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Chapter 3. Basic Web Pages

Chapter 3. Basic Web Pages

In the first chapter, we got acquainted with the Dreamweaver interface. This chapter describes how to use the Document window to create and save Web pages (Figures 3.1-3.2).

Figure 3.1. The McSweeney's Web site (http://www.mcsweeneys.net) uses mostly text, but it still looks snappy.


Figure 3.2. Klaud Design (http://www.klaud.com) is the home of designer Zhenia Timerman.


To start with, I'll walk you through creating a simple Web page that uses tables, links, images, and text. We'll also learn how to adjust the properties of a page, including the title and the page background.

In this chapter, we'll learn how to:

  • Open a page

  • Create a new page

  • Add content to a page

  • Set the page title

  • Adjust the page properties

  • Save your work

  • Save a copy of your page

  • Preview the page in a browser

  • Print the page from the browser

  • Close the file

This chapter also describes how to select and use colors in Dreamweaver. I'll refer to this material throughout the book.


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