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Chapter 18. Site Publishing and Maintena... > How Dreamweaver Works with Remote Si...

How Dreamweaver Works with Remote Sites

Before delving into the remote site functions and features Dreamweaver provides, you need a basic understanding of how Dreamweaver thinks about your remote sites.

As you’ve undoubtedly wandered about on the Internet, you’re sure to have noticed that the web page addresses typically follow a basic and, hopefully, intuitive naming scheme. For instance, many home pages, or default documents, are called index.htm. If you click to view a certain company’s products page, more often than not, you’ll be directed to the product’s subdirectory. Not only does this allow for better organization and maintenance, but it just makes sense.


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