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USING DREAMWEAVER TEMPLATES
Designing Web pages can be a fun and rewarding experience. However, implementing a new design on many Web pages can be time consuming and tedious. A standard design, called a template, can help make this conversion process easier. Dreamweaver allows you to create new Web pages from a template and convert existing pages to a template — all in a relatively simple process.
What are templates?
Templates, as used in Dreamweaver, represent generic Web pages that contain the key elements you want future Web pages to look like. Elements such as a logo, header, navigation, content and a footer can usually be found in a template. It may also include sample text to remind you what information goes in which area.
Advantages of templates
Lessons in this tutorial
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Last updated: February 4, 2010