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Can rollovers be edited in web yep?


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I don’t think so. I thought WebYeb could only edit text and single images that sit right next to the text!

And I wouldn’t think that this has anything to do with FW. You could also check out the WebYeb forum. (http://www.obdev.at/forums/index.html)


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WebYep, can, with a little bit of pushing edit just about anything on
the page.

I think Max has actually done this here:
http://www.freewaytalk.net/thread/view/14919#m_14919

David

On 16 Aug 2008, at 9:42 pm, Chod Lang wrote:

Can rollovers be edited in web yep?

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Can WebYep be used with the accordian effect? I’ve used this script in a site and now the client’s asking if they can edit the page themselves.


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Can WebYep be used with the accordian effect? I’ve used this script in a site and now the client’s asking if they can edit the page themselves.

Yes. Put your WebYep objects inside the div that will slide. Simple as that.


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On 18 Aug 2008, 10:09 pm, NeilH wrote:

Can WebYep be used with the accordian effect? I’ve used this script in a site and now the client’s asking if they can edit the page themselves.

Hi Neil,
yes it is possible, I have used webyep elements successfully in an accordion menu for a client. Here’s an example:

http://www.pixelarte.co.uk/sitemenu/page1.php

Richard


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