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Laying out Web pages

In GoLive, you can build simple or complex professional-quality Web pages without writing any source code. You can lay out pages using layout grids, tables, layers, or frame sets by simply dragging these objects from the Objects palette into a Web page. GoLive writes all the code for you.

  • Layout grids let you create table-based designs without having to bother with the time-consuming process of manually adjusting table properties. Layout grids enable you to position table cells, images, and other content by simply dragging the items onto and around the grid. And when you're finished, you can easily convert a layout grid to a table that has less HTML code.

  • Tables are useful for positioning items on a page in much the same way as layout grids, but tables are more challenging to use. Tables are also used whenever information needs to be organized in columns or rows.

  • Layers, based on Dynamic Hypertext Markup Language (DHTML), allow you to specify absolute positioning, overlap text and images, and add animations. Because you can attach JavaScript actions to layers, they are often used to show and hide information based on mouse movements.


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