Cistý design wrote:
>>>> 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.
You can use a design-time stylesheet if your client just needs to be
able to get to the text to edit it and understands that the page will
look different when rendered by a browser.
I've done that for myself on the odd occasion that I've maintained
content on a static web site.
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