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Creating your own layout for use with Wordpress

Taking your layout created with Responsive Layout Maker and converting it for use with WordPress may sound like a complex task, but the process is quite easy. In our previous article...

Exporting Your Responsive Layout to WordPress

So now that you have your layout created with Responsive Layout Maker , you would like to get it to work with WordPress? No problem at all! Not only does Responsive Layout Maker allow create...

Creating a Footer in Responsive Layout Maker

Having a well built footer as part of your website makes it easier for your visitors to find information that may otherwise not be included in other areas of the website. Here you can include...

Adding Responsive Google Maps to Responsive Layout Maker

Google Maps™ can drive business right to your front door by providing your address, directions and landmarks for your customers to find you. In todays mobile driven world, we need...

Adding Multiple Menus to a Page

If you are wanting to add multiple menus created by Menu Builder to the same page, there are a few changes that need to be adjusted so that both menus function correctly. Note, these changes...

Build your own layout in 9 simple steps

Introduction A solid, custom, responsive layout design in 9 simple steps? Sure — just open Responsive Layout Maker and follow along! Before we start, remember that bullet-proof...

Menu Builder 1.5 fix

When adding your menu to your Responsive Layout Maker project, there may be some height and overflow rules that are being overwritten in the CSS. To correct that, you need to add a CSS...

Predefined Classes used in Responsive Layout Maker

It is always helpful to have predefined classes when designing any website. That is why both Coffeegrinder and Bootstrap 2 have included a few predefined classes that can make building your...

Grid Systems and Frameworks

  We are working on it! We have a lot of information that we want to cover here, so be patient with us as we continually update this article. How (Responsive)...

Responsive Layout Maker and Visual Site Designer

Why VSD and RLM cannot work together Visual Site Designer builds websites using "absolute positioning". This means everything has a fixed place within your page and cannot adjust based on the...

Working with Website Projects

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Chapter 7: How-to's and Resources

How-to's and Tutorials: With Responsive Layout Maker (RLM) not only can you create a wireframe/prototype, you can also export and create a responsive website from the generated files. Here...

Adding Responsive Videos to Responsive Layout Maker

We all know videos can be a very powerful tool in helping your visitors make a decision on what to buy or simply learn more on what you have to offer. Inserting these videos into Responsive...

Responsive Layout Maker Release

It’s Almost Time To Unleash The Web’s Most Anticipated App... It’s the one app for visually developing bullet-proof, production ready, layout designs that adapt to any...

How to allow text to wrap around an image in Responsive Layout Maker

The flowing of text around an image is a technique that is frequently part of a designer's arsenal. Although the process of wrapping text has changed over the years, this is easily accomplished...

How to use CSS Display Properties in Responsive Layout Maker

Display Properties are used for controlling the way elements flow within your layout. All elements have a default display depending on what type element it is. Usually this is block or inline....

Adding an Image to Your Page.

There are two different methods of adding an image to your page: Using the Insert Image window and using the Resource browser. The Insert Image window is a good choice if you want to specify image...

Incorporating a form into Access Manager

With the latest version of Website Access Manager, you can now directly connect your registration from with the software to create your own online registration form. Step 1: First we need...

Grids for bullet proof Responsive Design.

Grids Create Order and Consistentcy. Consisting of a series of rows and columns, grid based layouts convey order and consistency. They provide an organizational framework that helps to create...

Chapter 10: HTML Editor Keyboard Shortcuts

You can perform the most commonly used functions in the HTML Editor using keyboard shortcuts. Below is a complete list of all the keyboard shortcuts available in the program: File...

Chapter 8: Other Functions of the Html Editor

The HTML Editor does a few more things in a unique way that you may need some more information with. The most commonly used functions are shown here. Switching Between Open Files There...

Chapter 9: HTML Editor Frequently Asked Questions

Features, Tools, and Functionality What are the limitations of the trial version of the HTML Editor? The trial version of the HTML Editor has the same functionality as the registered...

Chapter 6: Uploading Your Website Project

When your website is ready for life on the web, you have two publishing options: FTP Account Sync with S-Drive You can access these options by going to File > Upload to...

Chapter 5: Previewing Your Work

The HTML Editor gives you a ton of different options for previewing your work. After all, it’s good web design practice to view your website in several different browsers to ensure...

Chapter 4: Tool Tutorials

We’ve covered a lot of ground so far. We looked at the editor’s main features and breezed through an in-depth quick-start guide to help get moving with the program. But...

Chapter 3: Creating a New Webpage

There are three ways to create a new page in the HTML Editor: using the Quick Start Wizard , starting from scratch, using a layout, or using a theme. Quick Links: New Blank Page...

Chapter 2: Working With Website Projects

We cannot stress enough how important Website Projects are. If used correctly, this tool can make broken links a thing of the past. You'll never see those pesky red X's instead of your...

Chapter 1: Getting to Know the HTML Editor Workspace

Here’s a quick overview of the major features of the HTML Editor’s workspace: 1. Code Editor pane Work with the raw code of your website....

HTML Editor Quick Start Guide

You want to create great websites. Totally stellar, kick-butt websites that leave people saying, “Wow, you really made that?” Consider the HTML Editor your new best friend. HTML...

How to use Push & Pull in Responsive Layout Maker

We know that you were taught that pushing and pulling were unacceptable in school, but that is only if you do it to a living being. It does not count when it is an Element in your design!...