I use DW a lot and I run into this problem occasionaly. I write all my css
manualy in the code view and it works fine for me. It never happened to me
that the site would look so bad in DW that it would be useles. Maybe silly
to ask... but anyway...did you check your page in different browsers and
looks fine everywhere?
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From: "jeffrey morin" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
To: "CSS" [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
Sent: Monday, March 12, 2007 4:44 PM
Subject: [css-d] dreamweaver css
> hello everyone,
> i have a dilemma. i have a client who updates their sites content with
> dreamweaver. however, i layout all my code in a text editor and when it is
> opened in dreamweaver it does not give an accurate portrayal of what the
> site looks like in a browser. divs overlap, spacing is different etc.
> i fear this will A) freak out the client when they see it in dreamweaver
> B) make it more difficult for them to update.
> does anyone run into this problem or is this a problem that could be with
> code. i know dreamweaver has come a long way as far as css support but has
> it not come far enough? are tables needed in situations like these?
> share your thoughts with me on this. i'm not sure what direction to go
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