[ic] Are there any Simple Templates??
Mon, 4 Dec 2000 21:32:03 -0500
Do you have the v4.6 admin interface up?
If so try going into the content section, and bringing up the various pages, and
set them to "Page with top/bottom areas only, content in the middle." You might
try Page with top/left areas, and then specify none for Horizontal before and
after Content. You can avoid hacking any of the templates using this methodology.
Having done this to all of the pages that you wish to use you will have a plain
Then play with Cybercash, and have fun...
"Michael H. Collins" wrote:
> Ain't it the truth. I just asked about "simple" site in the docs. I
> am really having a hard time dealing with the interface. It is probably
> too simple for me to figgure out. I think it is getting clearer looking
> at the construct site with lynx.
> What is this cybercash of which you speak.
> Onward through the fog.
> root wrote:
> > I've been buggering with the default template all day, but it's going to
> > take alot of customization just to make it simple which doesn't make
> > alot of sense.
> > All I need is a very simple shopping cart with about 10-20 items. I
> > don't need advertising or even shipping. All I need is for them to
> > click on the item (I only need 3 catagories), click checkout, talk to
> > cybercash then re-direct them to a certian page. I'm having a really
> > hard time getting rid of all the stuff I don't want or need.
> > If any of you have a very simple template that I can use, or have any
> > suggestions for quickly getting rid of all the extra stuff I'd
> > appreciate it.
> > Thanks
> > Keith
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