And in some configurations (with XTemplate and PHPTAL) it can even offer graphical previews. US released a Drupal extension for Dreamweaver that provides editing of Drupal file-types (like .module, .install, .inc, .info, etc.), code coloring, and code hints for the Drupal API (5.x, 6.x). US eliminates the need to edit/configure Dreamweaver manually.The extensions are good for developers and designers using Dreamweaver with Drupal. When creating a template you have two types of regions available, locked and unlocked.As you create pages based on a template, these regions determine where editable content will be included on the page.I have this problem since upgrading from Dreamweaver MX2004 to CS3. I then tell Dreamweaver to syncronize files and put newer to remove (which it does).But when I check the remote nothing has been updated. I'm having problems working with Templates in Dreamweaver CS3.Basic operations like creating new template, defining regions, etc, works normally except for Updating Files based on the template action. Make changes to an editable region of the template (which will not propagate) 5.
While developing PHP code for Drupal in Dreamweaver, if you notice your code uses tabs (and not spaces) then you can fix any chunk of code by selecting code or select all (CTRL A), then right click and choose "Selection;" then choose "Change tabs to spaces.", since you should plan to run your code through the Coder module then you will need to make sure that tabs were converted to spaces.
Skip to content I moved my whole site to a sub directory, however after reviewing the forum I found out that the template folder must reside in the root folder of the website.
My template folder is in the root, but changes to the template will not update the files previously attached to the template. If not (i.e., you used Explorer/Finder) then you are hosed. Make changes to an editable region of the template (which will not propagate) 5.
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