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Adam East... if that is your real name...:P I knew an adam once... different last name... west i think it was...anywho...

what RLM element would you suggest, Im interested in building the page dynamically... iframes seemed to be the way to go... and I have often used antiquated equipment, ie a real film camera, with great success...

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Just my 2 cents ... If you're in a pinch ( because it is more work in the long run ) build your web site any way you know how. If it works, don't 'fix it'! There is a learning curve to all this. If you have the time, learn. It's always better to do it right the first time. If you don't have the time, then get it working. Make your improvements when you create your web site v2.0! Just my 2 cents . . .:P
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#rogerThat

Adam used one of our buzz words... SEO... and I have already encountered issues with CSS not cascading correctly... Owner of the website has stated site must be SEO optimized...
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Based on our research into google web crawlers iframes will not dilute SEO.
If this turns out to be untrue, we will follow up here...
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Iframes are treated as inline elements for the page you are visiting however they should be used sparingly. As Gunsmoke stated it is better to get something up rather than nothing. However if this is Site2.0 then it should be done correctly. Many designers use different components to build their websites and really is up to the designer. We can only suggest. We can not force something on you. :P

You can read more about it here http://www.coffeecup.com/help/articles/ … rames-bad/
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Yes, that is what I am asking for. What coffeeCup element would coffeeCup use to build a page dynamically? or is that not a valid question? <-real question.
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Yes, that is what I am asking for. What coffeeCup element would coffeeCup use to build a page dynamically? or is that not a valid question? <-real question.


There is no element in RLM for Iframes. Personally when I add an iframe to a layout I normally add an image in the location where I want the iframe to appear. Then once I export my project I would delete the image code and add the iframe code in its place.

You can use any element you wish though as it will be treated as a placeholder only.

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iframes it is..

#GTG
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pssst adam... you should crop a little off the top of your avatar... #my2cents
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Good luck. :)

I like it as it is, but thanks for the suggestion.

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