by Christopher Heng, Nearly all websites have more than one page.
Creating multiple pages for a website is a relatively simple task; things only get troublesome when you want to make a design change that affects all the pages of your website.
In addition, for those who are completely new to making a website, I strongly recommend that you read How to Make / Create Your Own Website: The Beginner's A-Z Guide first.
By the end of this chapter, you will have created nearly all the pages of your website.
I have an existing site in a path, and I've pointed the Dream Weaver site to it. But whenever I save this file, none of the html files which should make use of it change.
What do I need to do to get DW to update the html files that make use of it?
Chapters 5–7: j Query Mobile 1.0 updater extension for Dreamweaver CS5.5. j Query Mobile no longer automatically adds a Back button in the header of a page block.
You can read the reasoning behind this move in this j Query Mobile blog post, “Toolbar back button: Relevant on the web?
So to update a CSS what you need to do is to have your cursor selected in the style that you’d like to change and what will happen on the right hand side here is Dreamweaver should be clever enough to explain which tags being styled.
You can see here its told me its my h1 thats being styled.
It is not known if an updater for CS5.5 will be made available at a later date.