Using editable attributes


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Using editable attributes

There are going to be times that as you plan your templates, you may have elements on the page that although they have certain attributes which change from page-to-page, the entire element itself stays the same. This could be the source of an image or the destination of a link, you know things like that. But in these cases instead of making the whole element an editable region, you can simply make the attribute itself editable. Take our template. We need to be able to control our navigation and breadcrumbs through the template itself. To indicate the current page in our navigation, we will assign the class Current to the link.

To adjust the page layout in the event of a page needing breadcrumbs, we assign the class hasCrumbs to the body tag. By simply making those attributes editable, we can change the entire complexion of the page through simply assigning those classes. We're not limited to class attributes either. Link sources, image alt tags, image sources, element IDs, really any...

Using editable attributes
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Using editable attributes provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Dreamweaver CS5 Essential Training

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