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    Add this to custom css box in styling tab.

    .im-mainContent { padding:0px; left:19px; border-right:0px double #e2e2e2; width:627px;}
    .im-sidebar { padding:0px 5px 5px 11px; float:right; border-left:0px double #e2e2e2; width:315px; margin-bottom:5px; clear:none;}

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    Is this my answer to the grey shadows, and, does it matter where it goes in there, and thank you so much for responding like you do.

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    By grey shadows I assume you mean grey lines.. and yes.

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    since it matters - where specifically do I put it? Where in the css styling tab?
    Last edited by VRS; 03-31-2011 at 10:17 PM. Reason: Added other question about css

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    In the custom css box in the styling tab.. not sure how else to describe it.

    Just paste in the box we provide and save.

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    THAT DID IT! Thanks!

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    Hey Dan,

    Any chance there could be an option in the future to selectively remove the sidebar(s) from specific pages?

    This option would allow for a complete storefront or sales page on selective pages without interfering with the default setting for all the other pages.

    Rel

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    We have this option now with the no-sidebar templates. Just use a page and select the no sidebar template from the drop down menu on right of page editor.

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    The templates that Dan is referring to are on a page by page basis. When you are editing a page there is a template selection drop down list and that is one of the options.
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    You are fast! Went back to a add page, and sure enough, see that I can choose a template with no sidebar selectively. I have not used the templates previously, so this is going to open a whole new ballgame.

    Would be helpful if I read Dan's answers in its entirety! Couldn't delete my previous post fast enough.

    Thanks for your excellent responses.

    Rel

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