Chapter 20. Site-Wide Content with Templates and Libraries

Almost every website has some repeated content. Whether it is a header with the company logo and tagline, a navigation bar, a footer with contact or copyright information, or other features, it’s very common—and good design practice!—to use the same content on more than one page. But managing this repeated content is time-consuming and can lead to errors and inconsistencies across your site.

Working with Templates

A Dreamweaver MX 2004 template fits within the ordinary definition of the word template in that it is a page that serves as a pattern for others like itself. Even those who don’t use Dreamweaver templates might create a template ...

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