Is there a way inside of SD to add the position, shape, or size options to the css property of gradients? I think I need to create my own custom css sheet to do this but I'm not sure. Any help would be appreciated.
I know about those settings. I made a huge mistake of reading the css documentation and then found way too many sites that help with the css, but we can't add any css inside of SD if I'm understanding that right.
Could a component be made to be able to add different styles of gradients? I've never used or learned how the CC components work. Can they also store related JS files? You are the Queen of Components, that's for sure!
Can I create a SD component from outside code? Say for example I create a html, css, and a .js files. Is there a way to import that so it can be selected and then turned into a component? So much to learn!
Wishing you happy thoughts while at the hospital and hopefully the recover time will be short.
Site designer does have limitations regarding CSS styling such as shapes, and other various advanced CSS properties. However, you're able to reference style sheets from your resources.
Inside page manager create the dependency; between your custom css and the page you're working on.
Assign the appropriate RSD elements the class names from the custom css file.
a small snip that applies a shape
If you properly reference all appropriate files from resources into the page. You can create entire websites without having to add a single element (besides an HTML element).
Further more if you place your code into the appropriate location in the export directory, they will not get uploaded? I this is the case, I thank you in advance for the issues.
You can use php code in html elements within SD if you site is setup to parse php within html.
As far as php pages you can't use them directly but what I do if I need a php page I name it mypagename.php and SD will name it mypagename.php.html on export. This way all I need to do is remove the .html from the name and I'm good to go.
This doesn't apply to S-Dive sites. There you can't do any php or php hacks.
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.
This is a site I built for my work.(RSD)
This is a site I built for use in my job.(HTML Editor)
This is my personal site used for testing and as an easy way to share photos.(RLM imported to RSD)
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