A Simple Guide to Dreamweaver MX (Simple Guide) by Belinda Walthew

By Belinda Walthew

Dreamweaver MX is a part of the MX net improvement 'family' at Macromedia and provides a worldly improvement interface for either novices and complicated clients. Dreamweaver lets you get your arms soiled with noticeable and obtainable HTML code or permits you to paintings in comfortable lack of understanding whereas it builds code for you backstage. With Dreamweaver you could construct an internet site from scratch, combine complicated net applied sciences and scripts in your web page, boost dynamic web pages with database integration, attempt the positioning in several browsers, add and obtain your web site and deal with your web site in a staff atmosphere - all from in the application interface. This consultant is designed that can assist you start in Dreamweaver and covers all the significant facets of this system with out getting slowed down in overly advanced aspect. alongside the best way you will find many suggestions and extras which can assist you to exploit this system good, and in addition keep away from a few of the universal pitfalls of establishing an internet site.

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To add an existing site to your Site window, follow the same instructions as for Setting up a site in Dreamweaver and select the existing site folder. Deleting a site from the Site window 1. Go to Site > Edit Sites. 2. Highlight the site you want to delete and click the Remove button. ) it will not delete the site from your local or remote system. Changing the look of the Site window There are various changes you can make to the Site window view. ■ ■ If you are only working locally and do not wish to view the Remote Site files area you can collapse the window by clicking on the small arrow on the bottom left-hand side of the Site window.

3 The page title appearing in the browser. ■ ■ ■ ■ Background image. Use the Browse button to select a background image that will be automatically tiled, or repeated, to fit the browser window. Background. Click on the Color picker box and use the Eyedropper tool to select a background colour for your page. When you create a new page in Dreamweaver the default background colour is set to white (#FFFFFF). Text. Click on the Color picker box and use the Eyedropper tool to select a text colour for the page.

Visited Links. Set a visited link colour for the page. You may have noticed when using the Internet that if you follow a link to a Website, when you return to the page with that link it will have changed colour. Yes? Well, that is the ‘visited link’ colour that you’re seeing. ■ Active Links. Set an active link colour for the page. An active link colour appears when the user clicks on the link – usually only a flash before the new page is called up. If the user follows a link and then uses that Back button to return to the page with the link, the active link colour may still be visible in some browsers.

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