Next, reopen just playlist-data.html in Dreamweaver and edit the file – delete a row or two and add some new content. You can add empty table rows by selecting the table and amending the Rows value in the Properties panel.
Save your page and refresh the browser window you opened in step 10. You’ll see the content automatically update itself, presenting the changes you’ve just made to playlist-data.html. If you don’t see the changes, your web page is probably cached – hold Alt/Opt and refresh your browser.
Note that the Spry Data Display area largely comprises standard code. If you don’t mess with the ‘spry’ attributes you can edit around it easily enough. For example, examine sortableplaylist. html in the Completed folder. It’s the same as the one you’ve created, but it also includes a table caption and a footer. It’s a good idea to avoid placing unrelated content within the Spry Data Display’s containing div tags; when inserting new layout div tags and page content that’s not part of the Spry Data Display, be sure to do so before or after the Spry area, not within it.
Who: Craig Grannell is a writer and designer. He has contributed to tech and gaming titles, both on- and offline, has written several books on web design, and designed more websites than you can shake a stick at. In his spare time, he writes music, and publishes it via projectnoise.co.uk, as well as getting hopelessly addicted to the latest iPhone games (which he writes about on iphonetiny.com).
Software: Dreamweaver CS4
Time to complete: 1 hour
On the CD or download: Files for this tutorial can be found on the cover CD or downloaded here
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