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Chapter 7. Building Reusable Templates a... > Creating Dreamweaver Templates

Creating Dreamweaver Templates

You’ve created what could generically be called a template, the Web page on which all the other Web pages will be based. You’ve implemented the interface, added links to shared scripts and style sheets, and left room for the individual content that will be added for each page of the online learning application. Now you will turn this Web page into a Dreamweaver template.

Power User Tip

Your graphics artists probably are not going to like me very much for suggesting this, but they are the perfect team members to organize the images into favorites folders in Dreamweaver and then share the organization with the rest of the team. Because the graphics artists create the images and movies for the site, they can transfer them into the main images directory. See Chapter 16, “Safely Collaborating and Sharing the eLearning Site,” for more information on sharing the online learning application files. As the graphics artists add images to the site, they can also organize the images in Dreamweaver’s Assets panel, and then share the XML files with other team members.



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