OK - Dennis.
Do the following, just as a test:
New blank page.
- Choose from menu Insert → HTML item. Make it blue and drag it anywhere you want.
You can place this item wherever you want. It is absolute positioned and has a unique layer - right?
- DOUBLE-CLICK into your workspace so you see a flushing cursor (such as you would do to type text in. Choose (with this flushing cursor still blinking) Insert → HTML-item (again). Make it red. It should stick top, left.
Try to drag this item to another position. This fails? Yes, cause it doesn’t have those top, left, bottom right positioning opportunities anymore. It is “relative” to his parent item (in this case your workspace or PageDIV).
Your template is built on the second method. Your basic page-orientation is set to “none”. This will mean that all items placed with METHOD 1 are “off-float”.
I am very critical if it comes to “templates” built on methods a user even can’t estimate or spell. Months ago, I called creating templates kind of masochism - cause support is required by nearby every bit and byte.
Those that started to work with my screencasts (usually) know how to handle them (so they even do not need a template in theory except of some inspiration).
So using your template, start with CONTENT, not with items and stuff like images - just pure text and see how it could fit into your world.
After a bit more in theme, go on with Font styling stuff. Once you’re in, add then slightly the colors used to yours. Finally do the image stuff always “inspector” in view how they’re added.
That’s all for the moment to say.
I can’t help you further cause it’s a payed template (yours) and I’m not allowed to have it (until I purchase it).
If it is still lightyears over your head, start with something more basic.
Content IS WAY MORE IMPORTANT than any make-me-pretty orgy.
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