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:confused; I have built a site using standard XHTML 1.0 Transitional practices and one of my div layers (footer) is positioned absolutely to the bottom of the screen. When editing any page in Contribute that div floats over content in the editor and covers part of the page making edits impossible! I read a tooltip about using ASP code to include your css like so: <% Dim cssFile cssFile="footer.css" Response.Write "<link href='./css/" & cssFile & "' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'/>" %> Supposedly the Contribute editor will not read in the style sheet because it does not run the ASP code. At one ...

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    Default Contribute Driving me Crazy!... Help!

    :confused;

    I have built a site using standard XHTML 1.0 Transitional practices and one of
    my div layers (footer) is positioned absolutely to the bottom of the screen.
    When editing any page in Contribute that div floats over content in the editor
    and covers part of the page making edits impossible! I read a tooltip about
    using ASP code to include your css like so:

    <%
    Dim cssFile
    cssFile="footer.css"
    Response.Write "<link href='./css/" & cssFile & "' rel='stylesheet'
    type='text/css'/>"
    %>

    Supposedly the Contribute editor will not read in the style sheet because it
    does not run the ASP code. At one time I thought I had that working, but when
    I go into edit mode I still see my footer! Can anyone give me some quick
    advise? Are there any CSS tricks to making a div disappear inside the
    Contribute editor that I am unaware of?

    Thanks much!

    Charles

    TDHCharles Guest

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    Default Re: Contribute Driving me Crazy!... Help!

    Does anyone know the answer to this question? I'm just trying to make a style be hidden when editing a page in contribute. In other words, I want to turn off a div.

    Charles
    TDHCharles Guest

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    Default Re: Contribute Driving me Crazy!... Help!

    I don't know asp, but in cold fusion we were able to have things not show up in
    edit mode by having them in an include file that was called with an absolute
    link, like this:

    <cfinclude template="/11k/scripts/inc-footer.cfm" />

    abna Guest

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