Adding content to a site


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Adding content to a site

As you've already seen, all the files in assets used in your website need to be stored somewhere in your Local root folder, but there will be sometimes when you need to bring in new content that's outside of your Local root folder. For example, if a client sends you some new images that she'd like you to place on her website. The images might come to you in an email, or on a CD. To use those images, you need to move them into your Local root folder. Let's take a look at a couple ways of how to do this. Inside the ourproducts folder, I'm going to open up the kettlesandteapots file. This page lists the three types of kettles our company carries.

There are suppose to be pictures of each of the kettles on this page but those pictures haven't been added yet. I went ahead, and built the page while waiting for the client to send me the photos, and I used these three place holders to represent where the pictures are eventually going to go. If I look out into my desktop for a m...

Adding content to a site
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Adding content to a site provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Dreamweaver CS3 Essential Training

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Web
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