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Covering diverse topics such as improving workflow and managing CSS styles, Dreamweaver CS3 Beyond the Basics is a hands-on course that teaches users how to move beyond standard, static websites. Instructor James Williamson explores how to increase productivity, interactivity, and accessibility with Dreamweaver. He also discusses how to extend the application's capabilities with XML and XSL. Exercise files accompany the tutorials.
A Shared folder contains a lot of different scripts and extensions and code that have been added to Dreamweaver over the years and you can use one of the codes in your own functions and extensions as you are writing them. So I am going to click on MM and we will choose scripts and inside that I am going to scroll down and find the CMN, scroll down and you are going to find string.js and that's the one we are looking for. So that's a really long path and it might not be the same on every system, so you want to go ahead and browse that. So once you go into Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 and I will just go backward so we can see my path. You will go into Configuration, Shared, MM, Scripts, CMN and then you are going to find String.
Type will be text, id will also be title, remember to spell them exactly the same, capitalization counts and for size I am just going to go ahead and put 40 and that is going to be the width of my input. So we will go ahead and do a self closed tag on that, close your paragraph out and save the file. Now if I do switch back to Design View, I can see a very simple form Title of new style sheet file, so your user interface doesn't require a submit button, it doesn't require any of that. As a behavior, it will assemble your form onto a dialog box and you will have your OK button, your Cancel button, and it will build out the rest of the interface for you.
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