Fortunately, computers excel at tedious organizational tasks. Dreamweaver’s site management features take care of the complexities of dealing with a website’s many files, freeing you to concentrate on the creative aspects of the site. In fact, even if you’re a hand-coding HTML junkie and you turn your nose up at all visual web page editors, you may find Dreamweaver worth its weight in gold just for the features described in this and the next two chapters.
The first three parts of this book described how to create, lay out, and embellish your site. This part offers a bird’s-eye view of the production process as you see your site through to completion and, ultimately, put it up on the Internet.
To get the most out of Dreamweaver’s site management features, ...