Updating website with dreamweaver

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Due to the 7.0.1 update, users no longer notices any performance issues when switching projects or typing in pages where nested tables were embedded.The update solves some additional rendering issues related to ASP.This version is currently obsolete since there are newer editions being released on a regular basis by Adobe, yet there are still some users who stuck with the old edition released by Macromedia.

you can see wrong path, but it should has began with "/your website name or folder name/libarary/... One of the most difficult tasks for a web designer is updating legacy websites.Legacy websites are websites which have existed for many years.and when I go to edit the template and library files in Dreamweaver, they do not update their child-pages. I went back into my other drive (that I had initially made the website in), and updated something on the template page, and a thing pops up and goes through the process of updating each of the child pages. Does anyone have any idea what is going on with copying the files to another drive, that makes it not update? If that does not recognise that the page you updated has children it will likely be an issue because of the path of the files.If this is the case I would recommend you manage it as a new 'site' in Dreamweaver, but to do so I would export the original in the manage dialogue to a file, then import it back into DW Which version of DW are you using?Often these sites have outdated code or are badly in need of an upgrade.

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