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How is this done, never saw it before...
[edited by: engine at 6:30 pm (utc) on Nov. 1, 2007]
[edit reason] See TOS [webmasterworld.com] [/edit]
I don't think it would be ethical for us to help you unlock it.
But... in any case, HTML is HTML is HTML. (And CSS is CSS.) If you can edit it in a text editor, and it's valid HTML/CSS, you should be able to edit it in Dreamweaver.
Maybe they figured that most people trying to plunder their designs would be using Dreamweaver, and found some trick to make Dreamweaver not want to edit it.
I never use Dreamweaver templates, but every now and then I'll have to code in dreamweaver, and it will bark at me, saying it can't make a such-and-such change because it is locked by a template Weird. And annoying.