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Old Apr 16, 2009, 09:19 AM
hotknife
 
4 posts · Apr 2009
Page Layout and templates

I'm wondering how people go about defining layouts of their various pages within a site when you go to add a new page. I thought I'd be able to define various layouts which I could choose from. Rather like a template in Dreamweaver.

What I mean is - say I have 12 pages with a very similiar theme/layout that I would like to populate with content. Can I define a template with, for example a body of text with four images underneath, that can be selected by the user and the text and images be filled on a page by page basis.
Do people just do a html template and paste it into each new page or what.

I have been struggling to just align images in a block of 4 and wondered how people do this.
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