Adding content to pages
Using Dreamweaver, you can easily add a variety of content to web pages. Add assets and design elements, such as text, images, colors, movies, sound, and other forms of media.
- Dreamweaver page creation features enable you to specify web page properties such, as page titles, background images and colors. In addition, Dreamweaver provides tools to help you maximize website performance, and to test pages to ensure compatibility with different web browsers. (See Working with Pages.)
- Type directly in a Dreamweaver document, or import text from other documents, then format the text using the Dreamweaver Property inspector. You can also easily create your own Cascading Style Sheets. (See Inserting and Formatting Text.)
- Insert images, including rollover images, image maps, and Fireworks sliced images, and use alignment tools to position images in a page. You can also resize images directly in Dreamweaver. (See Inserting Images and Working with Other Applications.)
- With Dreamweaver you can create standard HTML links, including anchor links and e-mail links, or easily set up graphical navigation systems, such as jump menus and navigation bars. (See Linking and Navigation.)
- Insert other types of media in a web page, such as Flash, Shockwave, and QuickTime movies, sound, and applets. (See Adding Audio, Video, and Interactive Elements.)