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I'm having the same issue here. Its a how stopper for us if we can't get this resolved as we just redesigned our templates to take full advantage of CSS....

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    I'm having the same issue here. Its a how stopper for us if we can't get this resolved as we just redesigned our templates to take full advantage of CSS.
    ejpedersen Guest

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    Would defining some paragraph tag classes fix the problem?
    LDudd Guest

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    For my example, that won't work. The floated div allows the text to properly
    float around the image (and also, the css properties of the div allow for a
    drop shadow on the image), so just styling a p tag and putting the image inside
    doesn't work.

    Also, that was just one example. There are many other instances when you may
    want to add a div (either a class or id) to the page.

    tcervo Guest

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    ah okay I see the problem,

    CT is powerful but not so powerful, CT3 does allow you to open pages in
    external applications (which i dont like imho) which is possibly one way to go.

    Another idea sounds a bit large, but how about having predefined templates
    with the divisions containing editable regions already set up?

    sounds like a lot of work, but may be the only way that you end up getting the
    different looks you are after without having to teach all your end users HTML.

    LDudd Guest

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    Default Re: Adding new div's on a page

    I think a better solution would be for the next update of CT to include the
    ability to add snippets to shared assets. Adding library items is ok, but
    doesn't allow for adding editable items. For example, if I could create a
    snippet for my floated images with drop shadow:

    <div class="img-dec"><img src="/images/example.gif" height="100" width="100"
    alt="Temp Image" /></div>

    Then, the user can just drop the snippet onto the page, double click the temp
    image, then point to whatever image they want to use. Problem solved. Snippets
    could solve tons of problems, imo.

    tcervo Guest

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