Dreamweaver 8 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies (For by Sue Jenkins, Michele E. Davis, Jon A. Phillips

By Sue Jenkins, Michele E. Davis, Jon A. Phillips

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After you select the final topic, details of that topic fill the Help window. Use the navigation buttons and question field to help you find topics: Finding Help 27 Book I Chapter 1 Cruising Around the Dreamweaver 8 Workspace Figure 1-13: The Dreamweaver Help files for the Mac. ✦ Index: Choose a category you want to learn more about. Organized details about each category display on the right. Select a topic to view Help information. ✦ Breadcrumbs: When a topic is displayed, it fills the entire Help window.

Dreamweaver has Examining Issues That Impact the Site Design 35 tools that let you author accessible content. See the “Designing Web sites with accessibility” sidebar in this chapter for more information about accessibility issues. ✦ Budget: You need to know the budget defined for the project so you can appropriately allocate time to designing and building, and possibly even maintaining, the site. Extra costs may also be incurred for hosting, training, and other Web site needs. ✦ Technical: You have many technical considerations when designing and building a Web site that affect how visitors experience the site, including the browsers and operating systems the site supports, if the site uses any dynamic functionality, and whether the site requires a secure server for data protection.

The Start Page (shown in Figure 1-3) contains quick links to create new documents and open recent files, and provides Web links to learn more about Dreamweaver, tutorials, and community resources. Hide and show the Start Page by adjusting the Start Page check box in the General category of the Preferences dialog box. ) ✦ Insert bar: This bar has a variety of buttons for quickly adding objects such as images and tables into an open file. You can find a more in-depth description of it in the “Using the Insert bar” section, later in the chapter.

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