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Hi everyone, my co-worker recently introduced me to this software and your forum. I had been searching for a good solution for my side business, basically to just host a file server that my technicians could access from anywhere and download particular files we use for clients and stuff like that.

After doing some reading over the past few days I was able to successfully setup my server and serve my files out properly HOWEVER, I am very confused on if/how there are any restrictions on these templates? When I choose the option to "edit HTML template" it only gives me a CSS and a TPL file to make changes. IS there an "index.html" file? The reason I ask, is because when I try to add any java script or 'div' tags to float images or make changes in the CSS it doesn't appear in the 'source code' once the files are saved. How can I edit the actual HTML itself? or does something extra have to be added to the CSS?

The different templates I've been playing around with are the rawr blue, black, and diehard. All of them are of course designed differently but again, I can't seem to understand how to get full control over changing them. From the reading I've done here on this forum it looks like the "template editor" is not around anymore, so what exactly do HFS users do when they want to add in their own code?

Just ONE good example of what's going on is that currently I'm trying to "float" an image within one of the templates and while I have no other choice but to input the code into the CSS file, when I view the source code of the page it doesn't show the same code as what's been input inside my CSS. I hope this makes sense to someone here, thanks in advance!

PS: When I get paid tomorrow I plan on making a donation or two to this site over the next month. This software is almost invaluable, I've been overflowing with ideas on different ways it could be implemented and used. I also want to start sharing out and submitting new templates that I made myself once I figure out exactly how HFS is handling the web-interface part of all this. Aside from that, I just want to say that the myriad of options, user account permissions, and networking/security features this software has is nothing short of f*ckin' impressive!!  8)



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