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HTML Editor will not load CSS

Thread began 1/29/2010 3:56 am by miller06233982 | Last modified 1/30/2010 10:31 am by miller06233982 | 1939 views | 10 replies


Ho Don,

Have searched for your custom styles xml file, but can't find it All of these need to be on your server and in the right directory. I also see that in the various files there is reference to both 'demos' and 'Demos'. - it is good to try to keep to the correct case.

Did you define a new site in Dreamweaver, - specifying a new (empty) 'root' folder for local site, and new (empty) 'root' folder for your testing server before you started as I suggested? I don't see how the xml file could be missing.

According to the convention HTML Editor seems to use to set up your styles xml file, it should be: - (or 2.xml, 3.xml etc, depending on how many goes you had installing it. (I tried up to 10). It should be in the same folder as the ' HTMLEditor_undefinedStyles1.xml' which is in there.

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