Dwt not updating pages
Adding a description of your template in the dialog is optional, but if you expect to use many different templates in the same site, a description can be useful.
Dreamweaver stores all of the templates you create in a folder called which it creates for you when you save your first template.
I make a lot of large websites for clients and DW's built-in template system (files) was fantastic for it.
I know Sublime Text 2 has snippets, but do they offer all the dynamic functionalities that the . I like the snippets feature and the tab trigger options for instantly importing code, but what if I want to control specific elements?
You don’t want to make everything editable, just areas you’ll change.
Templates come in many shapes and styles on the web.You can name editable regions anything you like, just don’t use any spaces or special characters in the file name.After you’ve created editable regions, you can identify them in the template, and the pages created from the template, by the blue outline and tabs you see in this figure.The HTML templates you can create with Dreamweaver’s extension are great for portfolios, photo galleries, and other sites where you have a series of pages that use many of the same elements.In the California Wildlife Photography web site shown in the following steps, the template is used to store common web page features, including the banner at the top of the page, and the navigation links across the top and bottom of the pages.
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Now what if the client wants one of the names for the sub-navigation changed to something else?