Archive for the ‘Dreamweaver’ Category

Google Analytics

Just adding some Google Analytics to a client’s site, that needed the code pasting into the <head> before the closing tag. Note: if you have pages that are built using […]

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Wrap With Tag in Dreamweaver

To quickly wrap code in tags in Dreamweaver, it’s really easy: 1. Select it (best in Code View)

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Understanding the Types of URL Links

When creating websites, you will have pages, images and other files that make up the site and the content. Getting everything to display on your site is a matter of […]

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Setting Up as an Administrator In Contribute

Working with Adobe Contribute is the preferred method of editing websites for many people. With it’s easy browser-turns-word processor interface, using it requires a small and gentle learning curve. For […]

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Edit WordPress Themes Easily With Dreamweaver

Following my post yesterday, I received an updated ThemeDreamer extension by email which I have quickly tried. How great is that – a company that takes customer feedback and responds […]

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Clearing Dreamweaver’s Cache in CS4 on Mac OSX

After an error created by installing the new ThemeDreamer extension, I had to clear the cache on Dreamweaver. I’m on a Mac, currently running 10.5.8 and this is where you […]

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Getting a Healthy Lunch Delivered to Your Office – The LunchBox Has Landed

We all understand the importance of eating a well-balanced and nutritious lunch at work, yet a healthy lunch is still so often perceived as having to munch your way through […]

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Quickly Apply Headings in Dreamweaver (pt.2)

This is a follow-up to an earlier post (Applying Links pt.1) on quickly applying links in Dreamweaver. I have discovered that if you are editing in code view and hit […]

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Dreamweaver CS4 Insert Bar

In Dreamweaver CS4, the Insert bar now appears as a panel. It can be dragged and docked above the document window as per previous versions. However, be aware that (on […]

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Spry Accordion Panels’ Height and Open or Closed First Panel

In Dreamweaver, the Spry Accordion Panels have a default height which is fixed. If you don’t want to use this, or have unoccupied space inside the content panels you need […]

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