Posts in Category "Dreamweaver"

Creating dynamic hyperlinks and e-mail links with recordsets

(TechNote – update) This TechNote describes how to apply dynamic hyperlinks and dynamic e-mail links to both static text and dynamic text derived from a recordset. The same principles also apply to dynamic images.

Adding a “Select All” option to a list/menu consisting of string values

(TechNote – update) Support, Tips & Tricks

This TechNote assumes that you have a static list/menu or a dynamic list/menu on your page that consists of string or text values. If your list/menu consists of numeric values, see TechNote 16105, “Adding a “Select All” option to a list/menu consisting of numeric values.” Please refer to the resources listed at the end of this TechNote for details on setting up the initial list/menu.

Cross-site scripting security issue in Dreamweaver MX and Dreamweaver UltraDev server behaviors

(TechNote) There is a security issue with some of the server behaviors in Dreamweaver MX, Dreamweaver UltraDev 4, Dreamweaver UltraDev 1, and two extensions that shipped as part of the Developer’s Resource Kit (DRK), vol. 2 and vol. 4. If exploited, this issue makes it possible for an attacker to gain access to certain site-specific cookie and session information. (Ref. 146889)

Note: This security issue has been fixed in Dreamweaver MX 2004 and later versions.

Dreamweaver 8 does not fully render large files in Design view on Macintosh

(TechNote) When you open certain large files in Design view in Dreamweaver 8 on the Macintosh, Dreamweaver does not render the complete page. This typically causes the last section of the page to be cut off. This issue does not occur in earlier versions of Dreamweaver.

The size limit is not the number of bytes in the source file, but the display size to which the markup renders. Dreamweaver 8 currently has a limitation of 32,768 pixels by 32,768 pixels on the Macintosh.

“Error Code 3″ when you work with templates

(TechNote) When you try to update pages after making changes to a template, or when you try to create a new file from a template, the following error occurs:

Error Accessing File: “\\servername\wwwroot\templates\\\servername\wwwroot\templates\main2.dwt”: bad file path (error code 3)

You may find that the path above is a combination of two paths concatenated together, or you may see only one path. This issue may occur only when other files are open in Dreamweaver.

Copy, Cut, Paste and Undo stop working in Dreamweaver 8

(TechNote) After working correctly for a period of time on Windows, Dreamweaver 8 loses the ability to copy, cut, paste and undo. These options are grayed out in the main menu and also in the right-click context menus, and the keyboard shortcuts for these options do not work.

Error “Parameter is incorrect”

(TechNote) You see a “Parameter is incorrect” error in Dreamweaver 8 when you perform the following actions:

* When you try to save changes to a file on an offline mapped network drive (Windows). (Ref. 202814)
* When you perform: File > New > click on Templates tab (Windows). (Ref. 202810)
* When you attempt to Put, Get or Synchronize files to or from a remote server, attempt to open a file, or try to connect to the remote server. (Ref. 200120)

ASP error ‘80020009’ when you retrieve data from SQL Server

(TechNote – update) The following error may occur when you access a recordset in an ASP file that contains “text” or “ntext” datatypes from a Microsoft SQL Server table:
Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error ‘80020009’

Adding a “Select All” option to a list/menu consisting of numeric values

(TechNote – update) his TechNote assumes that you have a static list/menu or a dynamic list/menu on your page that consists of numeric values. If your list/menu consists of string or text values, refer to Adding a “Select All” option to a list/menu consisting of string values (TechNote 15746). Please refer to the resources listed at the end of this TechNote for details on setting up the initial list/menu….

Internet Explorer security message when you view files locally with JavaScript or Flash content

(TechNote – updated) Due to updates from Microsoft to the Internet Explorer browser in April 2006 (updates made as part of the Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 (XP SP2) update), the following security message appears in the Internet Explorer yellow Information Bar when you view a web page locally that needs to run active content or scripting: