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If you look closely at your code, it's pointing to Bootstrap on content distribution network servers (CDNs). Even if you had access to the physical files (which you do not), you should never attempt to edit Bootstrap files directly. It's a recipe for failure. However, feel free to create a separate external stylesheet in your local site folder for your custom or overriding BS styles.
I don't believe that the CDN files are an issue here, since Dreamweaver makes no attempt to show them to me. The "Agency.css" file is local. Here is the section of Dreamweaver-generated HTML from the template:
<title>Bootstrap Agency Template</title>
<!-- Bootstrap -->
<link rel="stylesheet" href="css/bootstrap.css">
<link href="Agency.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
<!-- HTML5 shim and Respond.js for IE8 support of HTML5 elements and media queries -->
<!-- WARNING: Respond.js doesn't work if you view the page via file:// -->
<!--[if lt IE 9]>
Note that I have not yet done anything except select the Bootstrap template, answered two "save as" dialogs, and the "copy files" dialog. The file that's not found is something that has been referenced by the template. The other files listed in the "copy" dialog were all created locally as expected.
Is C:\shared\biz\Websites\FirstBootstrap\ your site root folder?
Yes, that is the site root folder.
Can you see Agency.css in your Files panel?
Are you able to open Agency.css in code view?
No, the file does not exist anywhere in my site's tree. The rest of the files shown by the template's "copy files" dialog all copied into the site folder. However, "Agency.css" (or the other templates' .css files -- such as "eCommerce.css" for the "Bootstrap-eCommerce" template) don't copy.
The first time I created the file from the template, I renamed it to all-lowercase, and told it to save it into the "css" folder. Thinking that that might be a problem, all my future tests used the defaults for all of the dialogs that came up for the template creation.
Adobe tech support reset the DW CC 2015 preferences, and the template no longer attempts to create the (unneeded) Agency.css file.
unneeded? What if I want to copy the code elsewhere?
This discussion is 2 years old. Please start a new discussion and tell us which version of DW and what you're trying to do that you can't.