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How to Add Web Browsers to the Preview Feature in Dreamweaver

To help you test your pages, Dreamweaver makes it possible to add multiple browsers to the preview. The first step is to download and install a variety of browsers on your hard drive. [more…]

How to Preview Pages in Many Web Browsers in Dreamweaver

When you're using Dreamweaver to design web pages for the broadest audience on the web, it’s best to test your site by previewing the pages in a variety of web browsers. The following steps walk you through [more…]

How to Test Your Work with the Dreamweaver Site Reporting Feature

Before you put your site online for the world to see, check your work using the Dreamweaver site reporting feature. You can create a variety of reports to identify problems with external links, redundant [more…]

How to Check for Broken Links in Dreamweaver

It can be very frustrating to complete a site in Dreamweaver, only to discover that your links go nowhere. You may simply have a broken link. To check a site for broken links, follow these steps: [more…]

How to Fix Broken Links in Dreamweaver

Dreamweaver makes fixing broken links simple by providing quick access to files with broken links and automating the process of fixing multiple links to the same file. Broken links are one of the worst [more…]

How to Make Global Changes to Links in Dreamweaver

If you want to globally change a link in Dreamweaver to point at a new URL or to some other page on your site, you can use the Change Link Sitewide option to enter the new URL and change every reference [more…]

How to Move and Rename Files and Folders in Dreamweaver

Dreamweaver makes it wonderfully simple to manage the files and folders on your website. To move or rename files and folders in one of your websites, follow these easy steps: [more…]

How to Create Files and Create and Delete Folders in Dreamweaver

Dreamweaver gives you multiple options for managing the information on your website. You can create a folder as well as delete folders and files. Just follow these fast and easy steps: [more…]

How to Set Up Dreamweaver’s FTP Features

After you gather all your FTP information, you’re ready to set up Dreamweaver’s FTP publishing features. This process can seem daunting and often takes a few tries to get right, but the good news is that [more…]

How to Publish Files to a Web Server with FTP in Dreamweaver

You can upload pages to your server and download pages from your server using the built-in FTP capabilities of Dreamweaver. To transfer files between your hard drive and a remote server, follow these steps [more…]

How to Download an Existing Website in Dreamweaver

If you want to work on an existing website and you don’t already have a copy of it on your computer, you can use Dreamweaver to download any or all files in any website [more…]

How to Synchronize Local and Remote Sites in Dreamweaver

One of the most valuable features in Dreamweaver's FTP options is the capability to automatically synchronize the files on your hard drive with the files on your server. This cool feature helps you keep [more…]

How to Use Design Notes in Dreamweaver

If you sometimes forget the details of your work or neglect to tell colleagues about updates to pages in your website, the Dreamweaver Design Notes feature may be useful. If you’re the only person working [more…]

How to Use Layout Options in Dreamweaver’s CSS Property Panel

At the top of the CSS Designer Properties panel you find the CSS properties commonly used to create page layouts. You use these options to specify height, width, alignment, positioning, and spacing. These [more…]

How to Use the Text Panel in Dreamweaver’s CSS Property Panel

The Dreamweaver Text panel features a collection of options that control the display of the text in your pages. You can access the Text panel options by scrolling down the Property panel until you get [more…]

Border Panel Options in Dreamweaver’s CSS Property Panel

The Dreamweaver Border panel defines the appearance of borders around images, tables, <div> tags, and other elements. You can specify border settings on one, two, three, or four sides of an element. [more…]

Background Panel Options in Dreamweaver’s CSS Property Panel

Using the Background panel in Dreamweaver’s CSS Designer panel, you can specify a background color or image for a style — and control how the background is displayed on the page. You can use background [more…]

How to Switch between CSS and HTML Mode in the Dreamweaver Property Inspector

The Property inspector, which is accessible from the bottom of the Dreamweaver workspace, displays the properties available to any selected element on the page. Thus, the options in the Property inspector [more…]

How to Create Internal and External Style Sheets in Dreamweaver

When you create new styles in Dreamweaver, you need to decide whether to save the style in an internal or external style sheet. In an internal style sheet [more…]

How to Attach an External Style Sheet to a Page in Dreamweaver

After you’ve created an external style sheet in Dreamweaver, you can attach it to any web page. In the step-by-step instructions that follow, you can use any of the predefined style sheets included in [more…]

How to Define Styles with the Tag Selector in Dreamweaver

You can create completely new styles in Dreamweaver using the call or ID selectors, but you can also create styles that change the formatting of existing HTML tags. These styles are created using the [more…]

How to Create Styles with Class and ID Selectors in Dreamweaver

Class and ID selectors in Dreamweaver have many similarities and one key difference. ID styles can only be used once per page but class styles can be used as many times on the same page as you like. [more…]

How to Create a New Page with a CSS Layout in Dreamweaver

Dreamweaver includes two CSS layouts designed with HTML5 tags that you can customize to create a seemingly infinite variety of page designs. These layouts give you a head start when you create a new page [more…]

How to Edit the Styles in a CSS Layout in Dreamweaver

After you create a new page with a CSS layout in Dreamweaver, you have a seemingly infinite number of options for editing it, but first you have to determine which styles in the style sheet correspond [more…]

How to Create a Navigation Bar from an Unordered List of Links in Dreamweaver

Here's a great CSS trick for turning a bulleted list into a navigation bar in Dreamweaver with a simple rollover effect. Using a bulleted list for navigation bars is a well-accepted convention for websites [more…]

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