Dreamweaver template not updating editable region

I edited an existing Dreamweaver template that has in-page css styles located in the <head>. Originally, the in-page style area was set as not editable. I decided to change it, so I made it editable then added some new selectors. Now, when it updates attached pages, the style shows as editable, and the styles that were there prior to my change to editable are there, but the new selectors are not there.  Dreamweaver CC 2014 on Mac OSX.

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weknowjackAsked:
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rbudjCommented:
Dreamweaver WILL NOT update editable regions. Even if you have an editable region on your template, it will only update the editable region itself, not the data inside to child pages.

What kind of server are you using? PHP? I would suggest using an includes file. Place the following in the <head> section of your template and do not make it editable. Create the includes file (style.css.php).

<?php include 'style.css.php';?>

Place your css code in the style.css.php file. If you want to simplify all of this, I suggest using an external css file. In this case, you keep the style.css.php file and place this in the <head> section of your template as uneditable:

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="style.css.php">
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weknowjackAuthor Commented:
Thanks.
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weknowjackAuthor Commented:
Corrrect answer. Good suggestions.
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rbudjCommented:
You're welcome. I'm happy to help.
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