Defining a new site


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Defining a new site

When you start working on a new project in Dreamweaver the very first thing you should do is define a site. The site management capabilities of Dreamweaver are tied directly into that site's definition. Without first defining a site Dreamweaver won't be able to resolve links, check related files or help you manage any of your assets. The best part about defining sites in Dreamweaver is how amazingly simple the process is. In fact, you only need to know two things to get started; where the local root directory is, and what you want to name the site.

So there are several different locations in Dreamweaver where you can define a site. Let's take a look at a few of them. You could go up to the menu and you could choose Site>New Site. You could go to the Application toolbar and choose Site>New Site, you could come over to the Files panel and you could grab the pull-down menu right here under Desktop and go to Manage Sites, which in turn allows you to create a new site. And ...

Defining a new site
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Defining a new site provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Dreamweaver CS6 Essential Training

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Web
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