Attaching external style sheets


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Attaching external style sheets

So how do you go about getting your styles into an External Style Sheet and then attaching them to the page? Dreamweaver makes the process pretty seamless and gives you a tremendous amount of flexibility and control. Whenever you create a New Rule, Dreamweaver gives you the option of where to place those rules. You can place them in a new style sheet, which will then prompt you to create a new one, place the rule in an existing style sheet, if you already have one attached, or simply embed the rule in the current page, which would restrict it to only the current document. In this movie, we'll start by attaching an existing style sheet to our page and then experiment with ways to move a rule from one style sheet to another.

So I have the Index page from the 06_12 folder opened up, and it looks un-styled except for one thing. This headline, "Explore our world your way," looks like it's been styled. If I look over at the CSS Styles panel, indeed I can see that I have a rule #...

Attaching external style sheets
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Attaching external style sheets provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Dreamweaver CS5 Essential Training

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Web
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Dreamweaver
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