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Descargar Manual De Dreamweaver Cs3

It provides information about how each type of extension works; the API functions that Dreamweaver calls to implement the various objects, menus, floating panels, server behaviors, and so on, that make up the features of Dreamweaver;. Documentation Resource Center Improve your Dreamweaver skills with books from Adobe. Check out the latest content written by the experts at Deprecated functions In Dreamweaver CS3, several functions have been deprecated. Ways to customize Dreamweaver There are several general approaches to customizing Dreamweaver. Some of these approaches are covered in Using Dreamweaver. Make a copy of the file somewhere other than the Configuration folder. Open the copy in Dreamweaver, edit the form, and save it. Quit Dreamweaver. Copy the changed file back to the Configuration folder in place of the original. Restart Dreamweaver. Customizing the interpretation of third-party tags Server-side technologies such as ASP, ColdFusion, JSP, and PHP use special non-HTML code in HTML files; servers create and serve HTML content based on that code. Optional attributes are marked in the attribute lists with curly braces ( ); all attributes not marked with curly braces are required.. Instead, the start and end tags and their contents appear as a single icon.Windows 2000 and Windows XP platforms use the following location: hard disk:\Documents and Settings\username\Application Data\Adobe\Dreamweaver 9\Configuration Note: In Windows XP, this folder may be inside a hidden folder. Then edit the copy in your user Configuration folder.Contents None (empty tag). Container This tag must be contained in a deleteditems Example. This subfolder contains default pages (templates) for each document type. In the previous example, the loadString the title and description for ASP-JS type documents. For more information about localized strings, see “Localized strings”.

The identifies whether the Design view is enabled internaltype for this document and handles special cases such as Dreamweaver templates or extensions. The following values are valid: Dynamic (has special display regions) To change this default file extension, you must reorder the exten- sions in the comma-separated list so the new default is listed first. Windows 2000 and Windows XP platforms use the following location: hard disk:\Documents and Settings\username\Application Data\Adobe\Dreamweaver 9\Configuration Note: In Windows XP, this folder may be inside a hidden folder. Open Extensions.txt in Dreamweaver or a text editor. Add a new line for each new file type. In capital letters, enter the filename extensions that the new file type can have, separated by commas;. The localized string is defined in the next step.If Dreamweaver cannot map the file extension to a document type, Dreamweaver opens the document as a text file. Customizing workspace layouts Dreamweaver lets you customize the workspace layout, including which panels are in the specified layout, as well as other attributes such as the positions and sizes of the panels, their collapsed or expanded states, the position and size of the application window, and the position and size of the Document window. The string is in the form “left top right bottom” rect specified as integers. Container This tag must be contained in a panelcontainer Example. Click the third image button in the upper right of the dialog box to export the set as an HTML file. After saving the summary file, close the Keyboard Shortcut Editor dialog box. These two devices are code hints and code coloring. In addition, Dreamweaver validates your code for the target browsers that you specify and allows you to change default HTML formatting. For example, JavaScript code populates the list of session variables in the Bindings panel. You can use the same code to add a Code Hints menu, so when a user types displays a menu of session variables.

The Spry code hinting file (SpryCodeHints.xml) has the same basic format as CodeHints.xml. The list of classes can grow to include other class spry classes from different spry packages (such as: Debug, Data, Utils, Widgets, and Effects), or other Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax) toolkits or JavaScript libraries. You can see the menu types that Dreamweaver defines by menugroup selecting the Code Hints category from the Preferences dialog box. Select Preferences from the Edit menu to display the Preferences dialog box. Dreamweaver opens the menu whenever the user types the last character of the string in the pattern attribute.When value the user selects the item from the menu and presses Enter or Return, Dreamweaver replaces all the text that the user typed since the menu opened. For methods, the pattern attribute pattern describes the name of the object, the name of the method, and the method’s arguments. For a function name, the Code Hints menu appears when the user types function. The pattern attribute describes the pattern name of the object, the name of the method, and the method’s arguments. The menu shows the list of arguments for the method. The Code Hints menu appears when the user types menu shows the methods that have been specified for the object. This argument is required.This argument is required.For more information on this function, see the Dreamweaver API Reference. To update a code coloring scheme or add a new scheme, you must modify the code coloring definition files.Dreamweaver shows a combination of scheme name and field name, such as. If you do not specify a name, the fields for the scheme do not appear in the Edit Coloring Scheme HTML Comment dialog box. You must specify the tags in pairs. Multiple charEnd charStart Attributes None. Example Description Contains a text string that represents an escape character. Multiple Attributes None. An identifier string that maps color and style to this syntax item.

