Adding image corners with the Drupal Module Photoframe
Posted November 12th, 2007 by Chris
Below is a question submitted to our contact form about where to put the styles added with the Drupal module we put together called Photoframe:
Hello, I have just installed the Photoframe module on my Drupal site. I have completed the installation successfully and everything seems to be working. My question is about the adding the Class to content. How do I do this? There are no drop down boxes to select the class when I am creating new content and don't see any other spot to do it. I am kinda new to this but understand the basics to administrating a drupal site (installing modules, creating content, just the basics). Please help me figure out how to do this as I think your module will be a great one once I get it working.
If you happen to be in Firefox, you can look at the HTML for the above quote and see the following:
<div class="photoframe-quote quote-quote">
Hello, I have just installed the Photoframe module on my Drupal site...
And that's it, really. Just add the class to an element, in this case a div, and Photoframe will wrap the frame around the content once the page is loaded.
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