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Update multiple files in a site

Update multiple files in a site

Update multiple files in a site

I am using DW CS6
I have created multiple web files
I have been copying from file to file as all my pages are the same except for my index.html
I have just now made a change to my index.html
Is there any way I can replicate this change to all my files?
Or must I manually update each file because I did not create a template?

RE: Update multiple files in a site


You can go to edit and enter the code you want to find and replace. then just select all the files in the directory and from the dropdown choose, "selected files".

You should have just made a template file and gone from there.

Darryn Cooke
www.darryncooke.com | Marketing and Creative Services

RE: Update multiple files in a site

You can also do what darry said with all of your open pages so if your editing the same pages alot that can be a good alternative.

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