An identifier string that maps color and style to this syntax item.An identifier string that maps color and style to this syntax item.An identifier string that maps color and style to this syntax item.Values are is for tag markup language that is delimited by Attributes None. Example No Description Specifies whether the text that is matched by this scheme is locked from being edited in the Code view. Values are. Contents Example Description Representative text that appears in the Preview window of the Edit Coloring Scheme dialog box. For more infor- mation on the Edit Coloring Scheme dialog box, see “Editing schemes”. You must specify the tags in pairs.The blockStart following values are valid values for the Note: Do not confuse the. Each browser profile is defined as a text file that is named for the browser.Container property Example An object is typically used to automate inserting code Insert Bar object into a document. It can also contain a form that gathers input from the user and JavaScript that processes the input.Multiuser Configuration folders For the multiuser operating systems of Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Macintosh OS X, Dreamweaver creates a separate Configuration folder for each user in addition to the Dreamweaver Configuration folder. To reload extensions Control-click (Windows) or Option-click (Macintosh) the Categories menu in the Insert bar’s title bar. Select Reload Extensions. To avoid this problem, break the string script into pieces and concatenate them like this: Dreamweaver executes code in the onLoad command or action from a menu for the Command and Behavior action extension types. The Base Property inspector as it appears in Design view with the DOCTYPE statement (and after a few adjustments to accommodate the new rendering).The following example creates a Command extension that contains an editable select list using common JavaScript functions: To create the example:. To test the example: Restart Dreamweaver.

When you select a value from the list, an alert message displays the index of the value and the text. If you enter a value, an alert message indicates that nothing is selected. You can use the connection attribute as a JavaScript wrapper object for the new tag. Adding a variable grid control The variable grid control has the following attributes: Attribute name. The tag lets you create tree controls for any type of information; unlike the database tree control that MM:TREECONTROL is described in “Adding a database tree control”. Specifies whether the text in the column should be aligned left, right, or align center;. They are parsed by Dreamweaver and stored in the document tree. These tags can be manipulated in the same way as any other document node. For more information on functions and methods, see “The Dreamweaver Document Object Model”. Whenever the user selects a new color with the color picker, the text box updates to show the hex value for that color. Next, exit and restart Dreamweaver.It lets you access and manipulate elements within a user’s document and within the extension file. The infor- mation in this topic applies to both types of Dreamweaver documents, but the way that you reference each DOM is different. If this is the tag, the document object returns. HTML NodeList that contains all the immediate children of the tag. Text objects never have children. The following table describes the properties and methods of text objects that are taken from DOM Level 1 and used in Dreamweaver. These custom objects are widely used within the APIs and in writing extensions. For more dreamweaver site information on the methods of the. For information about the methods of the object, see the Dreamweaver API site site Reference. Objects commonly reside on the Insert bar, on the Insert menu, or both. Objects let users add content, such as images, absolutely positioned (AP) elements, and tables, by clicking icons or menu options.

To make the changes appear in the Insert bar, you must either restart Dreamweaver or reload extensions. For information on reloading extensions, see “Reloading extensions”. This object is useful if a user needs to make editorial comments in a document. Because this example performs text manipulation, you may want to explore some of the objects from the Text pop- up menu in the HTML category on the Insert bar as models. Next, decide whether to use objectTag() simply wraps the. Paste all the JavaScript functions into the file. Remove the functions from Strikethrough.htm, and add the JavaScript filename to the tag, as shown in the following example:. Start a new line after the category tag; then insert the for the Strikethrough object. The ID must be a unique name for the button (following standard naming conventions, use for this object). Save the file as Strikethrough.js. Next, in the Strikethrough.htm file, you add the form. The form for this example is a simple check box that calls the function when the user clicks on it. The following example builds a new category on the Insert bar called Editorial and then adds a pop-up menu to that category. For information on reloading extensions, see “Reloading extensions” on page 74. The Editorial category appears on the Insert bar: Within the opening and closing category. For information on reloading extensions, see “Reloading extensions” on page 74. Click the Editorial menu. The following pop-up menu appears: The objects API functions This section describes the functions in the objects API. You must define either the function. This function is called when the user clicks the Help button. Arguments None. Returns Dreamweaver expects nothing. Example The following example opens the myObjectHelp.htm file in a browser;. Returns Dreamweaver expects a string that contains an error message or an empty string. If it returns an empty string, the Object dialog box closes when the user clicks OK.

