16. Managing Your Site

As you’ve seen the in the rest of this book, building a site means creating dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of files that must work together in order to present a dynamic, exciting Web site. Keeping track of and managing all these files, a process called site management, may not be an exciting job, but it is essential.

The problem of site management gets even more complex when, as is extremely common these days, you are just one member of a team that is responsible for building and maintaining the Web site. Imagine, for example, that you have two or three people who could be responsible for making changes to page content. It would be easy for one person to overwrite the changes already made by a coworker on the same ...

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