Friday has to be the best workday of the week, not only for the obvious weekend reason, but also because it seems to bring out the silliness in not only myself, but my fellow colleagues. Earlier this morning I received an email announcing the fact that one of my Evangelist colleagues, Serge Jespers, had created a widget badge to help promote our upcoming Adobe MAX Conference in Los Angeles. (more…)
As most of the SxSW junkies know, voting opened yesterday on the SxSW site. Of course, as a sponsor of SxSW Interactive, I’ve had the pleasure of attending the conference for the last several years. This year, not only will Adobe be there in our sponsor role, we’ve also submitted a number of individual panels. I, in particular, have two panels in the running: (more…)
If you are as (dis)organized as I am, you probably don’t have all the assets for your web project in one place prior to building the site. Don’t get me wrong, I try – I really do – but invariably I’ll be coding along and realize that that one image didn’t get copied into the site’s images folder. The question is, what do you do now? There are basically three choices – with the third one being the subject of this tip.
The first, and most obvious, choice is to leave Dreamweaver and head out into the nether regions of your computer to find the desired image, and then copy it into the images folder of your site. Not difficult by any means, it just involves juggling several windows, and then you still have to return to Dreamweaver and insert the image into your page or CSS.
The second option is to either drag an image object onto the page in Dreamweaver (or use the Browse button if you are typing the img tag in Code View). Dreamweaver opens a dialog to allow you to navigate to the image. However, since the image is not located in your site folder, Dreamweaver will complain about this when you click the Choose button, asking you if you would like to copy the file to the your site folder. If you say “yes”, Dreamweaver opens yet another dialog for you to name the image and select the folder you want to copy the image into. Again, not difficult, just more dialogs than I want to deal with.
Which brings us to the third option, the forgotten feature. (more…)