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Establishing a Web Site

Before you start using Dreamweaver to design your Web site, you should first define your Dreamweaver site. Defining a site refers to setting up a directory structure locally and, when appropriate, on the remote server where the site will appear. After your site is defined, you can begin working on your new pages and sites in an organized fashion.

Most readers will already have an idea of how best to create directory structures, and many of you might be running Web servers of your own. This experience will be helpful to you as you proceed to set up both your computer and any remote server for Macromedia Dreamweaver. In fact, if you already have a Web server set up, you can jump right into the following tasks.


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