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Author Topic: Editing template.html to match my site. Help  (Read 2503 times)

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chrisphysics

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Editing template.html to match my site. Help
« on: March 14, 2009, 06:07:11 am »

As you'll see from the source to this site I have copied the advise of someone here to create a table in template.html to which the coppermine gallery sits. However the header bar across the top of the page isn't loading correctly. I think this is because of the way i've had to use to "css" sheets.
I realise that all the code for the site is copied from free templates and naff but still i'd be gratefull for help.

How the gallery looks;

http://www.lanebuilders.co.uk/coppermine/cpg14x/login.php

How the top at the top should look, (see it fills the whole screen.)

http://www.lanebuilders.co.uk/loadfoov2/LoadFoO/~1st-index.html.htm

I'm using the latest stable version of CPG.
Thank you in advance and yes I realise I don't know anything about html.
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Re: Editing template.html to match my site. Help
« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2009, 11:54:03 am »

Yeah, you indeed don't know anything about HTML nor CSS. You can't expect us to come up with a custom coppermine theme based on the template you have, as this would require way too many edits. For the past 20 minutes I had my go on the template LoadFoO that you try to use, but it has not been designed with content in mind that can be wider and higher than what the original designer Devit Schizoper had in mind. This being said: it's beyond the scope of this board to teach you HTML and CSS, and it's beyond the scope of what you can expect from free support to come up with a coppermine theme based on the template you provided, sorry.
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Re: Editing template.html to match my site. Help
« Reply #2 on: March 14, 2009, 03:27:36 pm »

Thanks for your efforts. I'll look into other options for the time being.
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