Dreamweaver template not updating all pages
Dreamweaver templates When an HTML page is saved as a template, Dreamweaver creates a template folder at the root level of the local root folder and generates a file that becomes the source for all the pages that are applied to it.Every time an HTML page is applied to a template, (File Apply template to page) it creates a site root-relative link to the file.Dreamweaver can add the new link to all the pages in the site created from that template automatically.Hello, I having an issue after Upgrading Dreamweaver from CS5 to CS6.and when I go to edit the template and library files in Dreamweaver, they do not update their child-pages. I went back into my other drive (that I had initially made the website in), and updated something on the template page, and a thing pops up and goes through the process of updating each of the child pages. Does anyone have any idea what is going on with copying the files to another drive, that makes it not update?
It was that the other "Site" that I set up on the other drive didn't necessarily know that I was even using a template.
This path sends the browser to look in the correct location for the file which will provide the page properties, layout, and graphics—all the content that exists only in the file.
This is why changes outside the editable regions of a page must be made directly to the file.
By Janine Warner The great advantage of Dreamweaver templates is that you can automatically apply changes to all the pages created with a template by altering the original template.
For example, if you have links in an uneditable region, you can later automate the process by making the change in the template.
This makes the arduous task of changing the design of a site extremely simple, since Dreamweaver does all the tedious work.