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chll Oct 7, 2011 02:16 PM

Ease of altering Css layout
 
Hello,

Im interested in purchasing this software but I would like to know the following if possible..

I would like to have total control over the layout of my custom theme via the program eg.

If I wish to have a 3 column theme with a header BUT one sidebar goes from the top of the page to the bottom ie also to side of header( so header would be above column1 & 2 )

would this be possible or is it only a set number of grid/css layouts available?

Flynn Oct 7, 2011 04:58 PM

At present you would have to do this manually. Themes created with ThemeFrame are lightweight though so this shouldn't be too hard

What you can do inside TF is:

HEADER
CONTENT
FOOTER

CONTENT can have 0-3 sidebar on the left and 0-3 sidebars on the right.

You can create multiple variations of this, but there is no "sidebar crossing the header" feature.

You're the second person asking this today though. I plan to make the layout options more flexible. One feature that will come for sure (in RC4, we're at RC3-c now) are "horizontal sections full width backgrounds, but width-limited content"

KatyDigg Oct 14, 2011 08:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Flynn (Post 73515)

You're the second person asking this today though. I plan to make the layout options more flexible.

One feature that will come for sure (in RC4, we're at RC3-c now) are "horizontal sections full width backgrounds, but width-limited content"

Would very much appreciate "horizontal sections full width backgrounds, but width-limited content"

Thanks in advance, Flynn

Jam Oct 14, 2011 07:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by KatyDigg (Post 73864)
Would very much appreciate "horizontal sections full width backgrounds, but width-limited content"

Thanks in advance, Flynn

+1 :p ...............


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