Also, if you're using DW CS5, when you use Live View, it shows how it would look on the server, and is uneditable while Live View is turned on. Template file: <%@ Page Language="C#" ContentType="text/html" ResponseEncoding="iso-8859-1" %>
When you use Templates or Library items, you see blue tabs and yellow backgrounds, respectively, to indicate editable regions and Library items. There's definitely something odd going on here, but I think you'll need to do a little more sleuthing. Glad I could help. You usually start a repeating table with two rows--one for a heading, another to contain the information you want to repeat.Figure20.7.The Insert Repeating Table dialog box lets you kill three birds http://developedtraffic.com/2005/12/21/dreamweaver-nested-editable-regions-error/
I tried applying the template, but I guess an error occured with my template. Connie says: Comment posted on 12/15/08 @ 6:45 pm I don't use a MAC. Is this too involved? Register.
Thanks! I'm very excited to find someone else working with both Dreamweaver and Visual Studio to create .Net applications. Connect with top rated Experts 13 Experts available now in Live! http://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/515402-dreamweaver-problem-nested-editable-regions/ The problem with mine is it was creating an editable region for the head tags on my website, but the second closing head tag was missing.
Optional regions don't have any clear identifier on a template-based page; you can identify them only in the Template Properties window, as described on page 780. That is, if you can download it, make a backup copy, then add your domain name, then upload it. (Upload would presumably have to be as ASCII rather than binary.) If Selecting just the text inside the heading (as opposed to the
It looks like they used smart webby? More Bonuses If you copy and paste the source code from my site homepage into DW and compare it to how it looks now on the web, you will see what I mean. Dreamweaver Error Absolute Position The Apply button applies a template to the current open web page. In this case, the "id" attribute of the body tag is editable, allowing page designers the freedom to apply different CSS styles to the body of each template-based page.
OK, now about the VS issue in Microsoft's words: "Basically Trident moves the comment there and the Everett SCP code does not move it back. More about the author This is because trident essentially re-creates everything between HTML and HEAD with no guidance from the document. How can I have low-level 5e necromancer NPCs controlling many, many undead in this converted adventure? Contribute even lets novices update pages on their sites through their own web browser.
i've never used that. I was missing a closing head tag (ouch), and that fixed it. If you, however, go into the master template and make these changes, Dreamweaver automatically changes the same elements in all the pages the template created.On the Common category of the Insert check my blog Using .Net I add some server-side controls and write the programming in a separate CodeBehind file.
Dave says: Comment posted on 06/27/06 @ 10:00 am Your fix was right on. In particular, I'm wondering whether you've got a Mac … or whether you're using the check in/out feature. It might be different for you, but worth a shot I guess.
I wasnt sure about that IE code so I took it out. forums.adobe.com They have a DW specific forum and should be able to answer you very quickly. Thanks so much for doing a search. Select a template from the list and click the Edit Template button to open the template for editing.Adding a Basic Editable RegionTo add an editable region to a template, start by
Thanks. Any chance you uploaded the original DW Template to the site?
Really messed this code up! I'm very excited to find someone else working with both Dreamweaver and Visual Studio to create .Net applications. Basically, it's the same information you provide when you create any table, as described on the section called "Inserting a Table". I am continuously getting the message when I try to save my template: "Error at line 29, column 77(absolute position 737: nested editable regions".
Reply With Quote 07-18-2011,09:16 PM #3 VIPStephan View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage The fat guy next door Join Date Jan 2006 Location Halle (Saale), Germany Posts 10,152 Thanks 6 I couldn't figure out what was wrong and although found some similar problems in the DW forum there were no solutions posted that I could find. What happens is VS.Net treats everything as absolute and will define either inherited or relative positions for all the div based on the initial or base div. I find I don't need to edit in Code mode, I just click once in Code mode, then double-clicking in Design mode solves the problem.