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Visual QuickProject Guide: Creating a Web Page in Dreamweaver by Nolan Hester

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Chapter 1. Welcome to Dreamweaver

Dreamweaver is a powerful program, packed with cool features to create Web sites. So packed, in fact, that it can be a bit overwhelming.

Welcome to Dreamweaver

Not to worry. We aren’t going to explain every possible option—just the crucial ones to keep you going, no matter how daunting Dreamweaver may seem initially. We’ll have some fun along the way, too, so let’s get started.

Explore Dreamweaver

A series of key toolbars, windows, and panels surround your main Dreamweaver document. Take a moment to understand how they work and you’ll save yourself frustration later. (See extra bits on page 8.)

Set Up Local Site

Once you’ve installed Dreamweaver, ...

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