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Q1:Which should I learn first—Dreamweaver or HTML?
A1: It's helpful to know HTML when you are developing web pages. I think the best way to learn HTML is to first learn to use a web-editing program, such as Dreamweaver. Continue to view the code as you work and use the Reference panel (by selecting Window, Reference) to look up tags or attributes that you are curious about. If you still need grounding in HTML after that, get a good HTML reference book or take a class. A good book about HTML and XHTML is Sams Teach Yourself HTML & XHTML in 24 Hours, 6th Edition by Dick Oliver and Michael Morrison (ISBN 0672325209).
Q2:Can I add tag attributes that don't appear in the tag drop-down menu? I saw a tag attribute listed on a website that isn't listed in Dreamweaver for that tag.
A2: Yes. Use the Tag Library Editor by selecting Edit, Tag Libraries. This editor controls the attributes that appear in the tag drop-down menu. Dreamweaver does not list every attribute that is available, so there might be one or two that you want to add.


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