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Go to Page & Editing eMail Template

Thread began 11/17/2010 5:16 pm by julie383376 | Last modified 11/17/2010 6:13 pm by julie383376 | 932 views | 3 replies


Wow - that was quick :)

No prob re: going back in to set the Go To Page.

Re: the template... I don't really know what I'm seeing when I look at the code - I can probably muddle through it, but it would take a while - so this may be a dumb question...

I have one file that was created and put in the template. I just let it do its thing so I could see if the form worked.

I also have a file that I created while in the Dreamweaver interface. It's located at


Can I copy the contents of that file (while in code view), then paste it & replace the contents of:


Or will there be some trouble because it's in a different folder...

Or will that even work? (They don't look anything alike starting at line 1!)

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