Here are five ways to make changes not propagate from Template to child -
1. Rename the Templates folder
2. Move the Templates folder to some other folder level in the site other
than root level
3. Move a template out of the Templates folder.
4. Make changes to an editable region of the template (which will not
5. Corrupt the site cache so that the link between template and child page
The latter problem can be repaired by using SITE | Advanced > Recreate Site
Cache, and the three others can be fixed by just not doing them. Have you
done any of those?
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"Chopper23" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:d2endo$dur$1forums.macromedia.com...>I have successfully used templates for my site with files that end in htm.
> ecommerce portion of my site is based on an asp page and html doents
> are renamed with a .template extension. I have recreated all of .template
> pages based on a dwt template, but when I alter the dwt file the
> files wont update. Any idea on how I can get them to update without
> them as .htm files and renaming before upload? Thanks