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Chapter 2. The Dreamweaver Interface

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The good news is Dreamweaver provides numerous windows, panels, inspectors, and bars for streamlining the way you build websites. The bad news, unfortunately, is that Dreamweaver provides numerous windows, panels, inspectors, and bars for streamlining the way you build websites. Why so many windows, panels, etc.? Dreamweaver is unprecedented in the feature set it provides, allowing developers complete control when building websites and applications. For instance, the Document window allows developers editing with unusually precise pin-point accuracy, bars for visually inserting HTML elements in the development environment, and numerous panels and inspectors for customizing those elements after they've been inserted. For every benefit Dreamweaver provides to developers in terms of customization, the learning curve goes up. This chapter aims at leveling the learning curve by introducing you to the myriad of windows, panels, inspectors, bars, and menus. Although I certainly won't deconstruct each and every feature, I will provide a gentle, yet concise overview of each and every piece of functionality Dreamweaver has to offer before unveiling them all as the chapters unfold.


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