Difference between revisions of "CSS Template VS Web Content"

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When asking SchemeServe for assistance in designing your own portal, it is important to understand the different between a CSS Template and the actual web content you're showing. In it's purest form, the template is the general look of the site, consistent across all pages and often with static elements at the top and bottom of the page - all of this is accessed through the ADMIN > WEBSITE > CUSTOM CSS section of your portal and is written in CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) language.

The Web Content is the text and graphics that changes between the tabs you select, such as your staff profiles on your ABOUT US page or your marketing introduction on your HOME page - these would still be displayed with elements of the template sat around them defining how they look. The Web Content can be accessed through the ADMIN > WEBSITE > PAGES section on your portal and is written in HTML language.