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Chapter 15. Working with Macromedia Drea... > Altering Editable Content

Altering Editable Content

After you have created a new document that is based on a Dreamweaver template, you'll begin to notice some interesting characteristics of the new document. Within a template-based page are regions of the document that are editable and regions that are not editable (see Figure 15.4):

  • Editable regions— Areas of the document that can be modified. Anything can be in an editable region: text, images, even Flash movies. An editable region is wrapped with a blue container box and has a tabbed label that contains the name of that editable region.

  • Uneditable regions— Any area that is not within an editable region is locked. Contribute does not allow you to make any changes to these document sections. The locked areas of a template are identified by a change of the cursor to the universal No Access symbol of the circle with a diagonal line through it. Uneditable regions are locked from content contributors because they might contain design elements such as logos, navigation, standard text, and other elements that a contributor should not change.


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