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Offline thellie

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hiding the block frame
« on: July 28, 2010, 03:01:36 am »
hi there,
i've just installed ezportal, and am coming to terms with the setup - i like it, despite the headache the php block type gave me for a couple of hours :)

up to now i have used the ad management mod to insert ads/info around the site, but so that i can cut down on using width unnecessarily, i've put a vertical lefthand column ad into a ezblock...

...works as it should, but as it's an image-based add, i'd like to hide the frame block structure, so that the ad sits (or appears to) floating on the left... with the other lefthand ezblocks above and/or below it.

is this currently possible without recoding, or recoding very much? it would need to be on a 'per block' level...

maybe 2 or 3 choices:
1 frame on
2 frame off
3 frame off, title on...?

i'm running this locally so can't show you an up to date version, but the original site is below - the ad is the trekking ad...



EDIT: sorry, had another thought too... whether it's possible to enable scrolling and fixed depth of a box?

APOLOGY: just realised this is in the wrong forum - can't delete or move it, so i'm adding it into the support forum.


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