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Summary

The chapters in this section cover Dreamweaver from a coder’s perspective, both inside and out. In Chapter 33, “Writing Code in Dreamweaver,” you learn how you can use Dreamweaver to write the various kinds of scripting and markup language discussed in this chapter and what tools Dreamweaver provides to make that job easier. The remaining chapters cover how to work with Dreamweaver as code. Chapter 34 discusses how Dreamweaver itself is configured using JavaScript, HTML, and XML. Chapter 35, “Working with Extensions,” explores the world of Dreamweaver extensions—chunks of script and markup that add to the program’s functionality and enable you to affect its interface. Finally, in Chapter 36, “Creating Extensions,” you learn how to write your own custom objects and commands, using either Dreamweaver or an external code editor. Affix your pocket protectors, put on your propeller-hats, and read on.


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