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Chapter 6. Using Dreamweaver: Advanced T... > Exploring the Assets Panel and Libra...

Exploring the Assets Panel and Library Items

Two other handy tools in Dreamweaver are the Assets panel and library items. They're grouped together and they both help you keep things organized, but they aren't exactly the same thing.

The Assets panel provides a quick‐and‐easy way to see all the things that are available within your site. It provides easy access to things like images, templates, multimedia elements, and color schemes. Library items are pieces of code that you make into modules that you can quickly add to a page. Unlike Code Snippets, which are also bits of code that you can use on your pages over and over, you build library items, and they're associated with a particular site. They work a bit like minitemplates. When you add them to a page, they aren't editable unless you detach them from the original library item. However, if you make changes to the library item itself, a similar Update Files dialog box appears.


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