Using Design-Time style sheets


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Using Design-Time style sheets

Managing complex CSS layouts in Dreamweaver can sometimes be a bit of challenge. Although Dreamweaver's styling rendering engine does a pretty good job in most instances, it's not always going to give you an accurate preview of what your page is going to look like and in some cases it will actually display elements improperly, making them very difficult if not impossible to select and edit. So it's not uncommon to have specific elements on a page hidden through your CSS as well. And that forces you to either switch to Code View, or turn your rendering off altogether when editing them. So in this movie we are going to explore using Dreamweaver's design-time style sheets.

Design-time style sheets let you display one style sheet in design view and usually it's a simplified version, while using another sheet or sheets for the actual rendering. So of course we're in Dreamweaver. I am going to go over to my Files panel and from the site that we defined, if you'r...

Using Design-Time style sheets
Video duration: 6m 20s 11h 10m Intermediate

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Using Design-Time style sheets provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Dreamweaver CS3 Beyond the Basics

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Web
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Dreamweaver
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