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Adding Styles to the HTML Editor

Thread began 2/08/2010 4:11 pm by christine310921 | Last modified 2/20/2010 2:09 am by christine310921 | 2627 views | 15 replies


Re-entering the HTML editor to add styles


Thanks for all the help in changing the Heading tags. I implemented that and it works just fine. I am still having a problem adding my styles to the editor. I am opening contents_insert.php and then clicking on the HTML Editor in the Web Assist toolbar at the top of DW. It opens the editor but I think it is for a new one as it is asking for Editor preset <new from blank> as default. If I click the Customize button next to that and then the Styling tab I can then navigate to my main.css file, select the classes I want to include
and click OK. Trouble is a box then opens that asks to save changes as an existing design project and the name is <New from Blank>. Hope someone can help me figure this out. It would appear I am creating a new editor not going into the one already on that page. I looked at the Properties Pane but there is nothing there to help.

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