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Banner Template with Sidebar Widget - new question

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jordana_che

It's been recommended that I repost: new questions have arised from this last post (http://www.pagelines.com/forum/topic/10871?replies=3#post-59715) which gave formatting for individual pages with the banner and sidebar. do you have solutions for the following? I am going to use the banner formatting on a great deal of pages; is there a better fix that will make it so I don't have to go in to the custom css and add each new page? If that's with the section.php is there a good tutorial on that that would make it really clear for someone like me (so so on the coding?). Also, I'd like a solution for BOXES as well. It's been alluded to on the forum but I can't find the coding there as well. Thank you so much for your quick responses! Nancy

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catrina

I can't think of any other way other than the custom CSS unless there is a more advanced customization that could be done. The same concept could be used with Boxes (looking up the page IDs, using the right CSS selector, and customizing the style).


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jordana_che

Thanks...that's working for now....I just replaced #banners with #boxes and it works. Adjusted the sidebar again and it's working. Please advise if a more universal solution comes up so I don't have to add each page to the custom css. Thanks!

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