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Social Media Toolkit Placeholder image

Thread began 7/19/2011 4:41 am by Thomas Hill | Last modified 7/21/2011 9:50 am by Thomas Hill | 876 views | 2 replies

Thomas Hill

Social Media Toolkit Placeholder image


Is there anyway to change the size of the Social Media Toolkit Placeholder image? Obviously, I've got everything looking fine in the browser but the placeholder is rather large and it shunts everything in Dreamweaver and is making page design/editing a little difficult.

Perhaps this image is being used from one of the system folders but I cannot find it to edit it. Alternatively, if there is not a way to do this, then is there a way to 'hide' this element in Dreamweaver?

I'm using a Mac 10.5.8 in case you need to direct me to a system folder.

Many thanks in advance.


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