After inserting a graphic, you can work on it in several ways: attaching a link to the image, aligning it on the page, or adding a border and margin to it, for example. Dreamweaver also includes some basic tools that let you crop, resize, optimize, sharpen, and adjust contrast and brightness (see "Editing Graphics" on Section 5.2.5).
As with most objects on a Web page, you set image properties using the Property inspector (see Figure 5-4).
Figure 5-4. The Property inspector shows the selected graphic's dimensions, source, alignment, border, and margins. A thumbnail version appears in the upper-left corner—in this case, bearing the logo of Fireworks, which created it.
Just to the right of an image's thumbnail on the Property inspector is a small field where you can type a name for that image. Most of the time, you'll leave this field blank.
When you add a name, Dreamweaver adds both a Name property and an ID property to the ...