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Dec 17, 2020 Dec 17, 2020

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Hi, is it possible to change the folder name for Templates as I am wanting to reduce the visible code seen in code design?

I want to change the folder name to a single character like T or t.

 

Then is it possible to reduce the code in the editable region markers from

<!-- InstanceBeginEditable name="" -->

to

<!-- IBEn="" -->

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Community Expert , Dec 17, 2020 Dec 17, 2020

Hi, is it possible to change the folder name for Templates

Short answer: No!

 

Sure you can, but don't expect anything to work anymore. If you want to hide code, then use server side code like PHP.

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Hi, is it possible to change the folder name for Templates

Short answer: No!

 

Sure you can, but don't expect anything to work anymore. If you want to hide code, then use server side code like PHP.

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Thanks, but I am trying to reduce any server-side loading.

I am helping someone who uses templates in their designs to reduce non-essential code. We are also looking at minimising CSS classes like card-image-top to c_i_t and col spacing col-sm-6 etc. to c-sm-6 to save where we can on the [link removed by moderator] website. As there are at least 12 cards we save 17 x 12 = 204 characters per page with those 2 classes alone.

It's not much but 200 bytes is still 200 bytes saved.

I have always been concerned about having more code on the page than content.

 

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Ben is correct.

See my reply to this other related question.

https://community.adobe.com/t5/dreamweaver/lock-code-folding-when-dreamweaver-opens/td-p/11688232?pa...

 

Nancy O'Shea, Product User & Community Expert
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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