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Dream Weaver Course Manual

Dream Weaver Course Manual

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This document contains the basic for dreamweaver. It is ideal for beginners since this manual is used in classes to teach students who haven't met dreamweaver at all.
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Macromedia Dreamweaver is a professional HTML editorfor visually designing and managing Web sites and pages.Whether you enjoy the control of hand-coding HTML orprefer to work in a visual editing environment,Dreamweaver makes it easy to get started and providesyou with helpful tools to enhance your Web designexperience.Dreamweaver includes many coding tools and features:an HTML, CSS, and JavaScript reference, a JavaScriptDebugger, and code editors (the Code view and Codeinspector) that allow you to edit JavaScript, XML, andother text documents directly in Dreamweaver.Macromedia's Roundtrip HTML technology imports HTMLdocuments without reformatting the code—and you canset Dreamweaver to clean up and reformat HTML whenyou want it to.Dreamweaver's visual editing features also let you quicklyadd design and functionality to your pages without writinga line of code. You can view all your site elements orassets and drag them from an easy-to-use panel directlyinto a document. Streamline your development workflowby creating and editing images in Macromedia Fireworks,then importing them directly into Dreamweaver, or byadding Flash objects you create directly in Dreamweaver.Dreamweaver is fully customizable. Use Dreamweaver tocreate your own objects and commands, modify keyboardshortcuts, and even write JavaScript code to extendDreamweaver's capabilities with new behaviors, Propertyinspectors, and site reports.
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About the Dreamweaver work area
The Dreamweaver work area accommodates different styles of working and levels of expertise.Here are some of the most commonly used components:
The Document window displays the current document as you create and edit it.The Launcher bar at the bottom right of the Document window contains buttons foropening and closing your most frequently used inspectors and panels. The icons onthe Launcher bar also appear on the Launcher, a floating panel that you can choosefrom the Window menu. You can specify which icons appear in the Launcher bar andLauncher by setting Panels preferences.The toolbar contains buttons and pop-up menus that let you view the Documentwindow in different ways, set view options, and access some common operations, forexample, previewing in a browser.Context menus let you quickly access useful commands pertaining to the currentselection or area. To display a context menu, right-click (Windows) or Control-click(Macintosh) an item in a window.
 
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The Objects panel contains buttons for creating and inserting various types of objects,such as images, tables, layers, and frames. You can also switch between Standardand Layout view and access the Layout view drawing tools.The Property inspector displays properties for the selected object or text, and lets youmodify those properties. (Which properties appear in the inspector depend on theobject or text selected.)Dreamweaver provides many other inspectors, panels, and windows not shown here,such as the History panel and the Code inspector. Many of these items can be"docked"—that is, you can combine windows, inspectors, and panels into tabbedwindows.
To open Dreamweaver's windows, inspectors, and panels, use the Window menu. A check marknext to an item in the Window menu indicates that the named item is currently open (though itmay be hidden behind other windows). To display an item that isn't currently open, choose theitem name from the menu.If a panel or inspector is checked but does not appear, choose Window > Arrange Panels.
Document window
In Design view, the Document window displays the current document approximately as it appearsin a Web browser. The title bar of the Document window displays the page title and, inparentheses, the name of the root folder, the file name, and an asterisk if the file containsunsaved changes.The status bar, found at the bottom of the Document window, provides additional informationabout the document you are creating.The tag selector displays the HTML parent tags that control selected text or objects. Click one of these tags to highlight its contents in the Document window. Click
<body>
to select the wholebody of the document.The Window Size pop-up menu lets you resize the Document window to predetermined or customdimensions.To the right of the Window Size pop-up menu, you'll see the estimated document size anddownload time of the page, including all dependent files such as images and other media files.

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