Dreamweaver cs4 template not updating pages
I will assume knowledge of all the things I've mentioned in the previous chapters.In addition, for those who are completely new to making a website, I strongly recommend that you read How to Make / Create Your Own Website: The Beginner's A-Z Guide first.A template is a special type of document that you use to design a “fixed” page layout; you can then create documents based on the template that inherit its page layout.As you design a template, you specify as “editable” which content users can edit in a document based on that template.Hi All I wonder if someone can help me - I have a site that i made with Dreamweaver.I then got a new computer (windows 7) and updated my dreamweaver from cs4 to cs5.When i tried this I get the update dialog box, but when i try to update the pages i get the following error message: "error accessing file - (name of the dwt file), file not found, error code 2" Can i ask the what is the error code 2 - i mean is there any information about the error code which will help me to resolve my templates not being found?
I had been using Dreamweaver 8 on a PC but moved everything a few months ago. When I saved it, Dreamweaver was supposed to ask to update all related pages, but it didn't ask that. I turned the LOG on and it said the pages were updated.I have just tried to update my pages and it doesnt seems to be working.Not sure what information you need - but I have a root folder and within the root site there is a folder with Templates and the templates have the extension I have read some posts that say recreate the cache which i have tried - this hasnt worked I then read another post that says you can update the pages by Modify Update Pages..Templates enable you to control a large design area and reuse complete layouts.If you want to reuse individual design elements, such as a site’s copyright information or a logo, create library items.
I refreshed the page on the server and the change still didn't show up. In DW's Site manager, export the site definition (make sure you note where you export it so you can find it again - also make sure you export the FULL site definition). With the site still selected in Site manager, REMOVE it.