#1 CSS Template adjustment
#2 Wordpress blog news integration
#3 Drupal member login integration
#4 TOC (table of contents that automatically updates
#5 Documentation of the project
Look at some of the screen captures that I include to follow along with my instructions.
#1 - I have a css template that I use. I would like the links at certain places to be included in the CSS template (nav bar)so that I don´t have to change them in every page just the CSS template. Or a solution that works in a similar way. The point is I just want to update at one place and it will affect the rest of the pages structure.
The vertical link box to the right(orange - nav bar), the horizontal links header(black - nav bar) and the links at the top right(grey - home - etc....).
#2 - I would like the "news" part at the bottom left to automatically update when I publish something in my wordpress blog at: [url removed, login to view]
#3 - I would like to be able to login to my drupal site directly from the homepage.
The CSS template site homepage will live at: songwritingskills.com.
The drupal site will live at: [url removed, login to view]
There´s a member´s login function in the template, look at the file:
[url removed, login to view] ---- at the bottom.
I´ve temporarily replaced this with an email opt-in box instead of the member login box to in the other file.
I would like to have the member login to the drupal site as shown in
[url removed, login to view] , file.
and next to that one where it now says support. i would like to have the email opt-in box instead.
#4 - I would like a TOC - function at the bottom of the article window that updates automatically.
It should work like this:
[url removed, login to view] - updates with a TOC at the bottom of the article window every time I publish or update the orange navbar - these navbar options represent article headlines.
Every title in the orange navbar to the right have it´s own TOC where I can put 5 - 10 subarticles related to the particular topic.
say: article headline: songwriting-software (orange navbar)
five - ten articles that are related to songwriting-software shows up as links under the first article - songwriting-software.
Look at the screen captures for a better understanding.
I use dreamweaver with this site.
If you open the [url removed, login to view] keep the folder structure as it is for references to work.
I would like the project to be documentet so that I understand what it is that have been done.