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    keeping header from SMF theme

    can i keep the header from Here, use it in a sub domain lets say articles.studentkickback.com and have a wordpress or article management system running under that head. is it possible with EZportal?

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    You can style a header any way you like ... bu this sounds like more of a CMS issue, unless I'm missing something.
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    The header on that includes elements from the SMF theme i used. Thw whole geader is SMF styled with a theme i downloaded

    I was basicaly asking if i could disregard under the main header, place that in a sepeate file with a wordpress or article management embeded underneath as the content. To give the whole site the samenheader and meny bar but allow content underneath.

    Could u search theme for relevent code and paste into a new document with the wordpress/article managent underneath or would u have to go about it a diffo way

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    You can strip out parts of your pages and "include' them on a page from one source, if you wish. You normally do this with something like PHP. This all sounds like a CMS issue, though, so I'll move this thread to the CMS forum. "SMF" means nothing in the world of CSS.
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    SMF is the form software used.

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