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As far as we know, there are no limitations in how you choose to use our templates. You can add as many pages as necessary, edit the navigation links, and easily replace any or all of the small images with those of your own. The only limits are your own knowledge of FrontPage/Expression Web, XHTML, and CSS.

While we try to make our templates easy to use, if you have questions or need specific "how-to" information, please check the Help Center of our site. If you do not find your answers there, email us and we'll be happy to help.

Template Imagery

Because our templates have specific imagery, we often include several small images placed on many of the pages. Each of the photos can be deleted and you can add your own site-related graphics.

We have given you a way to easily add a double lined border plus “float” your image to either the left or right of the page so that your text smoothly flows around your pictures.

Aligning a bordered image to the left: Once your image has been inserted on the page, you can use the Property Inspector to select “imageleft-border” class. This CSS class will add the border to your image. It will also position your image to the left side of the containment block so that your text can flow around it.

Aligning a bordered image to the right: Once your image has been inserted on the page, you can use the Property Inspector to select “imageright-border” class. This CSS class will add the border to your image. It will also position your image to the right side of the containment block so that your text can flow around it.

Don't want the border? You can still have your images positioned to either the left or the right, but without the border, by choosing the "imageleft-noborder" or "imageright-noborder" class.