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nir
07-12-2007, 06:43 PM
Hi folks,

I am new user for blueveda. In the past I used to work with templates in Dreamweaver. The reason was that if there are changes I need to do in menues for example (which are similar to all pages), or the page background, I do them in the template and then I can update all the pages. It saves alot of time for fixing each page separately. I would like to ask if this feature exists in blueveda, or I need to go to each page and fix them separately.

Thanks - Nir

larazovich
07-12-2007, 06:51 PM
http://www.vodahost.com/vodatalk/bluevoda-tips-tricks-shortcuts/15764-single-menu-page-bv-php.html

Here is how it is done in BV - You have to read through this tread, because it also talks about doing this with I-Frames, which is NOT the preferred way.
You want to use a php include.
Hope this helps

Watdaflip
07-12-2007, 06:59 PM
There isn't a feature like that built in (atleast that I know of, but I dont use it so there could be). This can be done with php using includes. BV uses absolute positioning, so if you put the background, menu, header, etc on a page, you can include it into your other pages and all the contents of the file will come along with it.

edit: guess I shoulda submitted before I took a break. you beat me to it