Appendix A

What’s on the Website?

In This Appendix

  • Visiting the book’s website
  • Files and programs on the website
  • Troubleshooting

The Dreamweaver CS6 Bible companion website, http://www.wiley.com/go/dreamweavercs6bible, contains the following:

  • Code examples used in the book, including those from the Dreamweaver Techniques.
  • A list of Dreamweaver extensions from the leaders in the Dreamweaver community, designed to make your work more productive. The types of extensions include behaviors, server behaviors, objects, commands, and inspectors.

Visiting the Book’s Website

The website contains files that run on more than one computer platform—in this case, both Windows and Macintosh computers.

In the Configuration folder, the file structure replicates the structure that Dreamweaver sets up when it is installed. For example, objects found in the drive\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Dreamweaver CS6\Configuration\Objects (/Applications/Adobe Dreamweaver CS6/Configuration/Objects) folder should be in that location for both the website and the installed program. One slight variation: In the Additional Extensions folder, you’ll find the various behaviors, objects, and so on, filed under the author’s name.

Files and Programs on the Website

The Dreamweaver CS6 Bible website contains a host of extensions and auxiliary files to assist your exploration of Dreamweaver, as well as your web page design work in general. The following sections provide a description of those files and programs.

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