Cheat Sheet

Dreamweaver CS3 For Dummies Cheat Sheet

From Dreamweaver CS3 For Dummies

By Janine Warner

Designing Web pages is easy with Dreamweaver CS3, especially because the application offers so many helpful toolbars to assist you in creating tables, manipulating images, and carrying out everyday tasks for successful online design.

Introducing the Dreamweaver CS3 Property Inspector Toolbar

Dreamweaver CS3’s Property Inspector doesn’t check for termites, it does something better: lets you set formatting standards for your Web pages. You can set the Dreamweaver CS3 Property Inspector toolbar to add properties to the HTML code you use on your pages. And that’s more useful than finding insects any day.

Check out all the options you can set — and alter — as you like:


Dreamweaver CS3 Table Properties

If you’re designing a Web site, with Dreamweaver CS3 or any other software, you probably use a lot of tables in your page layouts. Dreamweaver CS3’s Table Properties toolbar lets you micromanage table setup to ensure that your page looks great on the Web. The picture of the toolbar here shows the function of all the bells and whistles.

Dreamweaver CS3’s Table Properties toolbar explained.

Image Properties Toolbar in Dreamweaver CS3

Visuals are an important part of any Web page, and Dreamweaver CS3 offers a handy Image Properties toolbar to help you manage all your graphics. After all, a Web site with no graphics is often a Web site with no visitors.


Meet the Dreamweaver CS3 Common Insert Bar

Don’t think that the Dreamweaver CS3 Common Insert toolbar is plain and ordinary. It’s only called “common” because it offers the insert commands you use most frequently because they’re the most useful. With the toolbar shown here, you can insert everything from an e-mail link to the date to any media you want to put on your Web site.