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Web Design All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition by Sue Jenkins

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Chapter 9: Making Websites with Templates and Server-Side Includes

In This Chapter

check.png Organizing your site’s assets

check.png Understanding the benefits of using templates

check.png Creating and using templates

check.png Working with Server-Side Includes

check.png Understanding site-root and document relative paths

check.png Comparing templates and SSIs

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At this stage, you’ve probably already designed your mock-up for the site, optimized all the graphics, and chosen how to lay out your pages using layers and tables, and you have a basic understanding about how to position and style the content with CSS. The next step you take in building your website is to create a master page from which you generate all the other pages on the site. Though each page will have different content, the general layout for every page will likely be the ...

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