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Importing a Site in Dreamweaver CS4
Importing a Site in Dreamweaver CS4
This Dreamweaver Video Tutorial shows you how to mirgrate your existing sites into Adobe Dreamweaver CS4. Avoid the common pit-falls that beginners face when importing exsisting websites into Dreamweaver CS4 for the first time.
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Five+1 Common CSS Hang-Ups In Dreamweaver
Five+1 Common CSS Hang-Ups In Dreamweaver
There seems to be some common hang-ups that seem to really mess people up. So check out Geoff Blake's article called Five+1 Common CSS Hang-Ups In Dreamweaver, on Ten Ton Books!
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Creating a common layout
Creating a common layout
Layout view simplifies the process of using tables for page layout. In Layout view, you can design your page using tables as the underlying structure, but avoid the traditional pitfalls of using tables. You can easily draw out your layout on the page.
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The answers to many common Dreamweaver questions are in the code
The answers to many common Dreamweaver questions are in the code
Does some of the terminology in the Dreamweaver interface seem strange to you? Have you ever been puzzled by the code Dreamweaver generates or wondered why Dreamweaver marks certain code invalid? The answers are in the code itself.
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Server Side Includes
Server Side Includes
Server Side Includes are files that have some commonly used code that can be reused by many pages in your site. When you use a SSI file the server takes the entire content of the file and inserts it into the page, replacing the include code. As an example, imagine you have a large portal web site with links at the top, bottom and sides common to all pages (or a section of pages). To make the site easy to maintain you can have the header, footer, right menu and/or left menu as include files. So when there is a change to be made you just need to make the changes, save and upload the corresponding include file and not the many files using it.
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The Dreamweaver Template - A tutorial on using Macromedia Dreamweaver Templates
The Dreamweaver Template - A tutorial on using Macromedia Dreamweaver Templates
What is a Template? A Template is basically a structure used commonly for many pages in a web site. There can be any number of templates for a web site. That is, each section of a web site can have its own template with variations in structure or color from the others.
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