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(bulding a web site )dreamweaver

I want to buld a web site thour dreamwever can i creat it what can i do

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Re: (bulding a web site )dreamweaver

Yes you can .

First install dreamweaver.

and then read some basic tutorials .

you can get them on for beginners.

Posted on Oct 11, 2007

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Macromedia dreamweaver to crate menu bar

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  2. Locate your existing navigation menu, which at this time merely consists of a series of links to your home page, About Us page, Contact Us page and the Site Map. Select them and delete them. We will be completely replacing them in this chapter.
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    5. By default Dreamweaver created a submenu for your menu. We don't need one, so we will need to delete it. Select "Item 1.1". Directly above "Item 1.1" are two buttons "+" and "-". Click the "-" item to delete Item 1.1. Do the same for "Item 1.2" and "Item 1.3".
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How to save photoshop image in web

dreamweaver can't display PSD (Photoshop) files so you will need to export the file for web. To do this from Photoshop, press CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+S to save the file for web. Choose your settings (all of the displayed settings will let you view the file in dreamweaver) and then save your new file.

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What is a Dreamweaver? Please answer my question!!!


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