If you are relatively new to web design, this section will point you to sections of the Dreamweaver documentation that are most appropriate for your background.
For web-design novices:
- Begin by reading the tutorials in Getting Started in Dreamweaver.
- In Using Dreamweaver (Help > Using Dreamweaver), read Exploring the Workspace, Setting Up a Dreamweaver Site, Managing Your Files, and Creating and Opening Documents.
- Learn about page layout by reading Laying Out Pages in Layout Mode.
- To learn about formatting text and including images in your pages, read Inserting and Formatting Text and Inserting Images.
Thats all you really need to begin producing high-quality websites, but when youre ready to learn how to use more advanced tools, you can proceed through the rest of the static-page chapters in Using Dreamweaver. You might want to wait to read the dynamic-page chapters until youre more familiar with creating web pages.