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Extraordinar de BUNNNN

Extraordinar de BUNNNN

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Published by: Liviu Cana on Jan 09, 2013
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Menu Bar

The menus
provide access to


You can switch
between a
variety of
workspaces, or
panel layouts,
using the options
presented here.


The primary
functionality of
the program can
be accessed
from these
panels. Double-click the title of a
panel to open or collapse it.

Properties Panel

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of the currently selected objects,
and changes depending on the
type of object selected.

Tag Chooser

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elements in your document by
clicking them.

Browser Navigation Bar

While using Dreamweaver’s Live
view feature, you can navigate to
pages or sites just as you would
in a normal browser.


Switch between Dreamweaver’s
views or add a title to your
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The Site Setup dialog box

3 Type a name for your site.

4 Either type the path or
browse to the folder on your
hard drive that contains your
site’s files.

5 Click Save.

The site is created.

1 Click Site.

2 Click New Site.

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You will primarily use Dreamweaver to create and edit Web sites — collections of related pages.

Although you can work with individual pages, you will find that many advanced features become
available only when you define a site. Earlier, in your site planning, you will have created a single
root folder to hold all of your site’s files. At its simplest, defining a site in Dreamweaver allows you
to tell the program where these files are. Later, you can configure additional settings to upload files
to your Web host.

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