Setting CSS link underline styles

Setting CSS link underline styles

If you are using the default CSS Page Properties dialog box, Dreamweaver makes it easy to specify special CSS link styles. Using the CSS link options, you can choose to never underline links, underline links only when the pointer passes over the link, or disable links when the pointer passes over them.

To set a CSS link style:

  1. Select Modify > Page Properties, or select Page Properties from the context menu in the Design view of the Document window.
  2. Select the Links category in the CSS Page Properties dialog box.
  3. From the Underline Style pop-up menu, select the underline style you would like to use as the default for your page.
  4. Click OK.

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Setting a background image or background page color

To define an image or color for the page background, use the Page Properties dialog box.

If you use both a background image and a background color, the color appears while the image downloads, and then the image covers up the color. If the background image contains any transparent pixels, the background color shows through.

To define a background image or color:

  1. Select Modify > Page Properties, or select Page Properties from the context menu in the Design view of the Document window.
  2. Select the Appearance category in the Page Properties dialog box.
  3. To set a background image, click the Browse button, then browse to and select the image. Alternatively, enter the path to the background image in the Background Image box.

    Dreamweaver tiles (repeats) the background image if it does not fill the entire window, just as browsers do. (To prevent the background image from tiling, use Cascading Style Sheets to disable image tiling. See Defining CSS style background properties.)

  4. To set a background color, click the Background color box and select a color from the color picker.

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