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VinSolutions Websites and Bootstrap

Today I had either an ah ha or a duh moment. Why not use Bootstrap? Then if/when there is a change in the future everything will just copy and paste over nicely. And (hopefully) when they finally release their 360 platform, the code should be responsive and just work.

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VinSolutions Websites Forms 2

In my previous post about custom forms on VinSolutions websites I mentioned requesting a global css change that should fix the forms created by VinSolutions. Problem is – VinSolutions offers several forms templates.  Fortunately each of these 6 templates are css driven.  With the previous update in place the forms with layout 3 & 4 are not lining up nicely.  Now the form shows between “Secondary Content” and “Footer” content. There is an easy fix for this.  Because a browser reads a pages markup/code from top to bottom we need to put some css information before the form section of the page code. In my…

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VinSolutions Websites Forms 1

Just over a month ago the company I work for switched a few of our websites to VinSolutions.  As with any CMS there is a learning curve.  I downloaded their CSS files and attempted to figure out if they were using any kind of standard.  There were a bunch of css files and they all appeared to be randomly coded with very little commenting. I figured a good place to start was a custom page they had (kind of) copied from our old website.  It was a form page with custom css so I figured this would give me some…