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Becoming Familiar With the Dreamweaver Interface

  • We need an HTML editor in order to view and edit the final web pages
  • An HTML editor allows you to view and modify HTML & CSS
  • It also allows you to preview pages in the browser
  • I will be using Dreamweaver, but you can use any HTML editor
  • Go through the interface naming the various items
  • Customize the interface
  • Explain the Files panel
  • Create a new web page, add some text & show how to preview it in the browser