4 Replies Latest reply on Nov 15, 2008 11:44 AM by Newsgroup_User

    CSS in CS3

    willow52
      Hi, I'm feeling a little , no really stupid right now. I've been using CS3 for about a month. Last week the css styles stopped being applied.
      I am definitely at the 'novice' level.

      When I apply a style, the property inspector indicates the style is applied but it is not The "all" under the css styles shows the style, when I go to "Current" it gives me 'no css property apply to current selection"

      What have I done to cause this.
      I've tried starting a new document, attaching a style sheet, deleting the sheet, starting new styles and getting myself totally confused.
        • 1. Re: CSS in CS3
          Level 7
          VIEW | Style Rendering > Display Styles (is this enabled?)

          Can you show us a page where you are seeing this effect, and please tell us
          what rule you are trying to apply and where you are trying to apply it?

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          "willow52" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
          news:gflb3t$jf2$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          > Hi, I'm feeling a little , no really stupid right now. I've been using CS3
          > for
          > about a month. Last week the css styles stopped being applied.
          > I am definitely at the 'novice' level.
          >
          > When I apply a style, the property inspector indicates the style is
          > applied
          > but it is not The "all" under the css styles shows the style, when I go
          > to
          > "Current" it gives me 'no css property apply to current selection"
          >
          > What have I done to cause this.
          > I've tried starting a new document, attaching a style sheet, deleting the
          > sheet, starting new styles and getting myself totally confused.
          >

          • 2. Re: CSS in CS3
            willow52 Level 1


            Now I feel foolish!
            Yes somewhere along the way I turned that off.
            CS3 has so much.. I get lost. I'll just blame it on my age, and not being able to keep up.
            I have a son that I think was born with a keyboard in his hands, and thinks I can learn by just doing.

            Thank you so much. Next time I won't wait so long to ask.
            • 3. Re: CSS in CS3
              Level 7
              Good luck!

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              Adobe Community Expert
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              "willow52" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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              >
              >
              > Now I feel foolish!
              > Yes somewhere along the way I turned that off.
              > CS3 has so much.. I get lost. I'll just blame it on my age, and not being
              > able
              > to keep up.
              > I have a son that I think was born with a keyboard in his hands, and
              > thinks I
              > can learn by just doing.
              >
              > Thank you so much. Next time I won't wait so long to ask.
              >

              • 4. Re: CSS in CS3
                Level 7
                willow52,

                Don't feel so bad. This happened to enough people that the setting is no
                longer saved across DW sessions in CS4. IOW, if you shutdown and restart
                DW CS4, display styles gets turned back on.

                Same for target media type of "screen".

                HTH,
                Randy


                > Now I feel foolish!
                > Yes somewhere along the way I turned that off.
                > CS3 has so much.. I get lost. I'll just blame it on my age, and not being able
                > to keep up.
                > I have a son that I think was born with a keyboard in his hands, and thinks I
                > can learn by just doing.
                >
                > Thank you so much. Next time I won't wait so long to ask.