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Master Visually®: Dreamweaver® CS4 and Flash® CS4 Professional by Rob Huddleston

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Chapter 13. Manage a Web Site

Manage Files in the Files Panel

As your Web site becomes bigger and more complex, you will need to have a plan in place to deal with your files. While you could simply place all of your Web pages, images, CSS documents, and other site files in the root folder, this will make your site unmanageable fairly quickly, and so it is best to organize them logically.

While it is ideal to plan out the organization before you start working on the site, you will probably need to create new folders, move files into folders, and sometimes even rename files as you work. You can do all of these file-management tasks directly in Dreamweaver's Files panel.

If you rename a file directly through Windows Explorer or some other operating ...

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