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I know that it is possible to configure Dreamweaver by editing xml-files. Never tried that though as I know how to code for webstandards and accessibility. It would be more important to configure Contribute on our client's computers to iron out the worst "flaws" concerning webstandards. For example Contribute places BLOCKQUOTES when using the INDENT-Button. Furthermore there are no fields for adding a TITLE to images, no Buttons to place ABBR and ACRONYM-tags, etc. Who can give us information (links, doents, etc.) on how to configure Contribute. I am totally aware that this meant sending our Clients replacing original Contribute-installation-files ...

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    Default Configure Contribute for Webstandards

    I know that it is possible to configure Dreamweaver by editing xml-files. Never
    tried that though as I know how to code for webstandards and accessibility.

    It would be more important to configure Contribute on our client's computers
    to iron out the worst "flaws" concerning webstandards. For example Contribute
    places BLOCKQUOTES when using the INDENT-Button. Furthermore there are no
    fields for adding a TITLE to images, no Buttons to place ABBR and ACRONYM-tags,
    etc.

    Who can give us information (links, doents, etc.) on how to configure
    Contribute. I am totally aware that this meant sending our Clients replacing
    original Contribute-installation-files by our altered files.

    Regards
    Jan

    Chefpraktikant Guest

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    Default Re: Configure Contribute for Webstandards

    Yes, your right Jim. Contribute does leave much to be desired as regards tags
    like <abbr> and <acronym>, also I wish the admin had the ability to turn off
    <blockquote>, but I suppose we'll have to wait and see this stuff in the next
    version.

    mzanime.com Guest

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