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Was working on multiply html files, and managed to somehow to make the class id + sign to add id on things disappear!? In desperate need for help to get this back on this html file. Anyone?

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Usually, that happens when an element, in this case the <img> tag, is not within an Editable Region of a child page built from a .DWT Template file or when the element is part of a .lbi Library iItem.

If either of those are the case, you'd have to edit either the .DWT Template, or the .lbi files directly.

If you're not using .dwt or .lbi we'll need more info to help you.

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DreamWeaver trouble

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Was working on multiply html files, and managed to somehow to make the class id + sign to add id on things disappear!? In desperate need for help to get this back on this html file. Anyone?

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Correct answer by Jon Fritz II | Adobe Community Professional

Usually, that happens when an element, in this case the <img> tag, is not within an Editable Region of a child page built from a .DWT Template file or when the element is part of a .lbi Library iItem.

If either of those are the case, you'd have to edit either the .DWT Template, or the .lbi files directly.

If you're not using .dwt or .lbi we'll need more info to help you.

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Usually, that happens when an element, in this case the <img> tag, is not within an Editable Region of a child page built from a .DWT Template file or when the element is part of a .lbi Library iItem.

If either of those are the case, you'd have to edit either the .DWT Template, or the .lbi files directly.

If you're not using .dwt or .lbi we'll need more info to help you.

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Can you copy and paste your code into a web forum reply?

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