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Business As Usual

Just because you prefer to not use inline styles when creating layers—because you’ve learned the benefits of externalizing your CSS—doesn’t mean that you can’t take advantage of the fields in the Property inspector for layers. You don’t have to edit the external CSS file manually or by using the CSS Style Definition dialog. Dreamweaver doesn’t care whether your CSS is inline or external; it is just business as usual. You can modify the values in the Property inspector or drag and adjust the layer itself within the document, and Dreamweaver updates the external CSS file.

Just in case you’re a little confused, a layer in Dreamweaver might have an opening tag that looks something like this:


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