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Using Templates2

  1. 1. Using Templates In Dreamweaver CS3 Methods for establishing Consistent House Style
  2. 2. Diagrammatic Representations of what they do. Consider updating loads of pages Both do a similar Job but Templates are easier to set up and use and do not involve adapting any code. CSS results in simpler and cleaner HTML code, which provides shorter browser loading times. Template or CSS Page 1 Page 2 Page 3
  3. 4. Understanding Dreamweaver templates <ul><li>A template is a special type of document that you use to design a “fixed” page layout; you can then create documents based on the template that inherit its page layout. As you design a template, you specify as “editable” which content users can edit in a document based on that template. </li></ul><ul><li>Using templates enables you to update multiple pages at once. A document that is created from a template remains connected to that template (unless you detach the document later). You can modify a template and immediately update the design in all documents based on it. </li></ul><ul><li>Dreamweaver templates are fixed (or uneditable) by default. </li></ul>
  4. 5. Editable Region Non Editable Region or Fixed Region
  5. 6. Templates
  6. 7. Insert Table and reduce Border
  7. 8. Modify Table and Add Website Banner
  8. 9. Set up according to your Design Plan for House Style
  9. 11. Select the required font for the Heading and make it Editable.
  10. 13. Here is the final Template. Note the Banner region remains fixed.
  11. 14. Page based upon Template as follows
  12. 17. Another Template
  13. 18. Pages from Template

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