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16. Moving Your Site to the Internet > 16.5. Communicating with Design Notes

Communicating with Design Notes

Lots of questions arise when a team works on a Web site: Has this page been proofread? Who is the author of the page? Where did this graphic come from? Usually, you must rely on a flurry of emails to ferret out the answers.

But Dreamweaver’s Design Notes dialog box (Figure 16-15) eliminates much of that hassle by letting you attach information, such as a Web page’s status or author, to a file. You can open these notes (from the Files panel or from a currently open document), edit them, and even share them with others. In this way, it’s easy to leave notes for other people—such as, “Hey Bob, can you make sure that this is the most recent photo of Ben and J. Lo?” You can even add notes to files other than Web pages including folders, images, Flash movies, and external Cascading Style Sheets—anything, in fact, that appears in the Files panel.


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