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The Dynamic Edge

So far in this book, you’ve learned to build and maintain Web sites using Dreamweaver MX 2004’s powerful design, coding, and site management tools. The pages you’ve created are straightforward HTML, which you can immediately preview in a Web browser to see a finished design. These kinds of pages are often called static, since they don’t change once you’ve finished creating them. For many Web sites, especially ones that contain a variety of information, static Web pages are the way to go.

But imagine landing a contract to build an online catalog of 10,000 products. After the initial excitement disappears (along with your plans for that trip to Hawaii), you realize that even using Dreamweaver’s Template tool (Chapter 18), building 10,000 pages is a lot of work!


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