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jjrjr2


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Posted: 04/29/2011, 5:30 PM

Hi

Thought I would post this here to illustrate using CCS as a Database Engine only and integrating into a 3rd party template.

http://webtestinglive.com

Click around & on images etc.

Also facebook like links are dynamically created with CCS.

This was alot of fun..

UPDATE: This site has been placed into production..
It can now be viewed at http://tribalentertainment.com

Description and implementation notes here:
http://ccselite.com/gallery_view.php?gallery_image_id=32&gallery_cat_id=2

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thskk

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Posted: 04/30/2011, 12:21 AM

Hi,

can you send me link where Can I find these templates ?

regards

jaro

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jjrjr2


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Posted: 04/30/2011, 10:27 AM

Hi Jaro

I have no clue.

My Client had it designed & just gave it to me.

Sorry
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kirchaj

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Posted: 04/30/2011, 6:02 PM

John,

Can you share how you put your CCS generated code into the template?

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jjrjr2


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Posted: 05/01/2011, 11:13 AM

Sure...

Just not sure how to communicate that here. There are many aproches U can Use.

It is not much different than using Artisteer Generated Templates...

I usually approach it by first determining in the HTML where a CCS Generated component should go in a new template where ever it comes from.

I do that by taking the HTML for the template and just put Text in each HTML Design element with simple words Like

"CCS Grid", "CCS Record" etc into the base template HTML till I can determine the proper place for those components and where they will display properly, taking note of any class or style tags for the Templates elements...

Once those locations in the HTML are identified & the page displays properly, I now know where to place the CCS stuff.

Now after knowing that, I use that page as a template for all pages I will be genrerating with CCS.

In The IDE for pages U will use the HTML view NOT the page View for adding your CCS components...

Simply add your ccs compomponents in HTML view into the locations where the text U put in the HTML (replacing the dummy text with the CCS component).

Does that make sense & help???


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scarvello

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Posted: 05/04/2011, 12:32 AM

Hi,
CodeCharge MVC model is ideally suited for integrating third-party HTML template, especially if these are developed by adopting a tabless design + CSS.
You can find free HTML templates from various web sites (example: http://www.freecsstemplates.org/).
Personally, I have used this approach many times, developing PHP Multilanguage CMS, Web Applications, DMS, Websites, Ecommerce, Industrial applications etc..
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jjrjr2


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Posted: 05/04/2011, 5:25 AM

Yup

It is easy..

LOL

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kirchaj

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Posted: 05/04/2011, 9:06 AM

Ok. So if you were me and had my limited skill set, would you approach it this way. I already have an fairly extensive application developed in CCS and would like to update it's look and feel.

Generate an HTML or CCS template in Artisteer.
copy that to my existing project directory.

Follow the steps above to integrate the new look and feel into the existing pages?

I feel like I am missing something.

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datadoit
Posted: 05/04/2011, 9:55 AM

Hire a consultant to do it for you. :)

www.codechargesupport.com
Waspman

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Posted: 05/04/2011, 11:11 AM

Depends how complicated you app is.

Integrating an Artisteer template would be a challenge. :-D

If you know anything about CSS it would be easier to wrap div's around everything and then playing with the style till your happy.
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jjrjr2


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Posted: 05/05/2011, 5:41 AM

Actually U will not be able yo use an Artisteer template, or any other type for that matter, very easily to an existing application.

U just need to determine where in the new HTML your CCS component should go and copy them there if the existing app is CCS.

It is True.. LOL that Artisteer is not for the weak of heart when U try and do it.

Like I sai it really is easy..

I have not used the CCS IDE for building a site in years..



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advcomputer

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Posted: 05/14/2011, 10:44 AM

Here are 2 Websites new site that I am in middle of finishing up:

http://www.consultccc.com -> running ona Codecharge Based CMS That I Built

http:// www.mdond.com -> All backend functionality is based on CCS Code

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datadoit
Posted: 05/14/2011, 3:06 PM

Nice job Jeff.

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