Doing to the page when the page is already fully formed will generate a dialog box that asks you map the content to the editable regions in the template.
But if the rest of the design elements vary from what the template contains, Dreamweaver will preserve those tags alongside what the template will introduce which usually creates a ton of duplicated tags and broken layouts.
What I can do now is move though and if I want to change the text properties for this CSS, you’ll see here are my styles again for me to go and adjust.
What you can do is go via code, which we briefly looked at in the last tutorial.
I have an existing site in a path, and I've pointed the Dream Weaver site to it. But whenever I save this file, none of the html files which should make use of it change.
What do I need to do to get DW to update the html files that make use of it?
You can see here its told me its my h1 thats being styled.
”, which also offers suggestions for alternative strategies, such as adding a Home button on each page.