When you establish web sites using Dreamweaver, you must define a home page as the front door for your Dreamweaver site. So your web site tree structure can grow from the file. This article will teach you how to do it.
- Launch Dreamweaver and click Site - Manage Sites.
- The Manage Sites dialog box appears, select your site and click Edit.
- The Site Definition dialog box appears, click the Advanced tab and select Site Map Layout from the Category list.
- Click the browse button, select the home page file defined as the home page for your site and click Open.
- Click the Done button to exit the Manage Sites dialog box
- Now you've defined a home page for your Dreamweaver site.
If you use Adobe Dreamweaver CS4, you can't find the site map layout in the preference panel. So you just need to save your home page in your local root folder as index.html, index.htm or default.htm, depending on your system server's requirement.
I remember Dreamweaver can switch between file names and page titles in Site map, but now I just forget where to set it.Can you help me?Thank you in advance!
Not every body who is using the iWeb has to use the same template and even the dimensions, so if you want to have a little change, i will show you the way about how to change an iWeb site's page dimensions.
Dreamweaver allows you to build web pages without defining a site. Still, it is a good idea to define a site (even if you are building a small site). Let me show you how to Set up local site using Dreamweaver Site Definition.
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