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    Hi,
    I am having trouble trying to layout the way the news posts are arranged.
    Firstly, my page layout has a 5 divs, header, content(left, center and right) and footer.
    I want to add cutenews to the center content, so I add php include and that works fine.
    But then, I want to add more php includes and it starts to get messy. I click on a link, and other templates are still showing on the page, instead of the link I clicked on. I have tried $static="true", and that does not seem to work, I attach a picture of what I would like it to look like.



    Is it even possible for this layout to work ?
    Thanks

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    Pretty much anything is possible with CSS layouts ...

    Just sometimes its not as easy as copy/paste....

    I've seen people very well versed in standard HTML ... Run into walls trying to just re-use someone else's CSS code...

    First, you above pictured layout assumes a "fixed width" for the main container ( in this case, that's probably a good thing ).... But there will be a lot of wasted space on many peoples monitors ( accounting for a 16X9 screen format...

    So if you're using a fixed layout...

    1st row would be a 60 -40 or 75 -25 split
    2nd row would 25% for each dive
    3rd and rest would be 33%

    Roughly...you just need to define your widths based on whatever width your main container is going to be...

    Completely doable though ...

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    Thanks for that, but it does not solve the issue of a when a link is clicked on, the link opens with all those templates still there, rather than opening on a clear page.

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    Your link needs to have a "target" attribute set...

    Target="_blank" opens the link in a new window... And yes, every page you want to open on a new page needs to have that set....

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    and how do I add that to the cutenews ?

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    No idea about cutenews .... Since they have a support forum... It might be there ...

    Assuming you actually don't have direct access to the links this program generates...

    You could use the <head> tag base to just handle them all

    http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_head.asp

    Only good if you only have one main page... But can manually create internal links with a target attribute of "self"....


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