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Dreamweaver 5
 Can I view and edit the HTML code?

Dreamweaver provides direct access to the HTML code through the Code view or the split Code and Design view' or as a separate panel using the Code Inspector. Once the code is accessed' you can directly hand code HTML and see the code rendered in the visual Design view. In Design view' in addition to the Quick Tag Editor'you have several ways of adding or modifying tags and their attributes. The Tag Inspector allows you to modify attributes for tags selected in Design view. The Code view will show hints as you type. Dreamweaver MX 2004 also allows tag-level customization of code through its Tag Library Editor.

   
 What is the Dreamweaver Exchange?

The Macromedia Exchange for Dreamweaver is the place developers can download extensions that will extend the functionality of Dreamweaver MX 2004. These easy-to-install extensions are a great way for a beginning user to expand on Dreamweaver's core functionality. Advanced users can share their own objects' behaviors' and commands through the Exchange and new users can benefit from the efforts of the community of extension developers.

 
 Can I make e-commerce sites with Dreamweaver MX 2004?

You can easily and professionally develop e-commerce Internet applications with Dreamweaver MX 2004' as just one example of database-driven content.

 
 What Macintosh operating system is required to run Dreamweaver MX 2004?

Macintosh OS X version 10.2.6 or above is required to run Dreamweaver MX 2004. Dreamweaver MX 2004 is fully "carbonized'" which means that it will run natively on Macintosh OS X. Macintosh operating systems prior to 10.2.6' including version 9' are not supported.

 
 Does Dreamweaver MX 2004 support accessibility efforts?

Dreamweaver MX 2004 allows you to see user interface items that will help you author accessible pages. In addition to this' you can run reports on websites to determine how well web pages meet accessibility guidelines. These efforts and more are described in the Macromedia Accessibility website.

 
What is the class index of Dreamweaver MX 2004?

The class index of Dreamweaver MX 2004. These are

  • create a Web site structure on your local machine.
  • add text content to a site.
  • format text.
  • work with images.
  • add navigation elements to a site.
  • structure pages.
  • streamline workflow with libraries and templates.
  • develop forms.
  • test, maintain, and upload a site.
  • create database-driven web sites
  • pass data between pages.
  • send email from a web page
  • build a search interface
 
  How can you define a site with Dreamweaver MX 2004?

Dreamweaver operates based upon the concept of a web site. When you first open the program, Dreamweaver makes you define a site. This helps you keep all files organized. With a simple web site, you will just need to keep a few files within a file folder. However, it is best to plan this out before you start, since folder maintenance will help greatly as your site grows and you start linking to other web pages and adding graphics.
We do have some folder conventions for faculty. If you are updating an existing site, you will want to use the current folder structure. If you are working with others on a site (such as a department, special project, or student club) you will need to work closely so that you can coordinate your files, file structure and layout.
The instructions below assume you are using ACC's tutorial files inside a folder called My Documents.
Open the Site Files window. You can open this window by choosing Site > Site Files
Choose New in the window that pops up. Select the Advanced tab in the Site Definition window. Dreamweaver will now ask for name of the site and where it is on your hard drive. For now, just enter the Local Info. Enter the relevant information.

 
  How can you define Dreamweaver Layout?

Dreamweaver allows you to insert objects and change their attributes with the floating panels and menu commands. Dreamweaver for Windows also has the option to have fixed panels instead of floating panels. Once objects have been inserted on the page, they appear as they will when the web page is published online.

Once you start Dreamweaver, you may see a blank Web page with 3 floating panels:

Insert Panel: By default, this is the top menu bar on both PC and Macintosh. It has graphical buttons or icons for objects that can be inserted into a web page. These include images, tables and applets. You can select different types of objects from the tabs at the top of the panel. The Common list is the default.

Properties Panel: By default, this panel is below your web page. It looks like a Word processor formatting toolbar. When you choose an element on the Web page, you can adjust its properties here. You can toggle the advanced properties by clicking the small white arrow in the lower right corner of the panel.

Answer Panel: By default, this panel appears at the bottom of listed panels on the right. If it does not automatically appear, click on the arrow next to Answers to maximize the panel. You can quickly access the Dreamweaver tutorials and other information here.

All of Dreamweaver's panels can be moved, or opened and closed via the Window menu.

   

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