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When importing CSS styles everything is treated as a tag attribute

Thread began 3/03/2011 7:02 pm by YellowCircleWeb | Last modified 3/04/2011 12:24 pm by YellowCircleWeb | 1293 views | 6 replies


Ok that seems a strange way of doing things. In my blueText example the value blueText appears in my editor's style drop-down menu but it's not coloured blue. Similarly, when I select text in the main editor window and apply the style blueText to it, it doesn't turn the text blue. The only way it does do this is if I manually add in the additional values 'color' and a hex colour value in the Editor back in Dreamweaver.

I don't get how this is an improvement over the previous release? Am I missing the point or something?? If I deployed this to a client they would be confused. They would tell me they'd chosen blueText but the text was not shown in blue in their editor.

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