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    Default Bah, Humbug - Double Headers on My Mobi Site

    I took my NOF sample mobi website and did a ''save as'' for my mobi website. Then I copied the existing site style and changed the AccordionTabClosed.png and AccordianTabOpen.png with my own graphics, and also changed the banner to my own graphic; and instant-pronto, made a nice huge headache for my self.

    I don't like those big space waster buttons that come with the mobi sample website.

    I couldn't get my header to space out right, so I put some of my information on the banner and went with that, choosing not to use banner text at all.

    So I pounded my head against the brick wall, and I think the code is referring back to something, but I don't know what code or how to edit it -- but that's just ''what I think"

    I gotta get out of this jam quick, my customer is at the ''tapping their fingers impatiently'' stage...

    Thanks!

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    Default Dush, the program is so new, I didn't realize the tutorials "Changing Heads on MLR"

    I opened my NOF 12 today to see if I had a reply to this problem, and noticed the tutorials!

    Fantastic!

    I think I found the answer to my problem!

    Quote Originally Posted by Isabel Smith View Post
    I took my NOF sample mobi website and did a ''save as'' for my mobi website. Then I copied the existing site style and changed the AccordionTabClosed.png and AccordianTabOpen.png with my own graphics, and also changed the banner to my own graphic; and instant-pronto, made a nice huge headache for my self.

    I don't like those big space waster buttons that come with the mobi sample website.

    I couldn't get my header to space out right, so I put some of my information on the banner and went with that, choosing not to use banner text at all.

    So I pounded my head against the brick wall, and I think the code is referring back to something, but I don't know what code or how to edit it -- but that's just ''what I think"

    I gotta get out of this jam quick, my customer is at the ''tapping their fingers impatiently'' stage...

    Thanks!

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    Default I read the tutorials but I cannot change the graphic for my MultiLayout Region

    I have gone into the style - changed CSS - and I get the same results: double graphic heads for my multi layouts.

    Frustrated.

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    Default I'm adding the template version of this trouble

    My customer is getting antsy and I'm just withered from trying to figure out why I keep getting these double heads on my MLR -- Help, please

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    Hi Isabel, if you're starting with the "SmartPhone.zip" template the height of the accordion folds can be adjusted in the CSS Code tab located in the StyleView.

    1. First find the ".ui-accordion a.head" selector near line 126
    2. Change the height values for both "height" and "line-height" properties


    Code:
    .ui-accordion a.head {
    	background-image: url( "Images\\AccordionTabClosed.png" ) !important;
    	background-color: #ffffff !important;
    	border: none !important;
    	font-size: 14px !important;
    	color: #ffffff !important;
    	font-weight: bold !important;
    	text-indent: 30px !important;
    	height: 60px !important;
    	line-height: 60px !important
    }
    This this default block of CSS has each fold at 60 pixels tall.
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    Thank you Mike -- I would have never found the exact spot, although I realized the theory, that and $3.00 will buy a cup of coffee (or was it 45-cents?) anyway, I have another question:

    http://mike.netocorp.com/samples/mobi3/

    Would you send the template for that layout? I love it!

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    The base template is standard with Fusion XII. From File > New Site > From template... you can select the "SmartPhone Site.zip" template. In the mobi3 sample variation we added some actions to iterate through a nested MLR's sections. I've PM'ed you a copy of that sample template.
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