However, the webpages did Not Update to reflect the navbar changes in the template fle !??!??? I believe it is something that I'm doing incorrectly with Dream Weaver .. I have a D'wvr CS5 Template applied to several HTML pages. No pages get updated, even though it is examining all of them. Here's the test site: template file is here: am making changes to an editable region (in this case a menu).I've tried to open all the new files which need to use the template but then Dreamweaver CS4 crashes, I presume because of the number of files it's opening.Anyway, does anyone know if there is a way to make Dreamweaver recognise that a block of new files belong to the template , it doesn't seem to just work automatically Thanks Chris Manage Sites..., select your site, and click Edit.The subnet calculator helps you design networks by taking an IP address and network mask and returning information such as network, broadcast address, and host range.One of a set of tools we're offering as a way of saying thank you for being a part of the community.IN Dreamweaver CS4 on the Local Info category, there is a Enable Cache checkbox, check it and click OK.IN Dreamweaver CS5, you'll need to expand the Advanced Settings, and then select Local Info, and check the Enable Cache checkbox.
If this is the case I would recommend you manage it as a new 'site' in Dreamweaver, but to do so I would export the original in the manage dialogue to a file, then import it back into DW Which version of DW are you using?However, changes to the template are not updating the HTML files. So the way templates work is that Editable Regions do not update when the master is changed.The Update Template Files dialog goes examines the associated pages, but does not update them. An editable region should hold your site's content or stuff that is different from page to page (like title, description, keyword tags).Hi, here's a link to the conundrum: page (as are a few others) is based on a template document (stored in a Templates folder in the site root).
I added an editable region in the form of a new div with some text etc.
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