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1:Which file displays in the site window?
A1: The file with the .site extension displays in the site window.
2:Name two benefits of using a component
A2: Using a component, you can create repetitive page content once and then quickly add it to the pages for your site. You can also make edits to repetitive page content in a single file and then have Adobe GoLive automatically update pages in your site that use the component.
3:How can you add a component to a page?
A3: You can add a component to a page by doing one of the following:
  • Drag the Component icon from the Smart tab in the Objects palette to the page. Then drag from the Point and Shoot button in the Component Inspector to an HTML file in the Components folder in the site window.

  • Choose Components from the menu in the lower right corner of the Site Extras tab in the Objects palette. Then drag the icon of the HTML file from the Objects palette to the page.

4:What are the three standard image formats for the Web?
A4: The three standard image formats for the Web are Graphical Interchange Format (GIF), Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG), and Portable Network Graphics (PNG).
5:Name two ways that you can specify an image for an image placeholder on a page
A5: You can specify an image for an image placeholder by doing one of the following: drag from the Point and Shoot button in the Image Inspector to an image file in the site window; hold down Alt (Windows) or Command (Mac OS), and drag from the image placeholder to an image file in the site window; or drag an image file from the site window to the image placeholder.
6:What object needs to be present before adding a layout text box to a page?
A6: A layout grid needs to be present before adding a layout text box to a page.
7:How do you create a custom color palette?
A7: Using the Color palette, choose a color that you want in your custom color palette. Then drag the color from the preview pane of the Color palette to the Colors tab in the site window. When the Colors tab in the site window is selected, you can also quickly create a custom color palette by opening a new page that has color applied and clicking the Update button on the toolbar.
8:Can you extract color from an image that you've added to a page? If so, how?
A8: Yes, you can extract color from an image that you've added to a page. Drag from the checkerboard colors field of the Color palette to a specific area of the image on the page, and release the mouse button. The color of the area of the image appears in the preview pane of the Color palette. You can then drag from the preview pane to the Colors tab of the site window.
9:Why do you name floating boxes?
A9: You name floating boxes so that you can differentiate them from one another.
10:How do you move a floating box?
A10: Move the pointer over an edge of the floating box, so that the pointer turns into a hand pointed to the left. Drag the floating box to move it. You can also enter specific values in the Floating Box Inspector to position a selected floating box precisely.


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