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Use of custom html...

Knowledge Base Lobby : uDirectory Support Conference : uDirectory Configuration Questions
Aug-19-18 07:44 PM EST
Original Message
Use of custom html...
Author Jennifer on 09-13-2000 at 16:15 (EST)

One more question: I know that in the Deluxe version you can include custom HTML in the top, middle, or bottom. I have not purchased the script yet, because I am looking for one in which I can seamlessly include the directory on my existing pages so that there isn't a huge difference between the rest of the pages on my site and the pages that incorporate directory search and listing functions.

Can the pages that are generated by the program be customized in such a way so that it looks as though the directory search and resulting listings were dropped into the main body of an existing page?

I stumbled on an example of what I am talking about at

Their page has a consistent look and navigation structure throughout even when the directory section of the website is being used. Ideally, I'd like to have the same structure for my directory.

Is fairly intensive editing of the resulting search and results pages allowed? Could it be done after the listings have been added and then edited again if new listings are added to the specific html page?

Any info would be a great help!



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  RE: Use of custom html... Bill Weiner, 2000-09-14 07:34:31 (1)

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         1. RE: Use of custom html...
        Author Bill Weiner on 09-14-2000 at 07:34 (EST)
No, in general, the overall layout of the uDirectory listing pages is not configurable (other than fonts,colors,images,etc... of course). Those custom TOP, MIDDLE, and BOTTOM HTML fields do allows for some powerful possibilities.... but in general, the page layouts will be the same.

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