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Planning and Defining Your Dreamweave MX Project

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Before you can do anything in Dreamweaver, you need to plan and define your site. Creating a Dreamweaver site definition is the important first step in creating a Web site.

Dreamweaver MX is the premier professional Web editing software, and "Sams Teach Yourself Macromedia Dreamweaver MX in 24 Hours" enables you to create a functional Web site with it in just 24 lessons. This book introduces creating both simple and advanced Web pages, including forms, tables, and multimedia. Tips give you extra power-user information. Learn how to organize and construct a Web site, add JavaScript using Dreamweaver behaviors, and add dynamic HTML with layers and cascading style sheets. This book covers everything you need to know to make a Web site with Dreamweaver.

—Betsy Bruce

This chapter is from the book

Introduction: Getting Started

You use the Site panel to plan, create, and manage your projects. It's important that you define your Web site before you start working on it so Dreamweaver knows how to set links properly. Defining a new site should always be your first step when you start working on a new project.

In this hour, you will learn

  • How to define a Web site using the Site Definition wizard

  • How to modify your Web site definition

  • How to organize a Web site

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