Added support for HTML attributes on all LBM structural DIVs. When a data attribute, for example, is placed on a structural DIV, the attribute will be retained during an edit session in the LBM UI. This allows LBM to support the full family of PVII animation tools.
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Fixes issues with editing nested LBM structures in Template child pages.
Fixed an issue when a single column row, nested inside a parent row set to Equal Height Columns, collapses to the width of the content inside.
Added 66.66% width option for columns.
Fixes whitespace issue in Equal Height Column rows after last column.
Fixes Core Style Sheet updating when Dreamweaver is set to enable Related Files.
Updates Core CSS file to add vertical align for images and to fix minor padding issue in media query.
Updates Insert Bar/Panel/Menu to move Layout Builder core icon to first position.
You can insert or change an image at any time. You can change image source, responsive options, or Max Width options within the UI.
Note: The LBM Insert/Modify Images tool works for any image on your page, even for images that were originally inserted using Dreamweaver's ordinary Image Insert function.
The LBM interface can now be opened using either the PVII tab on your insert bar/panel, or the Layout Builder tab. It can also be opened using Dreamweaver's insert menu or by right-clicking on your page
The Core style sheet has been updated to include several refinements, inluding how it is handled (see below)
If Core style sheet is open in DW it will be closed (or Saved and Closed) when the LBM UI opens. The Core style sheet will now be overwritten with a default version each time the OK button is clicked in the LBM UI. If related files are enabled in Dreamweaver, the related file will be updated to reflect current default Core style sheet.
When the EHC option is selected for a row, the columns inside will behave just like ordinary floated DIVs.
Each time you open the LBM UI. the system will detect your version of Dreamweaver and assign an appropriate Design Time CSS file.