> Region of the Template, and the link to the external file in the
> non-editable region. Is that correct? If it *IS* correct then do this
> (proceed carefully and make a backup of the site) -
> 1. Delete the Editable region from the Template's head.
> 2. Save the Template file and let it update the pages.
> 3. Not add an editable region back into the head of the Template.
> 4. Save the Template file and let it update the pages.
> I think you are done!
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> "David" <drosssi.rr.com> wrote in message
> > pages based on that template. I now edited the original template and
> > After I update all the pages, the pages have both in them. How do I
> > this?
> > Thanks
> > David