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For example, in a new document draw a layer using Dreamweaver and type some text into it, drag it to the center of the document. Now click your mouse cursor at the top of the Design View window and type a sentence. The sentence will remain at the top of the document. The text and layer in the Design View of Dreamweaver 50 If you switch into Code View you can see that the sentence outside the layer comes after the content of the layer.

this is layer one

This is some text

If you delete the style attribute of this div while in Code View, so that you end up with the following mark-up:

this is layer one

This is some text

Then switch back into Design View you will see that the content has returned to the logical order in which it is found within the html.

5. 6. 7. From the Design Panel, choose CSS Styles. Bring up the context menu by right (shift) clicking in the panel. Choose New CSS Style. The New CSS Style dialog appears. Under Type, select "Redefine HTML Tag" In the Tag drop-down box, select "body" Select Define In "New Style Sheet File" Click OK. You'll be asked to save your CSS file. css, click Save. The Style Dialog appears. Once it does, select Background under the Category list. Figure 2 shows the Background Style dialog filled out with the information in Listing 1.

You will be able to see all of the different classes that we have created. CSS isn't difficult to understand and if you read through the stylesheet you should be able to identify the different things that we did within the Dreamweaver interface. nav. nav a:active, which define how the link is styled when unvisited, when already visited, when the cursor is over the link and when the link is clicked. Copy this section then scroll down right to the bottom of the stylesheet and paste them there. navlist a:active { font-family: Georgia, "Times New Roman", Times, serif; font-size: 16px; font-weight: bold; color: #666666; text-decoration: none; display: block; padding-left: 6px; } Save this stylesheet, switch back to Design View and you should see the change, again: preview in a browser to check that it is all working properly.

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