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Wed, 21 Oct 2020 06:42:27 GMT
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It is therefore unfortunate (and unclear to the beginner) why the layout of your web page is so strange. That doesn't do justice to the Sitepad program. It has been a long time ago for me that I ran into the problem that Microsof defined a layout almost per line. Great if you are yours with Microsof Choice, a disaster and counterproductive as you have found, if you want something different.

I think you would do well to clear the footnote from the HTML comments and the CSS markup code included therein. A browser (and there are an awful lot of them) can only get lost. I don't know the old editor functionality. I am not sure what exactly happens if you choose a different theme in the new editor.]]>
Wed, 21 Oct 2020 05:54:57 GMT
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Wed, 21 Oct 2020 02:23:50 GMT
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Yes, I went back in a re-did the whole thing in notepad as my previous post mentions. Using the option 1 you mentioned above.
The third issue wasn't the space around the images it was more that the don't responsively resize for viewing on smaller screens (phones etc).

Sorry for the basic questions. I was 'sold' on sitepad being a drag and drop type builder for websites (used to use wordpress for the same type of purpose). My understanding of code is very basic, border on nil...
Nothing I do on the website involves any sort of code, its all just using the dashboard tools etc.

...Are you saying that the standard footer that appears on every page needs to be edited by removing the text and re-installing it after re-writing it in notepad?

Again sorry for basic questions. Thank you for your time.
Wed, 21 Oct 2020 00:50:11 GMT
<![CDATA[Domain not pointing to correct folder]]> Wed, 21 Oct 2020 00:45:57 GMT <![CDATA[Themes dont work]]> ]]> Tue, 20 Oct 2020 23:16:13 GMT <![CDATA[Bad image quality in image slider]]> ]]> Tue, 20 Oct 2020 23:13:22 GMT <![CDATA[paragraph spacing and carriage return]]>
Based on the fact that if you add such code when creating a page, it is very unusual to add that code will be in the middle of an entry line.
Plus, the top of the page is the normal location of an HTML style element. I see everything so uses the name mso (Microsoft Office?).

There is also an HTML comment block with OfficeDocumentSettings. I assume you are using an original HTML or XML (or DOCX) document. Microsoft Word should not be used to build an HTML page because Microsoft has its own way of constructing an HTML page.
Based on the previous points, I think the best you can do is:
First, delete any HTML comment code in the footer of your template that will be introduced in a paste action.
<!-- if gte mso 9><xml>
</xml><!endif--><!-- if gte mso 9><xml>

:squi: Shorting the code  :P

QFormat="true" Name="Book Title"/><w:LsdException Locked="false" Priority="37" Name="Bibliography"/><w:LsdException Locked="false" Priority="39" QFormat="true" Name="TOC Heading"/>
</xml><!endif--><!-- if gte mso 10>

Second, you have two options:
  1. Write your text in the stupid Notepad editor. You can check for typos by pasting it into the Word text program, see what's wrong and correct it in the stupid Notepad text, and copy and paste only "plain vannila" notepad text into your sitepad editor. This approach prevents unnecessary HTML code from Microsoft.
  2. A second approach is to install the free WhatYouSeeIsWhatYouGet (WYSIWYG) Bluegriffon HTML editor. There you can enter your text in your own style. Then you have the option to copy ansd-paste or the "plain vanilla" text or to copy and paste the HTML code of your entered text.
The third point is that you are talking about the space around your images. There is a Style block which is displayed as a comment block:
/* Style Definitions */
{mso-style-name:"Table Normal";
mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt;

My guess is that this is also unwanted Microsoft formatting code.

At last, now it brings me to your "spaces around your image" problem. If you remove all those program disorder code the possibility arise that everthing looks normal. At that moment you can define the CSS padding and margin spaces around each immage like you wish.

I hope my advice will save you a lot of work on your next attempt.
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 23:05:28 GMT
<![CDATA[Bad image quality in image slider]]> Tue, 20 Oct 2020 13:29:30 GMT <![CDATA[Suggestion for image portfolio]]>
in short:

- A hide function for the "all" button
- A change text for the "all" button

thank you!]]>
Tue, 20 Oct 2020 12:54:48 GMT