Join James Williamson for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Check In/Check Out, part of Dreamweaver CS3 Beyond the Basics.
When working in a collaborative environment it's very easy for someone to…overwrite a file that has been reasonably updated by another team member. In our…last exercise we talked about Synchronization, and Synchronization only looks…for newer files on the remote or newer files locally, it doesn't really look to…see if you are uploading a file, if it's overriding a file that doesn't match…up with your previous version.…So that could cause a lot of hard ache.…So to help you avoid this, if you are working in collaborative environment,…Dreamweaver has a great feature called Check In and Check Out. So what we are…going to do is we are going to go ahead and enable that and we enable Check In…and Check Out when we are defining our site. So, I am going to back up to Site…and Manage Sites, and again I am going to check Chapter 10 here and choose Edit…and I'll check my Remote Info and on my Remote Info I am going to enable the…file check-in and check-out.…
We have a little checkbox that says Check out files when opening. If you are…
- Reviewing and customizing the coding toolbar
- Understanding the CSS Styles panel
- Using absolute and relative positioning
- Creating accessible forms
- Building AJAX pages with the Spry framework
- Extending templates
- Working with XML and XSL
- Building dynamic content
- Creating custom behaviors in Dreamweaver
- Running reports
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: In the Chapter 3 movie “Creating rounded corners with background graphics”, the instructor uses a .last class selector. What are the CSS properties of this selector?
A: The .last selector is as follows:
background: url(../_images/current_btm_bg.gif) no-repeat bottom
The background is the bottom rounded corner graphic, the bottom padding keeps the type away from the bottom of the box and thus the rounded corners, and the margin ensures that the box elements fit seamlessly with each other.
1. Dreamweaver Workflow Techniques
2. Working with Style Sheets
3. CSS Layout
4. Working with Forms
5. Building AJAX Pages with the Spry Framework
6. Extending Templates
7. Working with XML and XSL
8. Building Dynamic Content
9. Extending Dreamweaver
10. Publishing and Collaborative Tools
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