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Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 Advanced for Windows and Macintosh: Visual Quickpro Guide by Lucinda Dykes

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Chapter 3. Preparing Your Coding Environment

Building Web applications is back-end work that focuses on coding. Now that you have a Web server and an application server, and you’ve set up a Dreamweaver site, it’s time to set up your Dreamweaver coding environment before you start working directly with code.

As an experienced Dreamweaver user, you already know about Dreamweaver’s document view options, which include Code, Design, and Split (Code and Design combined). While all three views can be useful when developing Web applications, you’re likely to use Code view most often, because application development usually involves more work with code than with design.

Dreamweaver lets you do all your code work by hand or automate coding tasks with ...

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