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Adobe® Business Catalyst®: Design full-featured websites without the hassles of development by Tommi West, John Ulliman

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Chapter 3. Working with Templates

Contents

Understanding Templates

Examining the Elements of the Template Used in the Trial Site

Managing and Applying Templates in the Admin Console

Applying Templates to New Pages in Dreamweaver

Editing Templates in Dreamweaver

Editing Menu Items in Dynamic Menus

When you design the appearance of sites built with the Business Catalyst Platform, you’ll use template files. Templates contain the recurring parts of the design that are displayed on every page, such as the header, footer, logo, and site navigation.

Every Business Catalyst site uses at least one template file. If you make multiple templates, it’s a best practice to set one of the templates as the default. Every new page you create uses the site’s default ...

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