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Hello, I've designed a fairly CSS-intensive website for a client that is using Contribute 3 to keep content up-to-date. The problem that I'm having is that when they add new content (images), they do not have the option to change its style. I can't use the workaround described previously (adding a blanket CSS image class) without recoding much of the HTML. Is there any way for my users to apply CSS styles to images? -chris...

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    Default Images and StyleSheets

    Hello,

    I've designed a fairly CSS-intensive website for a client that is using
    Contribute 3 to keep content up-to-date.

    The problem that I'm having is that when they add new content (images), they
    do not have the option to change its style.

    I can't use the workaround described previously (adding a blanket CSS image
    class) without recoding much of the HTML. Is there any way for my users to
    apply CSS styles to images?

    -chris

    CarnubaWax Guest

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    Default Re: Images and StyleSheets

    What kind of CSS properties do you want applied to images? Their aren't many
    options that I can think of.

    Unfortunately Contribute doesn't allow you to apply CSS classes directly on
    images, but there is something else you can try. Put your image in a table,
    (with border="0") then apply a CSS class to that container table cell.

    Then, slightly rewrite your CSS code to reflect it applied to a <td> and
    decend down to its child element, the <img>

    td.style img { .... }

    or

    table.class td img { .... }

    The image will get styled, but your applying the style to TD. Make sense?

    mzanime.com Guest

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    Default Re: Images and StyleSheets

    We train our clients to apply styles to images by first clicking on the
    image in the page, then going to FORMAT>STYLES and finding the appropriate
    style in the client stylesheet.

    Typically our image styles include float, border, padding, margins.



    "mzanime.com" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:d6da13$gvv$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > What kind of CSS properties do you want applied to images? Their aren't
    many
    > options that I can think of.
    >
    > Unfortunately Contribute doesn't allow you to apply CSS classes directly
    on
    > images, but there is something else you can try. Put your image in a
    table,
    > (with border="0") then apply a CSS class to that container table cell.
    >
    > Then, slightly rewrite your CSS code to reflect it applied to a <td> and
    > decend down to its child element, the <img>
    >
    > td.style img { .... }
    >
    > or
    >
    > table.class td img { .... }
    >
    > The image will get styled, but your applying the style to TD. Make sense?
    >

    gallery Guest

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