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14. Introducing Site Management > 14.3. Site Assets

Site Assets

Web pages integrate lots of different elements: GIFs, JPEGs, links, colors, and Flash and Shockwave movies, to name just a few. In a large site with lots of files, it can be a challenge to locate a particular image or remember an exact color.

To simplify the process, Dreamweaver provides the Assets panel. For want of a better generic term, Macromedia defines the term asset to mean any element you use on a Web page, such as a GIF file, a link, or even an individual color.

Viewing the Assets Panel

Dreamweaver lists your site’s assets on the nine category “pages” of the Assets panel (Figure 14-13). To open the panel, choose WindowAssets, or press F11.


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