RSD Export Stripping Out Formatting?...

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Robert I used responsive content slider a coffee cup app that took the place of flash a while back have attached zip file of screen shot of the created responsive image of the bid proposal other pages desired would be how ever many slides you add
I need to add that I think that this app has been incorporated into SD and is no longer needed, I used it because I had them from the past and was familiar working with it.
The responsive content slider file is linked to from a pg of your rsd project, on my site I linked to it from the competitive bid example link button.
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Instead of the Responsive Content slider you can now use the Orbit slider, which is a part of the Foundation framework. See here for a demo of two different kinds of it: Then click on 'Galleries' and look for 'Orbit slider' and 'Orbit fade'. Don't worry about it saying SD3 above the column, they work in SD 4 and 5 too.
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Inger, Norway
This site was made before we were able to create components through the app:
Component sharing for RFF, RBB, RSD and SD:
My work in progress right now:
Components for the same as above + HTML Editor:

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Yes, what Inger has said and then the images would instead be the remaking of pdf files to be centered and responsive to work on all devices.
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Thanks so much all of you. I will dive back into it and re-arrange stuff as suggested.

I have to say I am not a programmer but started with VSD years ago and built a site for my business. It was very easy and I was very happy. But then the world changed as it always does and RSD was born in response! It took me a very long time to get up to even moderate speed with CSS and HTML and RSD in and around trying to earn a living and have a life, and here I am today. Thus errors like setting the site for grid support spring from the still learning phase and trying to cover all bases. It's not an excuse for (inadvertent) sloppy code but a reason. It's a work in progress. I find web page building very interesting and fun and frustrating at times but when a site is built and works as intended, it is very satisfying and even exhilarating!

Thanks again. I'll forge ahead using your suggestions.

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