does not allow changes outside the <html> tag. The changes you made will be discarded". Although there is a region set for the body (which I select). So do I run the wizard with no template then apply the theme to each page or what? Thanks in advance

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Run the Checkout wizard with no template. Then apply the template by going to Modify -> Templates -> Apply Template to page. If you like you can also convert the template to a Framweeork builder theme.


see the "Using themes in Data Bridge and Design Extender" tutorial for more details:
http://www.webassist.com/community/tutorials/view_tutorial.php?tid=14

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rod431909

I've recently run into a similar problem. I ran the security assist to build log-in and registration pages. When they were done I wanted to apply a theme. It told me to apply a template first. When I do that it warns that ""The template that this document is based on does not allow changes outside the <html> tag. The changes you made will be discarded" I resolve the regions to the head and body, and most of the code disappears. Is the only thing I can do is to copy the code out from the page before applying the template then paste it into the page after applying the theme? Seems kind of cumbersome.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Another option is to use Plugins.

create a new page that uses the template and convert to a theme.

then use plugins (WebAssist -> Framwework Builder -> Plug-in -> Insert Plugin) to add the security assist page as a plugin to the new page.

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rod431909

Thanks Jason.

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