In DeamWeaver, click to view your work in HTML and then cut and paste your counter code. Or create your page, and right click to view source, then cut and paste and save as a new
Hi. I was wondering if I can get some assistance with this small problem. Well, I've recently completed my first website using Macromedia Dreamweaver. Ofcourse, I downloaded the trial version. Everything seems to have fallen into place just fine, except for just one thing...inserting a **** HTML code. I figured a site wouldn't be complete without a counter. But every time I receive an HTML code to "insert", everything goes haywire. After I insert it, save it and upload it, no graphics will show on the page except for the counter! I'm sure I'm missing something here, considering this being my first time and all. All my web pages at the site have an .htm extension. Is there something that I need to format first? The funny part is, I've searched Xoom.com and the Dreamweaver help files, but there is no info on inserting HTML codes anywhere. Can someone please shed some light on this frustrating situation? Here's my website address
Thanks in advance!
Here's how I'd solve the problem...Use Notepad for HTML editing.
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