Having problem when try to open html file using Adobe Dreamweaver CS3

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Hi,

I am having a problem in these days when I try to open html file using Adobe Dreamweaver CS3. I am unable to get any solution from the internet that is why I think you can help be best to resolve this problem. Any idea would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 error at line 231, column 47

Adobe Dreamweaver CS3

There is an error at line 231, column 47 (absolute position 8322) of “C:apachehtdocsbw2squelletsauteur.html”:

InstanceBeginEditable tag inside editable region

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Having problem when try to open html file using Adobe Dreamweaver CS3

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Hello,

InstanceBeginEditable is a special Dreamweaver tag that is placed within a comment, this tags indicate the start and end points of an editable region.

There could be several reasons for the error you have reported, such as –

  1. The HTML is possibly incorrect, and you there are probably 'un closed' tags which is causing Dreamweaver to complain – You should analyze the HTML to see if all tags have been closed and there's nothing invalid in the HTML file.
  2. Another reason could be that you have used certain special tags in your HTML source which are non-standard tags. If this is the case and you are sure of these tags, then you may to instruct Dreamweaver to stop complaining. To do that you have to create an XML file and indicate the special tags should be ignored by the error checking routine. For example, if the special tag is <CustomTag>SOME TEXT</CustomTag>, then the XML would be –

    1. <tagspec tag_name="CustomTagStart" start_string="<CustomTag" end_string=">" detect_in_attribute="true" icon="spip.gif" icon_width="30" icon_height="12"></tagspec>
    2. <tagspec tag_name="CustomTagEnd" start_string="</CustomTag" end_string=">" detect_in_attribute="true" icon="spip.gif" icon_width="30" icon_height="12"></tagspec>
    3. The XML file has to be placed in a special folder in Dreamweaver configuration the 'third party tags' directory.

Hope this information helps you find the cause and provides the solution to fix the same.

Regards,

Mclean Buono

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