Chapter 3. Creating and Working with Documents

This chapter covers that most basic of tasks—creating a new document, setting it up, and turning it into a web page. Unless you’re a complete Dreamweaver newbie, you’ve probably done this before.

The Basics of Creating Documents

Dreamweaver isn’t just for HTML anymore, although that still might be the main kind of page that many users will want to work with. With Dreamweaver MX 2004, however, just about any kind of text-based web document can be created, edited, and sometimes even graphically rendered in Design view. This includes not only HTML, but also all the various live data document types, such as ASP, CFM, PHP

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