About displaying database records

About displaying database records

Databases and other sources of dynamic content provide you with more power and flexibility in searching, sorting, and viewing large stores of information. Using a database to store content for web sites makes sense when you need to store large amounts of information, and then retrieve and display that information in a meaningful way. Dreamweaver provides you with several tools and prebuilt behaviors to help you effectively retrieve and display information stored in a database. The following sections describe the Dreamweaver server behaviors and formatting elements, and how you can use them to display dynamic content.

This section covers the following conceptual topics:

  • Server behaviors and formatting elements
  • Applying typographic and page layout elements to dynamic data
  • Navigating database recordset results
  • Custom recordset navigation bars
  • Displaying and hiding regions based on recordset results
  • Displaying multiple recordset results
  • Record counters


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Defining Sources of Dynamic Content
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