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Old 09-18-2008, 12:24 PM   #1
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Default Xsite Pro Question: Possible to import html templates?

Hey warriors,

The title pretty much says it all. I got a graphic designer to do a wonderful html template for my site, but now I have no clue how to import it to xsite pro. I'd really rather not have to redo the whole thing in frontpage.

Does anyone know how to import an hmtl template, borders header, footer, and all, into xsite pro?

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Old 09-18-2008, 12:56 PM   #2
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Hi Noah,

Go to "Page Layout"... For example, at the top it says "Header Panel" and you can upload your own header image from your hard drive. You can do the same with the footer and background. Just remember to also adjust the width of your left panel and right panel.

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Thanks Francouis,

The template has a different background in the margins up along the header template than it does along the rest of the margins. Is there anyway to control this in xsitepro? Its the only thing I cant make look right.

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Hi Noah,

I am not sure I understand exactly what you mean... You can also upload another background image in the "Info Bar" and the "Main Panel Header". Won't this solve the problem?

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Old 09-18-2008, 01:53 PM   #5
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Hrmm. I'm just going to use frontpage for this one! haha, thanks again Francouis.
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Old 09-18-2008, 07:27 PM   #6
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I too have problems with importing templates into XSP. If it's just the basic header, footer and margins I'm okay, but I have no idea how to do tables (that I want content inside).

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Default Re: Xsite Pro Question: Possible to import html templates?

I get asked this all the time so i just made a video about it.

The short answer is you need to publish your site to your desktop, then import all the images into XSitePro's resource manager. Open up your web layout tab and reset the panels to match your old template and then use the images where appropriate - header/footer/background, etc.

When bringing in the content from the site you should strip the html code via a text editor and then paste it into the design tab of each page, then reformat.

If you need a designer to do this for you there are plenty of very competent XSitePro designers around. Check the WSO section because quite often there are $69 specials for custom templates and i'm sure they would rather copy an existing site than make one from scratch.

The XSitePro forum also has lots of designers who are really good at XSitePro.

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the import button is for xsitepro .xse format not html sites. you can also import articles that will create pages automatically

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Wow, James! I just got a splittin' headache reading these instructions. I've got XSP version 2 sitting on my hard drive unused because of this.

Is there a link to your video? How much is it?

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I get asked this all the time so i just made a video about it.

The short answer is you need to publish your site to your desktop, then import all the images into XSitePro's resource manager. Open up your web layout tab and reset the panels to match your old template and then use the images where appropriate - header/footer/background, etc.

When bringing in the content from the site you should strip the html code via a text editor and then paste it into the design tab of each page, then reformat.

If you need a designer to do this for you there are plenty of very competent XSitePro designers around. Check the WSO section because quite often there are $69 specials for custom templates and i'm sure they would rather copy an existing site than make one from scratch.

The XSitePro forum also has lots of designers who are really good at XSitePro.
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If I remember correctly, XSitePro comes with videos. I know it comes with a guide that is only about 400 pages long. Nothing to be a-scared of...just refer to it as you go along. You don't have to know everything on the first day.

Consider it an investment in time. It will be easier the next time you use it.

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Default steps to import html template in Xsite Pro?

Hi Guys!!

I am Wordpress ,PHP developer. I heard about Xsite-Pro from last few months and I thought to get Expertise in it too.I have read Instruction for that like how to purchase Installation and all have done with that as well.

Now I want to convert my HTML template into Xsite-PRO but don't know anything about that.Can you please tell me how to import my HTML static site into Xsite -PRO template stepwise (Because I am new here).

I am very excited to know how it is going to work Please.

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