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Save a Web Page in Dreamweaver CS3
Save a Web Page in Dreamweaver CS3
After a web page is created in Adobe Dreamweaver CS3, it needs to be saved before it can be previewed or published.
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10 Site Management Tools In Dreamweaver
10 Site Management Tools In Dreamweaver
Here’s Geoff Blake's list of 10 super-slick tricks to save time while managing your websites in the titan of web design, Dreamweaver. Grab a snack, lean in close, and take a look over on Ten Ton Books!
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CSS Text Styles
CSS Text Styles
Using CSS styles can save you a lot of time, and make your page a lot more organized. In this tutorial I show you how to create css text styles using dreamweaver.
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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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Image Maps
Image Maps
Image maps can save you a lot of time when making a navigation menu. Learn how to create multiple clickable links on one image without slicing it.
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XSL Transform to add css styles to xml feeds
XSL Transform to add css styles to xml feeds
Use the XSL Transform to add css styles to xml feeds. In this free video tutorial we show you how to take a humble xml feed and transform it using CSS, how to save the XSL information and how to load the styled feed into another web page or content block of your choice.

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