If it is not empty, Dreamweaver displays the error message and the dialog box remains. Dreamweaver calls the findIssue() An Issues example The following examples are the files ColAndColgroupCapturedByCaption.js ColAndColgroupCapturedByCaption.htm For information about browser compatibility check functions, see the “Page Content” topic in the Dreamweaver API Reference. Description Provides Dreamweaver with the name or short description of the issue. Arguments None. Returns A string containing the name or a short description of the issue.Commands can insert, remove, or rearrange HTML tags and attributes, comments, and text. Dreamweaver scans the command file for a function, which sizes the Options dialog box that contains the body elements of the file. If windowDimensions() function is not defined, Dreamweaver automatically sizes the dialog box. When a user clicks the Commands menu, Dreamweaver calls the item to determine whether it should be enabled. The when the user clicks OK and to call Letting the user specify uppercase or lowercase When the user clicks a menu item, the extension needs a mechanism to let the user select uppercase or lowercase. To test the extension: Restart Dreamweaver or reload extensions. For information on reloading extensions, see “Reloading extensions” on page 74. The Change Case entry should now appear on the Commands menu. Type some text in a document. If this function is not defined, no buttons appear, and the body section of the command file expands to fill the entire dialog box. If this function is not defined, the window dimensions are computed automatically. Note: Do not define this function unless you want an Options dialog box that is larger than 640 x 480 pixels.You can rearrange, rename, and remove menu commands by editing the menus.xml file. You can also add, change, and remove keyboard shortcuts for menu commands, although in most cases it is easier to do that using the Keyboard Shortcut Editor (see Dreamweaver Help).

These items are described by XML tags that you can edit in a text editor. Note: Be careful when making changes to menus. Dreamweaver ignores any menu or menu command that contains an XML syntax error. Container None. Example. Contents This tag can contain one or more activate. For information, see “About the menus.xml file” on page 137. To move a menu command: Quit Dreamweaver.Note: The term command has two meanings in Dreamweaver. Strictly speaking, a command is a particular kind of extension. If the isCommandChecked() function is not defined, no check mark appears.The specifies the name of the command file that Dreamweaver executes when Dreamweaver invokes the menu item. The value of the attribute defines the arguments that Dreamweaver will pass when it calls the arguments. For the Undo and Redo menu items, the function, depending on whether the value of the argument, dw.redo() function undoes the previous step that the user performed in the document window, dialog box, or dw.undo() panel that has focus. This array contains the name of each browser and the path to the executable file.The first test checks whether the Site panel has focus ( ). If the Site panel does not have focus, the second test checks to see if a document ( 'site') ), Text view ( 'document'. If the result of the test is true, the function checks to see if the user selected the viewTarget() primary or secondary browser. If so, the function sets the variable starts the browser ( dw.getPrimaryBrowser() loop that examines the list of browsers returned by. If this function is not defined, no buttons appear, and the body section of the Menu Commands file expands to fill the entire dialog box. Otherwise, if the arguments function (and to the “canAcceptCommand()” on page 157, “receiveArguments()” on isCommandChecked() page 159, and “setMenuText()”. Note: Do not use this function if you are using “getDynamicContent()” on page 158.

Arguments platform The value of the argument is either, depending on the user’s platform.Within a toolbar file, you can define items such as check buttons, radio buttons, text boxes, and pop-up menus using a few custom XML tags. Images can be in any format that Dreamweaver can render but are typically GIF or JPEG file formats.For the Document Title text box in the Dreamweaver toolbar, for example, the checks to see if there is a current DOM and if the current document is an HTML file. The specifies that the EditTitle.htm file contains the JavaScript functions that operate on the text box. To see the full definition of the Dreamweaver Document toolbar, see the main toolbar ( toolbars.xml file. The MM folder is reserved for Adobe files. Create another folder inside the Toolbars folder, and place your JavaScript code in that folder. Description Defines a toolbar. Dreamweaver displays the items and separators from left to right in the specified order, laying out the items automatically. Dreamweaver reports an error if the specify relative to the same toolbar, they appear in the order that Dreamweaver encounters them during below loading, which might not be predictable if the toolbars reside in separate files. Toolbar items include buttons, radio buttons, check buttons, combo boxes, pop-up menus, and so on. For a list of the types of toolbar items that you can define, see “Toolbar item tags” on page 170. Attributes The attributes vary, depending on the item that you define. For example, you can use the true when the page has a certain document type. When it is checked, it appears pressed in and highlighted. Contents None. The drop-down menu looks and acts the same as the Format control in the Text Property inspector, except it’s a standard size instead of the small Property inspector size. The attribute is an identifier for the toolbar item. The file and all files that are included within the current file.

