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Dreamweaver CS3 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual Quickstart Guide by Dori Smith, Tom Negrino

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7. Managing Styles

The two previous chapters have covered CSS and how it works with your Web pages. After you’ve gotten the hang of CSS, though, you’ll find that you’re spending too much time trying to keep track of where your styles are (inline? internal? external?) and in what order they apply to your site. Or maybe it’ll be that you’re testing styles, but don’t want to change your entire site yet.

No matter what your particular issue, Dreamweaver has made it simple and straightforward to manage moving, duplicating, and deleting styles.

Renaming Styles

The names Dreamweaver assigns to styles for you aren’t particularly helpful or meaningful. It’s a good idea to give styles a descriptive name of your own choosing. You may also find you need ...

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