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Errata for Extending Dreamweaver 4

The Extending Dreamweaver and Dreamweaver 4 manual went into production before the completion of the product's application programming interface (API). This article notes discrepancies between the final implementation of the JavaScript API in Dreamweaver 4 and how it is documented in the manual.

Note: This article provides procedures for changing Dreamweaver panels, menus, dialog boxes, and HTML formats. Before attempting to implement any of the API discussed here, you should have a familiarity with customizing and extending Dreamweaver. For information on the basics involved in extending Dreamweaver functionality, including how to edit Dreamweaver commands and how to add third-party tags, read "Customizing Dreamweaver," in the Using Dreamweaver 4 manual. Then, read the Extending Dreamweaver and Dreamweaver 4 manual to understand the API details involved in extending Dreamweaver.

Documentation for the following functions is new or has changed:

isResizable()
dw.objectPalette.setActiveCategory()
dom.setDragAndDrop()
dreamweaver.relativeToAbsoluteURL()
reportError()
reportWarning()
dw.results.addResultItem()
referenceLookup()
dreamweaver.getDocumentDOM()
dreamweaver.startDebugger()
resWin.addItem()


JuLee Burdekin

Julee Burdekin is an API writer on the Macromedia Instructional Media team.


29 June 2001

API, extending, isResizable, objectPalette, setActiveCategory, setDragAndDrop, relativeToAbsoluteURL, reportError, reportWarning, addResultItem, referenceLookup, getDocumentDOM, startDebugger, addItem

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