I won't pretend to understand - but I think I get the drift. Thanks anyway
Originally Posted by Chuck S
To try and understand what Michael and I are saying you are going to need to upgrade to the latest code and then possibly use one of these ultra custom styles to see what is needed. You do nothing for a normal vb
style as the classes are used automatically. I showed an explicit example and can show many more than normal styles you need to do nothing for things to work. I honestly dont think I can explain it different as the result of what you want to do would depend on the style your using and its hard coded html if any but as Michael stated if it is a style with hardcoded template changes you can create a new template directory with the numeric ID of the style to load an optional template set which would be used only for that style.