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Chapter 17. Using Reports

IN THIS CHAPTER

Understanding Reports

Exploring the Workflow Reports

Finding Out Which Files Are Checked Out by Whom

Investigating Your Site’s Design Notes

Exploring the HTML Reports

Uncovering Missing Alt Text

Catching Untitled Documents

Using the Accessibility Report

Using the Site Summary Reports

Reporting on Files by Creation or Modification Date

Estimating File Download Time

Reporting on Used File Types

Searching for Broken Links

Saving and Displaying Report Results

Dreamweaver comes with several useful reports that you’ll use to manage your online learning applications. It’s important that your Web pages be robust and abide by Web standards. Many of the Dreamweaver reports enable you to check that all the pages in the Web site have been formatted correctly, and overall, Dreamweaver reports simply make life easier by enabling you to seek out errors or provide documentation for your project.


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