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Peter, if you search this forum for "templates" you'll find many identical
recommendations - don't use templates on sites that have more than ~50-100
pages. It's just too much manipulation of files, especially with regard to
Now - when you make your changes to the template are these files actually
updated? If so, you can catch them with the EDIT | Select Recently Modified
option on the Files panel's context menu (upper, right-hand corner).
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"romaee" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> When I alter a 'template' file, Dreamweaver indicates that all other pages
> generated using that template are updated to reflect the changes in the
> originating template - the 'put' option doesn't recognize these pages as
> changed and therefore does not upload them when I select the 'put' option.
> There are more than 1,600 files on the site (www.e-rcps.com) so
> while comparing every single file on the website with the local file is
> not an
> Thanks for any suggestions.
Thanks for replying - I have an 8 year old recipe site with some 460 recipes on it - all .shtml files, as that's the way the site started.
I've looked into WordPress and Drupal, but changing to that system loses me the 1,600 plus links that already exist to my site.... and switching to a PHP driven site loses me the shtml files.... so that leaves me with dreamweaver and templates. I've been using Homesite with 'search and replace' but that's even worse than a big, template-driven site.