Finally, you’re ready to put your pages on the Web, a process sometimes called publishing since they’ll become available for anyone to read. Dreamweaver’s expanded Files tab displays files on the remote Web server, along with those on your local machine. It plays a key role in helping you keep track of which files are where and when they were last changed.
It’s easy for you to help Web search engines highlight your site if you enter a succinct description, along with multiple keywords, in the home page. Dreamweaver places this information in the page’s hidden head code. (See extra bits on page 129.)