Display or hide a border
Display a border
1. Click anywhere in the current page area and choose Format > Page Area.
2. Choose the command for the border you want to display.
3. Select the Show this border option (so that it is checked).
Hide a currently-displayed border
1. Right-click the border and choose Properties > Page Area.
2. Deselect the Show this border option (so that it is no longer checked).
You can also right-click a page in the map, choose Properties, then click the Page Area tab to specify border properties, or choose Edit > Properties > Page > Page Area, or right-click in the page and choose Properties > Page > Page Area.
To assign the priority of borders on a page, right-click the page in the map, choose Properties, and click the Page Area tab. Drag the borders in the list to set priority.
Border priority determines how CuteSITE Builder displays overlapping borders. The border you specify as first priority reaches both its available corners. The border with second priority reaches all corners not already reached by the first border, and so on.
Border priority also determines how CuteSITE Builder allocates space if two or more borders have sizes greater than the current window can accommodate.
You can place automatic external, previous, up, and down navigation links in one particular border, and set that border to display only when the navigation links are needed; that is, when the page that contains the border participates in an up level link or appears on a sequence . To do this, adjust this setting on the Border Properties dialog box. You can also use the Page Layout Editor to create this useful effect in your own Web designs.