Suggestions for CSS Grid Builder - Page 2


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Hi Webmaster,

Can you please send me the source files to my dropbox. The cgb files I can look how that works

Thanks
Stephane
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Can you please send me the source files to my dropbox. The cgb files I can look how that works


Goede Dag of Goed Nacht, hoe dan ook, waar je bent!

Attached is a ZIP file with the two CGB project files. The second and third page project files for tjrdevelopment2 are not included as they are trivial and use little of the Grid stuff.

The CGB Showcase themes provided most of the information as a guide for making these project files. I learned about CGB mostly from the Learning CGB Showcase project. This project has been made into a tutorial website and is mentioned in another thread in this Forum.

I hope the attachment is sufficient for your needs.
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Registered User
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YES . I would like to see you develop the GRID for Production Projects. I have been following the dev. progress on the web & playing around (learning how to use it on dev, projects) with it prior to the CC Grid. Just getting started here ... will give feedback soon. Thanks for the APP!;)


Trial User
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would be great if we could build more pages for sites with multiple layouts!


Registered User
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Is there a way to output the grid css result and bring it into Responsive Site Designer? I tried outputting various products but could not find a way to import them into RSD.


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Jason Dickstein wrote:
Is there a way to output the grid css result and bring it into Responsive Site Designer? I tried outputting various products but could not find a way to import them into RSD.


Not really sure why you would want to do that,, but the only way would be to create a folder in your resources bit(something like "custom-css" or grid-css" then export your grid project then open the css file & then bring it into RSD your resourses custom-css folder.
The problem there would be the possibility of conflicts and other stuff that might knock RSD or your custom css for 6
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Jason Dickstein wrote:
Is there a way to output the grid css result and bring it into Responsive Site Designer? I tried outputting various products but could not find a way to import them into RSD.



I believe the paid version of CSS Grid has that ability, not sure about the latest version of the free CSS Grid Builder
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Hi Wayan
I have paid for CSS Grid and as far as i can see it is a completely different stand alone program and that said it has a similar feel to bootstrap in the tools department looks very promising for a new design tool to have in your collection
and with the paid version you get the pages option so you should be able to complete a full website .

Regards Adrian


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A simple a,b,c step tutorial to starting a new project would be nice. The existing tutorials seem to assume you already know what you are doing - which I do not. If fact if I click on new project it always opens with the ski demo instead of a blank page.


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I am Loving this ........ Really getting control of it!
Noticing: When creating a New Container that the Tree just shows it as a Container & there doesn't appear to be a way to name the container so it shows in the Tree.
Example:
Container
Container
Container
Would be nice if we could identify in the Tree.
Example:
Container Header
Container Menu
Container Main
I now we can create ID and change CSS Class like this:
<nav class="container container-8">
<a class="link-text menu-item" href="#">HOME</a>
<a class="link-text menu-item" href="#">SERVICES</a>
<a class="link-text menu-item" href="#">ABOUT US</a>
<a class="link-text menu-item" href="#">CONTACT US</a>
</nav>
<div class="container container-1">
<span class="text-element text-1">1</span>
<span class="text-element text-1">2</span>
<span class="text-element text-1">3</span>
<span class="text-element text-1">4</span>
<span class="text-element text-1">5</span>
<span class="text-element text-1">6</span>
<span class="text-element text-1">7</span>
<span class="text-element text-1">8</span>
</div>
But it does not Show in the TREE.
Can this be done?
If so .................. Please DO!

Thanks
GDEWebMan

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