Preparing custom starter pages


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Preparing custom starter pages

Once you have gone through the process of creating your layout and presentation styles, chances are that you won't want to do it again to achieve the exact same, or even similar, results. As such, finding ways of reusing your styles, whether it's for other projects for the same client or just a way of reusing the same layout with a different design, can save you a considerable amount of time. In this chapter, we are going to focus on techniques in Dreamweaver that allow you to reuse your CSS and your code for future projects. We will start by taking a look at how you can create your own custom starter pages as a way of helping you jump start future projects.

Let's take just a moment to review what it is that we are going to be building. In Dreamweaver, if you go File and choose New, you can go to Blank Page HTML, and you have some Preset Layouts that you can choose from. Notice there are 1 column versions, 2 column versions, 3 column versions, that sort of thing. And these ar...

Preparing custom starter pages
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Preparing 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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