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Using the Site Panel

You'll select the site you'd like to work on in the Site panel, shown in Figure 3.8. You can then select the Web page you'd like to edit from the Site panel or create a new one. In Windows, the Site panel enables you to browse files on your computer. To get a bigger view of the site and more functionality, select the Expand/Collapse button in the Site panel to open the Site window. Mac users use the Site window instead of the Site panel; it can be opened using the Site Files command in the Site menu.

Figure 3.8 The Site panel enables you to change sites and open Web pages.

The Site panel enables you to quickly locate and launch all the files in your Web site. You may want to leave it open all the time and use it to open files. If you use the Site panel to open files, you won't need to constantly select the Open command and navigate to files. You can move, rename, delete, copy, paste, and open files in the Site panel.

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