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temagami says

I was talking about this once before but I don’t think I was very clear (sorry). I am working on a site which I would like to be as WYSIWYG as possible (I may not be the editor down the road).

Here’s a page of the site: http://www.martialartstournaments.ca/union/healthandsafety.html When I edit it in Kompozer it looks like: http://www.martialartstournaments.ca/union/site%20kompozer.jpg When I edit it in Dreamweaver it looks like: http://www.martialartstournaments.ca/union/site%20dreamweaver.jpg

How can I get Dreamweaver to look closer to the ‘real deal’? Closer to Kompozer? The other person who may be editing the site uses Dreamweaver and she doesn’t want to switch.

PS I bought the template from Themeforest and the author was no help.

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temagami says

Anyone with any ideas? Did I put this thread in the wrong area?

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djariss says

I think you should attach CSS style to a document you are editing in Dreamweaver and it will work fine.

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temagami says

There are numerous style sheets – how do I attach them all?

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