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Here are seven common mistakes that will result in changes not propagating
from Template to child -
1. Rename the Templates folder
2. Move the Templates folder to some other folder level in the site other
than root level
3. Move a template out of the Templates folder.
4. Make changes to an editable region of the template (which will not
5. Assume that template changes can be uploaded to the server without also
uploading the changed local files
6. Corrupt the site cache so that the link between template and child page
7, Improperly create your child pages by simply opening the template,
adding page specific content, and resaving the template with an *.html
extension rather that its *.dwt extension. (you can tell if this is the case
by looking at the code on a child page - if you see anything like <!--
TemplateBeginEditable... then this is what you have done). If you *have
done this*, then recreate the child pages (in DWCS3) using FILE | New > Page
from Template, select the template and click CREATE.
The 6th problem can be repaired by using SITE | Advanced > Recreate Site
Cache, and the six others can be fixed by just not doing them. Have you
done any of those?
Or, read this -
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"caedwyne" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> what could I be doing that stops a functioning template from updating
> created from it after I update the template?
> I have tried updating the page and tried re-applying the template to the
> but the file just ignores it and is just what it was before the template
> changed. The problem is with a vertical spry menu.