Building custom starter pages


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Building custom starter pages

Now that we have built a custom starter page, the only thing left for us to do is to let Dreamweaver know that our new page is the starter page. To do that, we will need to copy our page into Dreamweaver's directory structure. Although we could stop there and still have the functionality we want, we are going to take our starter page a little bit further by adding a preview image for it, and passing along some descriptive information for our page in Dreamweaver's New Page dialog box. Now, I have Dreamweaver open right now, but no individual file open. And for what I need to show you guys now, we are going to have to go exploring through our hard drive.

So I am on a PC. The location of the files for me is going to be a little different than for any of you guys that are on the Mac, but once we get into the folder, the location is exactly the same. So what I am going to do is go down to my Start menu, and I am just going to go to My Computer. I am going to go to my Local Disk. Now, I am...

Building custom starter pages
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Building custom starter pages provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Managing CSS in Dreamweaver

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