Chapter 3. Working with Pages

Having set up a Web site in Chapter 2, you’re ready to create individual pages. This chapter also covers other page basics, such as saving, renaming, retitling, and deleting pages. Finally, you’ll learn how to preview your pages in a variety of Web browsers.

Creating Web Pages

As in creating Web sites, you have two routes to go: start from scratch with a blank page or use a CSS-based template page. Depending on the situation, you’ll probably do a little of both. If you’ve created a lot of pages before, starting with a blank page may be perfect for your needs. If you’re looking to learn the ins and outs of CSS, however, starting with one of Expression Web’s CSS-based page templates can save time by giving you a jump ...

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