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Teach Yourself VISUALLY™: Dreamweaver® CS3 by Janine Warner

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Chapter 2. Setting Up Your Web Site

Setting Up Your Web Site

You start a project in Dreamweaver by defining a local root folder where you will store all of the files in your Web site on your computer. You can then create your first page and save it in the root folder. This chapter shows you how to set up your Web site.

  • Define a New Web Site

  • Create a New Web Page

  • Add a Title to a Web Page

  • Save a Web Page

  • Preview a Web Page in a Browser

Define a New Web Site

Before you create your Web pages, you need to define your site in Dreamweaver and set up a root folder where you can store all of the files in your site. Defining a root site folder enables Dreamweaver to manage your files in ...

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