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Hi Drew, *,

On Fri, Jun 24, 2011 at 5:26 PM, drew <> wrote:
On Fri, 2011-06-24 at 17:04 +0200, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
On Fri, Jun 24, 2011 at 4:37 PM, webmaster for Kracked Press
Productions <> wrote:


I found the part of the CSS that causes the right side of the page to  be
 Why this "hidden"option is needed.

a) You *must not* use <div id="Layout"> in your html, there is already
one div with that ID as part of the default layout, and you cannot
have two elements with the same ID in html, this is not valid. Same
for the other divs you did duplicate (BgContainer, Container, the
b) And you have an additional div class="typography", this again is
autogenerated, and is set to the full width of the page. When you have
additional elements on the left, then it doesn't fit anymore.

So the problem is you're "misusing" predefined/special css styles and
have hard formatting in your html.

Well, when the original HTML files where made they weren't in the CMS
system so there was no misuse of anything, per so.

Well, let me be more clear: what is stored in the CMS is not the
complete body, as this would make it impossible to create the
navigation dynamic, to have a common header, footer, etc.
What is stored in the CMS is the "real" content only. But what was
added in your sample was the complete body, duplicateing the header
and whatnot.

It's pretty clear from the structure, that a page that was created by
the CMS was taken as a "template", but you just did copy too much.
For the default page type, only what is wihin the <div
class="typography"> is part of the CMS (minus the header (<h2>)that is
also taken from the page automatically)


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