Our website templates are delivered in ZIP files. A ZIP file is
a single compressed file that contains the complete set of program
files. Compressed files are valuable in the electronic world because
they cut your download time drastically, and they make it possible
to download just one file rather than the full set of files (which
can often be dozens of individual files).
To decompress (unZIP) a ZIP file, you need a copy of an unZIPing
utility. We recommend WinZip. It is a shareware program, which needs
to be registered (paid for) if you plan to continue using it. It
is also distributed in a ZIP format, but it is a "Self-extracting"
variety simply download it to you temporary directory, and
"RUN" it to extract the program files.
Fig 6.1 WinZIP Extract Window
When unzipping package using WinZip make sure that Use Folder
Names (marked on screenshot) checkbox is checked to keep web
design template from folder messing.
You should install fonts included in web design template package
before proceeding work with PSD and FLA source files.
If youre Microsoft Windows user you should copy and paste
all fonts from template package to the Windows\Fonts folder
or WinNT\Fonts if you are on NT based system.
Fig 6.2 Font Folder
More reliable way is to use font manager software. For example
Adobe Type Manager Light, you can find download links to it at web
design software section.
Our Full Site and Full Package products already include all necessary
pages for your website. But you can create more pages or create
the unlimited amount of pages from single page of your web design
Its recommended to customize one page before duplicating
your pages. So youll dont have to customize all that
Now lets create some subpages. Go to HTML folder of your
web design template using file browser. For example you have two
html files there: index.html and index_sub.html. Copy index_sub.html
file into the same folder and give new name for it. For example
name it products.html.
You can create any amount of pages using those instructions. After
that go to Working with template
using HTML editor section to get information about adding content
to the pages of your web design template.
Files to Your Web Hosting
In this step you will be given instructions for uploading your
pages to a web server. After this you will be able to review your
site online in browser. We leave it up to you what sort of hosting
company and domain name to choose because it depends on specifics
of your business. In following instructions it is supposed that
you have a login/password combination available from your hosting
Open a browser and type ftp://domain_name in address line.
Where domain_name is domain name of your future website.
In Internet Explorer, choose File>Enter as... to display
authentication dialog. Enter your login and password and click OK.
Now you are logged to FTP server of your web hosting.
Copy your web pages and folders to your site root directory as
you would to any other folder on your computer. All html files should
be placed in root folder of your web hosting. All images should
be located in /images folder, SWF movie files in /Flash
folder. In another words you should keep folder structure that was
given to you in HTML folder of your web design template.
Now you can view your great website online.
To install a PHP-Nuke theme you need to do the following steps.
First of all you should unpack template package using instructions
from Unzipping Template Package section.
There is will be a folder named XXXX (four digits number).
This is the PHP-Nuke theme folder. Copy this folder to /nuke/html/theme
where nuke is the folder to which PHP-Nuke is installed.
Next step is to select a theme from list of themes Your Account
If you want to use it as the default theme for your site, move
to Administration->Preferences and set Default
theme to the theme you bought. Notice that you must be a member
of the administrators to change default theme.
Fig 6.3 Administration Panel
Fig 6.4 Change Default Theme
If your PHP-Nuke theme contains animated flash header you can customize
it using instructions from Working with
All of our CSS templates are 100% stretchable. So you can add as
much text/image content as you wish. Usually the main column has
more content than the secondary one. But if your secondary column
is bigger than main it can cause some misalignment. This column
will be cropped to the height of the center block. This misalignment
is caused by absolute positioned <DIV> tag usage instead of
<TABLE> tag layout. To solve this problem you simply increase
the height of the main column - add several <BR> line break
tags to the end of central column to make the columns equal.
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