Dreamweaver templates specify regions that are locked (uneditable) and others that are editable for template-based documents.
In pages based on templates, template users can edit content in editable regions only. You can easily identify and select editable regions to edit content. Template users cannot edit content in locked regions.
If you try to edit a locked region in a document based on a template when highlighting is turned off, the mouse pointer changes to indicate that you can’t click in a locked region.
Template users can also modify properties and edit entries for a repeating region in template-based documents.
When template authors create parameters in a template, documents based on the template automatically inherit the parameters and their initial value settings. A template user can update editable tag attributes and other template parameters (such as optional region settings).
Use repeating region controls to add, delete, or change the order of entries in template-based documents. When you add a repeating region entry, a copy of the entire repeating region is added. To update the content in the repeating regions, the original template must include an editable region in the repeating region.
Click the Plus (+) button to add a repeating region entry below the currently selected entry.
Click the Minus (–) button to delete the selected repeating region entry.
Click the Down Arrow button to move the selected entry down one position.
Click the Up Arrow button to move the selected entry up one position.
Alternatively, you can select Modify > Template, then select one of the repeating entry options near the bottom of the context menu. You can use this menu to insert a new repeating entry or move the selected entry’s position.
To cut a repeating entry, select Edit > Repeating Entries > Cut Repeating Entries.
To copy a repeating entry, select Edit > Repeating Entries > Copy Repeating Entries.
To remove a repeating entry, select Edit > Repeating Entries > Delete Repeating Entries.
To paste a repeating entry, select Edit > Paste.
Pasting inserts a new entry; it does not replace an existing entry.