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Summary

As you have seen in this chapter, templating in Dreamweaver offers a robust and intuitive method for developing and managing an organization's look and feel. In this chapter, you learned about templates—how to build templates from scratch, how to define editable, repeating, and optional regions, and how to apply templates to existing pages. Reinforced by those basic concepts, you also learned about more advanced features such as template management using the Assets panel, how to apply templates to existing pages, remapping inconsistent template regions, removing template markup, and changing the default document using Dreamweaver.

In the next chapter, we'll learn about a second method for globalizing content: library items.


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