How do I create an editable style in a template

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A site I am currently coding will need a DWT template for use
with Contribute to prevent the site owner from editing things
he/she shouldn't. All of the pages will essentially use a single
template,
except I need to change a single style on every page. I need
just the contents of a single class="" to be editable. Does anyone
know a clever way to do this? You can't set an editable region
within the quotes - I've already tried that.
1. You can make the tag bearing the class assignment have an
editable class
attribute (read DW's F1 Help about editable attributes), or
2. You could make the tag and its minimal legal context be in
an editable
region, or
3. You could make the page have a small embedded stylesheet
in the editable
region that is in the head of every template child page that
would let you
specify the different styles for a given class rule.
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"scr" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>A site I am currently coding will need a DWT template for
use with
>Contribute
> to prevent the site owner from editing things he/she
shouldn't. All of
> the
> pages will essentially use a single template,
except I need to
> change a
> single style on every page. I need just the contents of
a single class=""
> to
> be editable. Does anyone know a clever way to do this?
You can't set an
> editable region within the quotes - I've already tried
that.
>
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