If you're like me, when you work on a site you're constantly creating new files…and folders, renaming files, moving files around within your directory…structure, all sorts of mayhem. Let's face it.…No matter how well you plan your site, chances are you're going to modify the…directory structure at one time or another.…Now to make those kinds of changes to your site I strongly recommend using the…Files panel, that you will find right over here.…Instead of going out say to Windows Explorer or the Finder Panel in the Mac, …the reason for that is the Files panel can be used for a lot of different things.…
For example, you can create new files and folders with it, you can rename…existing files, move files and folders, copy and paste files, everything that…you can do in Windows Explorer or the Mac Finder.…But the reason is not just because it's the most efficient way to make those…changes rather than having to go back outside of the program, but there is a…bigger reason, it's the safest way to make those changes.…
- Choosing and customizing a workspace
- Defining a new site
- Uploading files to your site
- Creating new documents and web pages
- Formatting source code
- Working with CSS
- Placing images and background graphics
- Creating links
- Styling a basic table
- Creating a web form with buttons, check boxes, and list menus
- Adding Spry effects
Skill Level Beginner
What is Dreamweaver?1m 4s
1. The Dreamweaver Interface
2. Site Control
3. Creating New Documents
4. Adding and Structuring Text
5. Coding in Dreamweaver
6. Managing CSS
7. Working with Images
8. Creating Links
9. Working with Tables
10. Working with Forms
11. Adding Interactivity
Additional resources1m 2s
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