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Old 12-11-2005, 09:59 AM   #1
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Okay, Ian (and anyone else who knows). I am tearing my hair out trying to set up this dratted thing. You can look at the mess I have made.

Here is what I know I cannot figure out how to do:
  • Delete date and author name at top of an entry (must be in the Default, but haven’t found it).
  • Replace the links at left with my own (I know it has to do with those dratted popups but I cannot figure out which one nor how to enter the data as most are simply blank screens).
  • Use my own HTML code (I know I can fix the list item and other details with CSS changes, but not how to fix the <h2> at the top — unless I just leave the header blank and start in the main message window).
  • Delete the ornamental rule at the bottom (I can’t find it in the content page default).
What this frustrating exercise demonstrates most clearly to me is that all I really want is something that helps me organize my site. I can make pages just fine.

   
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