[ic] pages subdivisions

Steve & Patti Getzinger steveandpatti@wubs.org
Mon, 25 Sep 2000 05:35:04 -0500

  I am not one of the originators but when it comes to altering/building a new
page for use with MV / IC  I do it by hand in a text editor. Text editor of
choice for such tasks? Depends on the operating system I happen to be using at
the moment. Think of your pages as 5 pieces; head, foot, left, right & main
area. You can then further split each section as desired. Look at the code and
write your alterations accordingly. If I am altering the leftside I name my orig
file leftside.orig and leave it on the server. This makes it easy to revert to
my last leftside should I need it. You can always revert back to a virgin
leftside by cp from the install base directory. Something that helps when my
head gets clouded trying to mentally keep track with what I am doing is to
sketch the layout on a piece of paper split into the blocks I will be building
along with sub blocks. Hope that helps a bit


Valerio Santinelli wrote:

> Hi!
> I was wondering what html editor you used to build up the pages in the
> examples since if you work on any of them in an html editor like dreamweaver
> and similar they get all messed up because there are tables opened in the
> file with the top part and closed in another file with the bottom part.
> What method did the implementors used ? Have they done a single page and
> then splitted it up into several pieces or what ?
> Anybody has got any ideas ?
> Valerio Santinelli
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