Creating a Dynamic Web Template

When your general layout is done and your style sheet is able to present your layout and background as you want them, it’s time to move the design to a Dynamic Web Template so that you can easily attach the design to any number of pages that you require. You’ll also gain the benefit of updating the template in one single location, and of having those changes immediately affect all of the pages that are attached to the Dynamic Web Template.

In this exercise, you will create a Dynamic Web Template, move your layout design into it, and set up editable regions in both the visible Design view and the Code view (HEAD element).

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USE the CH7 site that you modified in the preceding exercise.

OPEN the CH7 site if it isn’t ...

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