Graphics & Web Design
Dreamweaver & Flash
This chapter is from the book
- Q. What is the difference between a website and a web page?
- A. Simply put, a website is a group of web pages in a folder. A website is a dedicated space on the Web that contains a number of web pages that relate to each other. In practical terms, the combined content at www.pinkandyellow.com is a website, whereas a single page under the same domain, such as http://pinkandyellow.com/about.htm, is a web page.
- Q. Can I build a website without knowing anything about HTML and other code?
- A. Yes, you can. But as you see in the following hours, understanding the inner workings of a web page can save you a lot of time and energy and help you create better sites faster. That doesn’t mean you have to become a code guru. You can get a lot done with a rudimentary understanding of HTML.
- Q. Why does SuperPreview appear as a separate application in my program list?
- A. SuperPreview was built to work both as an integrated part of Expression Web 4 and as a standalone unit. This is to give you, the designer, an easy way to test pages and sites from your computer, your network, or on the Web without having to import them into Expression Web 4 first. There is no qualitative difference between the SuperPreview you see inside Expression Web 4 and the SuperPreview you see when you use it as a standalone application.