Originally Posted by juggledad
a <th>defines a header cell and you are using it as a data cell. Who knows what it might do eventually. You need to be careful using something like DreamWeaver to create something and then just dropping it in to a pose. You should see what happens if you just do a copy/paste from a styled Word document - disaster
also if you have
that doesn't equate to a CSS 'text-align:center' you need to use 'margin-left:auto; margin-right:auto'.
one other thing, if I click on one of the design's I get a small image. you should set it up so I can see a large version of the image, after all, if I'm looking at one of your designs, I actually want to be able to see it.
I have hit a wall and don't know where to turn next.
I don't have several months to learn how to do the next step, and it seems it should be easy. I am trying to create one "style" that can be used on a whole series of "fact sheet" pages (http://www.strategiclearning.com/wor...person-series/
) to look like the first page
of their PDF cousins (http://strategiclearning.com/FactShe...SP20110303.pdf
) (without the Headers and Footers on the PDF) which are generated in MS Word. I have experienced the "Disaster" of trying paste MS Word via the ATO interface. I even tried saving the MSWord document as CSS/HTML and pasting that into ATO - more ugliness. I've deleted those attempts since they don't work. Here's a sample of the CSS output by MS Word - if you are interested:
/* Style Definitions */
p.MsoNormal, li.MsoNormal, div.MsoNormal
p.MsoHeader, li.MsoHeader, div.MsoHeader
p.MsoFooter, li.MsoFooter, div.MsoFooter
p.MsoAcetate, li.MsoAcetate, div.MsoAcetate
p.FSBorder, li.FSBorder, div.FSBorder
p.FSNorm, li.FSNorm, div.FSNorm
p.FSBody, li.FSBody, div.FSBody
It seems there should be a way to create a template that would accept output from MS Word and display the HTML with "Styles" that are nearly identical to those in the MS Word document. I have dozens of MS Word Documents that I'd like to make into pages and messing with the text from each one individually to make it look right would be a pain. I really only need seven or eight different paragraph styles, plus one table style. I know I am pretty sure I can get MSWord to put tags around paragraphs with different styling, so I think I could quickly output a plain text document with all the proper tags - if there was a way WordPress to then make them display properly.
So far, the web is not revealing its secrets to me, even after six hours of searching.
If there isn't a way of learning the basics of creating a style sheeet that could be used within ATO just for "Fact Sheet" pages in a couple of days, how do you suggest I proceed? I guess I could just use the page title as a link that goes to a PDF, but I'd prefer to have the text be searchable (I know I don't have a search Widget set up right now, but that's easy with ATO).
Besides, "Here's another idiot who probably also thinks its easy to perform brain surgery." what are your reactions, thoughts, recommendations about my achieving my objective?