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Hey Everyone

I have just finished the design for the pages, and i am now going to put together the templates, i have set my editable regions, but when i create a new page from the template, the regions that i should be able to change can not be accessed, now i think i know the reason why and that is because i am using over-flow which is set to hidden, on the main content div, because every time i worked on the page i had to double click the overflow (well that is what i think it was), but now i can't do that on my template, so it isn't letting me change anything.

So i wondered if this is anything that people have run in to, and if there is a fix for it??

Thanks for any help.
Mar 16 '07 #1
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Hey Everyone

I have just finished the design for the pages, and i am now going to put together the templates, i have set my editable regions, but when i create a new page from the template, the regions that i should be able to change can not be accessed, now i think i know the reason why and that is because i am using over-flow which is set to hidden, on the main content div, because every time i worked on the page i had to double click the overflow (well that is what i think it was), but now i can't do that on my template, so it isn't letting me change anything.

So i wondered if this is anything that people have run in to, and if there is a fix for it??

Thanks for any help.
I'm totally confused. Post a link to the site or some code so we can see what you're trying to accomplish.
Mar 17 '07 #2

mohsenhosseini
P: 28
hi
do you use adobe dreamweaver to design your template.

if yes, then just check your temlate editable settings.
i dont think it depend on your over-flow value.

regards.
Mar 21 '07 #3

P: 21
hi
do you use adobe dreamweaver to design your template.

if yes, then just check your temlate editable settings.
i dont think it depend on your over-flow value.

regards.
Hey mohsenhosseini

How do i go about checking my template editable settings in dreamweaver??

Thanks for the help
Mar 22 '07 #4

P: 21
Also just to add some more, when i create my new page from the template, i can see the overflow container, so i place my mouse over it, and a yellow menu pops up and at the bottom it says: Overflow:hidden (double click to edit) but i can't double click on it, because the outer div that has the overflow is not an editable region, and it blocks me from editing the main content inside it.

I hope i explained that well enough? It is just driving me a bit mad at the moment, because i am trying to get on with my work, but it is stopping me from doing anything!!

Thanks for the help
Mar 22 '07 #5

mohsenhosseini
P: 28
hi
i found some usefull article in your subject, in this link .
check it
http://www.tutorialized.com/tutorials/Dreamweaver/Templates/1

regards
mh
Mar 30 '07 #6

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