You can move objects from one category to another, rename categories, and completely remove objects from the panel. 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.
Move or copy an object from one Insert bar category to another or to a new location within a category
You can add objects to the Insert bar. 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.
Although you can store Object files in separate folders, it’s important that each filename be unique. The dom.insertObject() function, for example, looks for files anywhere within the Objects folder without regard to subfolders (for more information about the dom.insertObject() function, see the Dreamweaver API Reference). If a file called Button.htm exists in the Forms folder and another object file called Button.htm is in the MyObjects folder, Dreamweaver cannot distinguish between them. If two separate instances of Button.htm exist, dom.insertObject() displays two objects called Button, and the user might not recognize any difference.
To add or control the position of an object on the Insert menu (or any other menu), modify the menus.xml file. This file controls the entire menu structure for Dreamweaver. For more information about modifying the menus.xml file, see Menus and menu commands.
If you plan to distribute the extension to other Dreamweaver users, see Working with the Extension Manager to learn more about packaging extensions.