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Defining a New Site

Site management in Dreamweaver begins with defining a site. When you define a site in Dreamweaver, you're essentially establishing a reference between Dreamweaver and the files on your computer. Dreamweaver then takes a snapshot of those files and caches them. By caching the files, Dreamweaver can automatically detect whether changes are made to image paths, links, and so on and can automatically fix them for you. Of course, we'll get to all that as we progress through the chapter; for now, keep in mind that everything begins with defining a new site. You can begin the process of defining a site by selecting Manage Sites from the Site menu. The Manage Sites dialog appears, similar to Figure 4.3.

Figure 4.3. The Manage Sites dialog allows you to create new or edit existing sites.



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