Join David Powers for an in-depth discussion in this video Modifying files, part of Dreamweaver: Working with Git Version Control.
- [Tutor] Now that we've made an initial commit…of the files in our test website, let's make some changes,…I'm going to add an image to this first paragraph here,…so select that in Live View and Insert, Image,…we're going to nest it inside the paragraph,…and this is the image I'm going to select, guardhouse.jpg.…and I want to get the text to float around side it,…so click the plus icon in the element display…then .floatleft, create a class,…yes, I want it in styles.css, that's fine,…go to the CSS Designer, it's created that class for me,…select that, make sure Show Set is not selected,…right margin, we'll have one em…and then float is just a bit further down, float left…and those are all of the changes that I'm going to make,…so I want to save these files,…File, Save all related files and as soon as I do so,…on line 11 in the gutter there is this yellow mark,…that indicates that the code on line 11 has been modified…and if I go to styles.css and scroll down,…the gutter mark alongside lines nine to 12 is green,…
- Why use Git in Dreamweaver CC?
- Installing Git on Windows and macOS
- Setting Git preferences
- Working with a local repository
- Staging and committing files
- Modifying files
- Creating a branch
- Rolling back
- Working with remote repositories