If it's saved anywhere else, there will be problems. Upload all files to your site by selecting your root folder, and clicking the "sync" button in the files window.

Template1This is the first file you make using the template file (Template1). This will upload all the new files, not just the ones you remember making.

These websites can then be viewed by anyone else connected to the Internet.

The simplest way to build a consistent site is to make a single template, and build all the pages off that template.

Commonly, there's a navigation bar, or area that has all the links, a css style sheet that defines all the styles and some header items. The areas that change are called "editable regions". All pages made from a template look just like the template, , all the pages will magically change to look like the new and improved cookie cutter.

When I duplicated an HTML in my project folder in Dreamweaver, I moved the file to a folder, upon moving the file Dreamweaver prompted me with this (which is EXACTLY what I am seeking for in Atom. A workaround I have done for this issue, although not the most ideal, is to create a template webpage that resides in each folder of my website.

This allows me to only have to setup/update the URL’s for each new webpage in a new folder rather than creating a new file from scratch in each folder and updating the links again and again.

Some websites require a subscription to access some or all of their content.

Examples of subscription websites include many business(...) " class="glossary Link " onclick="window.open('https:// '_blank')"web browser is a software application for retrieving, presenting, and traversing information resources on the World Wide Web.

To enable editing options in Business Catalyst, see Enable editing options (Muse users) .

Templates can be assigned from either the templates sections or right from with the "Page Details" Section of any page.

You can see that you can only edit the editable region (Main). Save it in your lessons folder, not your "Templates" folder. Make another file the same way, with different words and pictures, and save it as Template Page1 Make sure you have an editable region called "Main". Save this file as Template2A.html, and do the same for Template1B.html, applying the new template, and saving it as Template2 Template1Your first template Template2Your second template Template1This is the first page you build using your first template.

Here are the files you have made: Template1This file is a Dreamweaver template. Template1This is the second page you built using your first template.

Only things inside the editable region will not change. For this lesson, you will build two different templates, and apply them both to the same content.