One of the nice features of CSS is you can change the look of
sire-wide pages just by changing which .css file to use. Your
questions would be much better handled on the NoteTab HTML list.
I copied this message over there. You should get on that list and
do your posting there. (See the bottom of the post to get there.)
>Hello everyone, my first post here. A (relative newbie) to the
>internet I purchased 'Notetab Pro' a while back to write web pages
>and create a website.
>At the time (Absolute Newbie)I realized that it's a powerful tool
>and looked for tutorials on google. Didn't find anything at that
>time. So I just went ahead and used the basic 'html' function (and
>now the CSS) and created a website.
>Now that I have a website with 40 plus pages, the need arises to
>change (ad-images/text) on all pages at once and fairly often.
>Resulting in alot of manual page by page editing.
>I'm learning CSS thinking that would allow me to edit all site pages
>at once,(ad-images/text), which are content, CSS is for style.
>There's kinda/sorta a work-around to effect the 'change-out'of (ad-
>images/text)at one time using CSS.
>At least it works on my computer, I.E.6, PC-XP. Have not tried to
>validate code yet, or get a srceen capture using various browers,
>platforms, etc, But when I do, "Chances are" it won't work across
>all browsers, platforms, back to the drawing board.
>neccesary. I searched google & forums for scripts and became
>reaquainted with the powerful features Notetab pro has to offer.
>Full circle back to Notetab pro which is already on my computer.
>Can Notetab pro, create website templates, and allow me to change-
>out page elements on multiple pages at one time.
>Are there any, Step by Step, tutorials available, using Notetab pro
>by "example." Sorry for the long winded post, thought that it might
>help to give an idea where I'm at, technical speaking.