Dreamweaver Layers

Layers are squares that can be placed wherever you want in the Page,we can insert HTML content in them. Those layers can be hidden and overlapped between them. This gives you a great variety to design.Layers can be moved from their positions by just clicking on the the white square in its left top corner,and while keeping the mouse pressed,dragging it to the new position.They can also resize by clicking on the black squares and dragging them until the size you want is reached.You can insert text,tables,images,and flash animations inside the layer’s square, and also all the elements that an HTML file can contain.
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Image Insertion

Inserting an image in Dreamweaver:
To insert an image go to the Insert menu, and then select the Image option. A window appears and you can browse your image and the particular image appear in the page you use.

Link in Dreamweaver

A hyperlink or link, is just a connection that redirects you to another Page or file when you click on it.
You can assign a link to a text, to an image, or to part of an image.

Creating links:
The easiest way to create a link is through the properties inspector. To do this you have to select the text or the object which is going to be used as a link, and then you must establish the Link in the inspector.
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Tips for Dreamweaver

Tips to speed up your web site building with Dreamweaver:

1)Manage your sites.
Manage your site ,before starting a new project in dreamweaver.Dreamweaver uses site management to store files that you don’t need to show
on your web site but which you will need for later updates like templates.
There are 2 ways of setting up the new project. Site an via FTP.
If you are working local then choose Site to manage your web site.
You need an FTP client or use the build-in synchronisation tool to upload your files to the web server.
The other option FTP & RDS will allow you to to update your web site on the web server directly.
Use this option if your not doing any testing anymore.
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