Deleting certain elements.

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Hello All.

Just a quick question really.

Just got a project which requires a shop. So I have SCCpro + SCDpro for the job. But how do I delete certain elements? The head in the shop isn't required...but I can't get rid of it. I have removed everything that I can but I can't remove the text or the element. Am I missing something obvious?

Simon
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SCCP and SCDP don't work like that. Their what I would call canned applications where you can't freely edit the sub structure. You can alter the the theme with an outside editor. Take a look at my shop for anything you might want to try to add to your shop.
http://progrower.coffeecup.com/shop/

To alter your
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You should easily be able to remove the text of the Head area by checking the box for that setting in the SCDP program to not show it. Adjust it size wize if you need to remove the area completely, you "should" be able to mimic not having that area fairly closely. Another trick would be to use a very small transparent image for that spot (or color it the background color) and set it up so it doesn't size it for you but that it keeps the original image size. That might shrink that area to the image, I can't remember if it does that or just puts the image in a predesigned size or not. anyways you should be able to adjust that as needed using SCDP.
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Thanks guys. Managed to sort it out. This is just another big learning curve I have :D
Simon,
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