Adobe Dreamweaver CS4: Introductory Concepts and Techniques by Gary B. Shelly

By Gary B. Shelly

ADOBE DREAMWEAVER CS4: INTRODUCTORY options and strategies, 1E follows the Shelly Cashman sequence' confirmed step by step, screen-by-screen method of instructing the Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 software program.

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Adobe Dreamweaver CS4: Introductory Concepts and Techniques (Shelly Cashman)

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Figure 1–12 Defining a Local Site Web design and Web site management are two important skills that a builder of Web sites must understand and apply. Dreamweaver CS4 is a site creation and management tool. To use Dreamweaver efficiently, you first must define the local site. After defining the local site, you then publish to a remote site. Publishing to a remote site is discussed in Chapter 3 and Appendix C. The general definition of a site, or Web site, is a set of linked documents with shared attributes, such as related topics, a similar design, or a shared purpose.

When you make changes to the document, Dreamweaver includes an asterisk following the file name. The asterisk is removed after the document is saved, and the file path leading to the document’s location is displayed to the right of the document tab. Document Window The Document window displays the current document, or Web page, including text, tables, graphics, and other items. In Figure 1–4, the Document window is blank. You work in the Document window in one of five views: Design view, the design environment where you assemble your Web page elements and design your page (Figure 1–4 displays Design view); Code view, which is a hand-coding environment for writing and editing code; Split view, which allows you to see both Code view and Design view for the same document in a single window; Live View, which shows the page such as it would appear in a browser; and Live Code, which displays any HTML code produced by JavaScript or server-side programming.

Figure 1–1 Overview As you read this chapter, you will learn how to create the Web page shown in Figure 1–1 by performing these general tasks: • Enter text in the document. • Save the document. • Add a background image. • Format the text in the document. • Insert a line break. • Check spelling. • Preview the Web page in a browser. • Save and print the Web page. DW 35 DW 36 Dreamweaver Chapter 1 Creating a Dreamweaver Web Page and Local Site Plan Ahead General Project Guidelines When creating a Dreamweaver Web site, the actions you perform and decisions you make will affect the appearance and characteristics of the entire Web site.

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