The image attribute is optional for color pickers and is ignored for other item types. The attribute specifies the path, image relative to the Configuration folder, of the icon file that displays on the button. This attribute applies only to text box, pop-up menu, and combo box items by specifying the width of the item in pixels.As with menus, the script returns a value that specifies whether the item is enabled. If you do not specify this attribute, it defaults to enabled. The toolbar command file.Changes that you make in Code view do not onEdit trigger this event. Description Returns the current value to display in the item. Dreamweaver calls the menus, combo boxes, text boxes, and color pickers. For pop-up menus, the current value should be one of the items in the menu. Returns Dreamweaver expects a string that contains a comma-separated list of update handlers. Example function getUpdateFrequency() return onSelChange”; isCommandChecked() Availability Dreamweaver MX. Description Processes any arguments that pass from a toolbar item. The attribute in a toolbar item tag.Site reports You use the reports API to create custom site reports or modify the set of prewritten reports that come with Dreamweaver. You can access site reports only through the Reports dialog box. When it is selected, this command displays a dialog box from which the user selects reports to run on a choice of targets. The user selects which files to run the selected reports on using the Report On: pop-up menu. This menu contains the Current Document, Entire Current Local Site, Selected Files In Site, and Folder commands. List Images Close the tag, include opening and closing head. Stand-alone reports You can use the results window API to create a stand-alone report. Stand-alone reports are regular commands that directly use the results window API rather than the reports API.

You can access a stand-alone report the same way you access any other command, through the menus or through another command. If the Report command returns value from this function, the Report command is excluded from the report run.The first element is a string that contains the label for the topmost button. The second element is a string of JavaScript code that defines the behavior of the topmost button when it is clicked. Dreamweaver comes with editors for the following languages: HTML, ASP.NET, CFML, JRun, and JSP. You can customize tag editors that come with Dreamweaver, and you can create new tag editors. The most important difference is that Dreamweaver contains its own HTML renderer that displays extension user interfaces (UIs), so the Dreamweaver VTML files are not used in the graphical user interface (GUI) rendering process. When you import tags or create a new set of tags, taglibrary you can group them into tag libraries. Typically, a in a JavaServer Pages (JSP) TLD file, an XML document type definition (DTD) file, an ASP.NET namespace, or some other logical grouping. The following example demonstrates all the elements that Dreamweaver must use to define an individual tag: In order to add a tag or a set of tags to the Tag Chooser, you must add them to the tag library. Any string that is different from the other categories in this file. The following table lists the attributes of the Attribute Description Using the tag definition file, Dreamweaver can perform code hinting, code completion, and tag formatting function- ality for the tag. Description When a user clicks on a node in the tree control or clicks OK, the function performs input validation on the currently displayed HTML form elements. It is indispensable for defining, reviewing, and changing the name, size, appearance, and other attributes of the selection as well as for launching internal and external editors for the selected element.

If this function returns the value inspecting the selection. If more than one potential inspector remains after calling the sorts the remaining inspectors by priority. If more than one potential inspector shares the same priority, Dreamweaver selects an inspector alphabetically by name. Creating the image You can optionally create the image that appears in the Property inspector. To create the image: Create an image that is 36 pixels wide and 36 pixels high.The contains an HTML form; event handlers that are attached to form elements can call JavaScript code that performs arbitrary edits to the current document. The Script Editor displays the JavaScript code in the element of an HTML form that is defined in a floating panel called code in the floating panel, the extension calls the selected a script marker when you invoke the Script Editor, the extension displays. Both tags use the attribute to specify the position ( style and default setting ( visibility visible and a series of break ( ) tags to position the text in the center of the panel. It then calls the that document is, first, an element and, second, a function makes the selectionChanged() JavaScript code. It also sets the visibility following figure shows the scriptlayer If the selected node is not an element, or it is not a floating panel visible and hides the blanklayer. If you select the menu item when a script marker has not been selected, Dreamweaver displays the panel that contains the text blanklayer To add the menu item:. This function should be defined only if the floating panel must track edits to the document. If this function is not defined, the default position is the center of the screen.Description Specifies whether other panels can dock to this floating panel. If the weaver prevents other panels from docking to this one. Dreamweaver calls this function when the user tries to combine this panel with others. These pauses let the user continue inter- setTimeout() acting with the application.

