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Chapter 3. Implementing Common Elements > Making Shared Assets Available

Making Shared Assets Available

SSIs are not the only type of common element on the Web designer's palette. Other assets—such as images, Flash movies, and even blocks of code—can be inserted in various pages throughout a Web site. Contribute has the capability to make such shared assets available to all—or just some—of a site's content contributors.

Through a feature called shared assets, new in Contribute 3, any image, Flash movie, or Dreamweaver library item can be jointly identified. To qualify as a shared asset, a file must be present on the Web server. You can specify particular assets to be shared for individual roles defined in the Contribute administration profile, or enable them all to be shared across the board.


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