> Is there a way to unlock the head tags
Yes - put them into an editable region in the head of the page (you would
have to add the editable region to the template page (if there is not
already one there)), and allow it to propagate to the child pages.
You would need to investigate the use of editable attributes (DW's F1 help).> and body tag
Which DW are you using? Which DW was used to create the templates?
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"Pea-Jay" <pjkinannaol.com> wrote in message
news:dkscf1$8ki$1forums.macromedia.com...> Is there a way to unlock the head tags and body tag of a child page that
> based on a template?
> I can insert Flash Video on the template page, I can insert FV on a page
> created before I make it a template, but as soon as I create a page based
> that template and try to insert FV, it needs to put a script in the head
> and a body onload. It can't do that because those areas are locked by the
> How can this be done? I'm practicing on my own template-based page
> because I
> have to do this for a client and her page is template based.
> Here are my pages I'm using for now.
> Hoping this is possible...........to install a FV on a template-based