As you design a template, you specify as “editable” which content users can edit in a document based on that template.
Templates enable template authors to control which page elements template users—such as writers, graphic artists, or other web developers—can edit.
There are several types of template regions the template author can include in a document.
I am hoping that someone out there can answer my question.
Ok So I have My SQL database all set up made a Database with tables and populated them (btw I am using Navicat to edit My SQL Database tables) then I linked the data from my database tables to my dynamic asp page which has tables.
Everything is fine the tables on my ASP page are displaying the data linked from My SQL database tables.
The problem I am having is that I went into my tables and changed all of the data to different data still with the same fields saved My SQL table with the new data but when I open my ASP table it is still showing the old data which has been deleted out of the My SQl table and replaced with new data.
1) Why is it showing the old data from My SQL table when it is not even there anymore ?
2) Where is it getting this old data from as far as I can see it doesn't exist in My SQL table because I replaced it with new data ?
When I set up a q record set query in Dreamweaver and view the table contents it shows the new data correctly but yet in my ASP page tables it still showing data that I already changed in My SQL Database ??
A template is a special type of document that you use to design a “fixed” page layout; you can then create documents based on the template that inherit its page layout.
If you want to reuse individual design elements, such as a site’s copyright information or a logo, create library items.