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template fluid grid

Posted on 2013-01-20
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Hi,
In dreamweaver I have created a mobile website webpage.
I want to create a template of header, navigation under that and content area and then footer. Each section under each other.

Can I create a template for this and have the content area editable with mobile website create with fluid grid layout.
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Question by:jagguy
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by:COBOLdinosaur
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That is a pretty vague question ... so the answer is probably or maybe.  If you are looking for some kind of detailed answer; you should give some detail about what you are trying to do.  Your profile contains zero information so we don't know what skill level you are at or what technologies you are comfortable with.

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by:jagguy
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This is not a vague question.
I am using Dreamweaver. I want to create a template for a mobile website. On that template I have a  header, navigation  and content area and then footer for each webpage. The content area is the only area I need changing on every webpage that displays on a mobile website.

I am using fluid grid display
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Jason C. Levine earned 500 total points
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You could use either server side or client side script to detect the browser and serve up a different header. If you are asking about a Dreamweaver specific way to do this, there isn't really a good one.
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