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    Quote: The problem with the links in rapidweaver, is that their color is tied to the the topbar (which I find horrible), so it was a compromise. End Quote

    Go into the CSS and do your changes there if you can.
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    I would love to... but how do I do that? I'm no html buff.
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    If I'm forced to criticise, I would prefer the play/pause/forward palette, (not sure what it's called technically), to be below the images not over the bottom of them. However, I only posted to say how much I like your photographs. Nice work!

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    I would prefer simple buttons, without flash.

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    Mike and Q.G. I would actually prefer simple buttons without flash as well, but since I'm a novice at html coding, I'm stuck with the ideosyncrasies of rapidweaver. It does either flash or shows the pictures as thumbnails. And the thumbnail option simply looks ridiculous.
    Mike thanks for your kind words. How did you make your website? I really like the layout of it.

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    The photographs are beautiful.

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    Thanks Rorye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loman View Post
    How did you make your website? I really like the layout of it.
    Hello Mads
    I know as much about making websites as flying jumbo jets! A friend who was learning web design a few months ago did it for me. We collaborated on design and I took her advice in most instances. Will ask her about what programme it was done on and PM you the details.

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    Thanks Mike.
    That's much appreciated.
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    I think that the issues you are encountering have everything to do with using a template driven program that is designed to protect you from the underlying code. One option to consider is to look at other templates, there are a bunch available on the developer's web site at http://www.realmacsoftware.com/rapidweaver/. I personally use Coda, it is available at http://www.panic.com/coda/. It is a really amazing program, but it does require a decent level of familiarity with the code. I am by no means a code expert, however, and I am really happy with Coda, so if you are feeling kinda adventurous and want to give it a whirl, it might be worth a try. Also, a simple book or web based CSS tutorial might help a lot. You could find out where your css file lives and go in and just change the text color, and anything else you want. I don't know how Rapidweaver handles it if an underlying file is edited outside of the program, however, so that is something that could trip you up.

    The web site in my signature was built using a flash template system and I am going to get rid of it as soon as I can. I did build http://reframingfamily.com using Coda plus a couple of downloadable scripts for the slideshow on the home page and the gallery page.

    Good luck!

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