Dwt not updating all pages
So if you clicked Update in step 4, you create a process stream that updates those files. All format*templates were created from the template. If you clicked Update in step 4, a second process stream would be created when the template was updated with the change to the left_file in order to update all the file that use this template.So then we have 2 process streams running at the same time.I create the template, other people create the content for our site based on the those templates.The issue is that when I make a change to the template, I would expect the pages created in Contribute to be refreshed to use the new template, but that doesn't appear to be happening. The instructions above are the way that I found is best to avoid this problem.
Which page am I suppose to update for the home page? Andy Please feel free to review / rate our software Hi Andy, Thank you for getting back to me so quickly. I have downloaded the manual, and followed the instructions with the dwt file.Sometimes the two process streams try to update the same file at the same time and Dreamweaver may crash or the file will not be updated correctly.Unfortunately Dreamweaver doesn’t handle this situation the way that it should, which would be to run one stream first and then run the second one. Sometimesthe files are updated in the server but not in the local files. If the template code is not present then the changes will not be implemented. Changing the dwt file will only update other files if: The other files are based upon the dwt file. Also, have you changed the template code (grayed out in DW) in another program or notepad?
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I did 2 things in this fix so I don't know which one really fixed it: 1) I updated my Dreamweaver from 7.0 to 7.01 2) I deleted my site profile for the site I was working on and re-imported the site definition from a previously saved export of the site definition. I wish I had done one or the other first to see which one fixed it, but I'm just happy to be running normally again.