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Old 11-30-2008, 01:47 PM   #1
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Default Templates and CSS menus

I built a menu with CSS and buried it in a Dreamweave template. I made the menu div editable so I could style the button for the current page with a different color from the rest. In doing so, I killed one of the advantages of a template: making changes to the menu in the template does NOT cause updates in the relevant pages.

In theory, DW has a way to make certain attributes in non-editable regions changable, but I have yet to figure out how it works.

Is there an easier way to accomplish what I want: something in the editable content of a page that highlights the menu button for the current page?
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