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Hour 4. Organizing: Defining and Configu... > Using the Site Definition Wizard

Using the Site Definition Wizard

Make sure you have the Basic tab selected at the top of the Site Definition dialog box. In the Site Definition wizard (refer to Figure 4.3), give your site a name. This name is used only inside Dreamweaver, so you can use spaces and characters in it if you want. The site name should be meaningful—it should identify the purpose of the website when you drop down the Site menu to change sites. My Dreamweaver installation has about 30 to 40 sites defined at times, so clear names help me quickly find the site I want to edit. If you know the final HTTP address of your site, you can enter it here on the first page of the wizard; it's also fine to leave this empty. Click the Next button.

The next page of the wizard, Editing Files, Part 2 (shown in Figure 4.4), enables you to specify whether you will be using server-side scripting to create dynamic web pages. Your web pages in this book will be regular HTML pages, so you should select the top radio button that says No, I Do Not Want to Use a Server Technology. Click the Next button.


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