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Chapter 3. Building a Web Page

IN THIS CHAPTER

In the last chapter, you learned about the many windows, bars, panels, and menus that Dreamweaver includes to aid you in the development of your web pages. You learned that the Document window is the heart of Dreamweaver and where most of your creative energy will be focused. You also learned that the Document window is surrounded by a myriad of panels contained within panel groups that facilitate the addition of functionality for your pages, a feature rich inspector to assist you in the addition of properties for elements within the Document window, and a complete menu bar that structures every Dreamweaver feature into an easy-to-use grouped list of options.

Moving beyond the simplicities of learning the user interface lies creating an actual web page. In this chapter, you'll take the foundation you gained in the last chapter and build on it to create a simple web page. Using the many tools that you explored in the previous chapter, you'll create a new page in Design view, work with text in the Document window, add images to your web page, examine linking using hyperlinks, and finally, learn how to work with your web pages in Code view.

You can work with the examples in this chapter by downloading the files from www.dreamweaverunleashed.com. You'll want to save the files for Chapter 3 in an easy-to-find location. I'll place mine in C:\Dorknozzle\Chapter03.

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