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Chapter 3. Basic Web Pages > Previewing in a Browser

Previewing in a Browser

Although Dreamweaver is pretty much WYSIWYG, it doesn't display every CSS tag or play most animation, and it includes visual aids that will not show up in Web browsers. To find out how your page looks in a particular browser, you need to actually use that browser to view your page. You should always look at your pages in the browser window to see whether things such as CSS, type faces, layers, and table layout designs conform to your intent.

When you install Dreamweaver, the software will detect your most recent available versions of Netscape and Internet Explorer, and if you're upgrading, the list of browsers from your prior version of Dreamweaver will be imported.


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