Actions are the part of a behavior that you can control; when you write a behavior, you’re really writing an Action file. If the return value of this function is example, the Control Shockwave action is dimmed when the user’s document has no SWF files.) If the return value is a list of events, Dreamweaver compares each event with the valid events for the currently selected HTML element. Save the file as netscapecontent.htm in the same folder as the iecontent.htm file. Restart Dreamweaver. This function is called when the user clicks the Help button. Arguments None. Returns Dreamweaver expects nothing.The length of the list must equal the number of arguments in the function call.If this function is not defined, the window dimensions are computed automatically. If a Dreamweaver user repeatedly inserts the same runtime code into documents, you can create a new extension to automate updating a document with these frequently used code blocks. A code block is a single, continuous block of script, such as a server-side tag, an HTML tag, or an attribute that adds server-side functionality to a web page. An EDML file defines each code block as a participant. All the participants for a given server behavior comprise one participant group. A partic- ipant file must be listed in a group file to be available to a Dreamweaver document author. Several group files can use a single participant file. In this case, the Suppose the Recordset1, DynamicText1, and DynamicText2 server behaviors are on a page. Both DynamicText server behaviors need Recordset1 to exist on the page. Dreamweaver calls this function before the Server Behaviors dialog box appears. If this function returns a value, the Server Behaviors dialog box does not appear and the attempt to add a server behavior stops.It is called when the user clicks the Minus (-) button on the Server Behaviors panel. It can edit a user’s document. For more information, see “dwscripts.deleteSB()” on page 254.

For more information, see “dwscripts.findSBs()” on page 253 and Dreamweaver API Reference. Arguments None. Returns Dreamweaver expects an array of JavaScript objects; the length of the array is equal to the number of behavior instances that are found in the page. Server behavior implementation functions These functions can be added or edited within the HTML script files or the specified JavaScript files that are listed within the HTML script file. dwscripts.findSBs() Availability Dreamweaver MX (this function replaces the. Pay attention to the dependency of one element upon another. Parent None. Type Block tag. Required Yes. attributes The following items are valid attributes of the group tag.For Dreamweaver CS3, the version number is 9. Multiple versions of a server behavior can differ, depending on which data source you use. Required Value The value is a unique string that determines which group to apply, as shown in the following example: This group attribute defines the long version of the attribute.Required Yes. attributes The following items are valid attributes of the tag.The tag should be the same as the filename of the participant (without the.edml file extension).Required Description This tag is a simple search string that is used for performance reasons. It cannot be a regular expression. If the string is found in the current document, the rest of the search patterns are called to locate specific instances. This string can be empty to always use the search patterns. If any parts of the text need customizing, they can be passed in later as parameters. Arguments should be embedded within two at ( EDML structure, it should use the CDATA. If there is no selection, it inserts the replaceSelection text at the end of the tag.For ASP and JSP, this means search all directive script blocks.It cannot be used to extract parameters. It is always considered a match, and the entire value is assigned. Parent searchPattern Type Attribute. Required Yes. Values,.

paramName1 paramName2 Each parameter name should be the exact name of a parameter that is used in the insertion text.Without this tag, the participant is updated automatically by replacing the entire participant text each time. If you specify an tag, it must updatePatterns contain specific patterns to find and replace each parameter within the participant. The middle expression, defined as, respectively.It is meaningless for directives and attributes.Required Description This tag contains a single translation instruction that includes the location for the participant, what type of trans- lation to perform, and the content that should replace the participant text. Parent translations Type. These types are preset and give the translation specific functionality.This tag lets certain other extensions, such as custom Property inspectors, find the translation. Parent translation Type Block tag. Required Values value is a valid tag name. It should be unique to prevent conflicts with known tag types.Parent translation Type. Server behavior techniques This section covers the common and advanced techniques that create and edit server behaviors. Most of the sugges- tions involve specific settings in the EDML files. Within the regular expression, special characters such as parentheses () and periods (.) are escaped by preceding them with a backslash (\). The two parameters from the string by using parenthetical subexpressions (the parameters must be enclosed in parentheses). If you add the server behavior again, nothing is added because the participants already exist. They are matched by the order in which they occur in the document. The following example shows a matching problem and how to avoid it. You can create a participant that computes the tax on some dynamic data and displays the result at the selection. Every time the user changes the selection, Dreamweaver calls the determine whether the new selection is dynamic text or a tag with a dynamic attribute.