This column is about creating Templates with the extension – a step that saves time when creating custom sites in Adobe Dreamweaver.
Here is an image depicting each html file linking to the file and how the linking differs.to save the time later on of relinking all those resources but when I do duplicate it (I also move the new file into a different folder for personal organization) the URL paths to my resources DO NOT update like they automatically would in Dreamweaver. https://github.com/tunderdomb/rebase or even thishttps://github.com/weilao/grunt-movehtml That doesn't seem to be what I am talking about.My perfect solution Upon duplicating a file, I would like to move that file anywhere within the confines of my project folder and have all external files linked properly and automatically. Thanks, Bytor sound like a task for a post processor à la grunt, brunch et al. When I duplicated an HTML in my project folder in Dreamweaver, I moved the file to a folder, upon moving the file Dreamweaver prompted me with this (which is EXACTLY what I am seeking for in Atom. A workaround I have done for this issue, although not the most ideal, is to create a template webpage that resides in each folder of my website.All new microsites and resource directories will be created using Drupal Web CMS.There is still content on EPA's legacy servers and this content will be maintained there until it is transformed and moved into the Drupal Web CMS.