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Designing Web Pages for the Recruitment System Application

As discussed in Chapter 15, the high-level design for the Recruitment System application involves designing six Web pages. Before you start designing these Web pages, it’s important that you have a proper directory structure in place for structured application development. As a first step, create a directory named ProjectThree. You’ll store all the Web pages and code files in this directory. To design static components, such as controls on Web pages, you’ll use Dreamweaver MX. For more details on designing Web pages with Dreamweaver MX, refer to Appendix D, “Using Dreamweaver MX.”

Designing the Login Page

Using Dreamweaver,create a basic HTML page and save it as Login.cfm in the ProjectThree directory. This page contains a combination of HTML and CFML tags and a client variable. Client variables are used to store values that can be used across multiple Web pages. HTML tags provide the basic structure of the Login page.


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