3. Building Your First Page

After you’ve set up your local site, you can begin filling the site with pages. To do that, you’ll need to create a page, give it a title, add some content to the page, and save it. To check your work, you should view the page in one or more Web browsers before you upload it to your Web server. Luckily, Dreamweaver makes it easy to view your work in different browsers.

If you need a little inspiration, Dreamweaver offers a variety of sample pages that you can use as a jumping-off point for your own creative efforts. You can also choose from a variety of page designs created entirely with CSS.

In this chapter, we’ll also briefly discuss how you add text, links, and images to your pages, although we go into those subjects ...

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