Displaying web-application development panels

Displaying web-application development panels

Click the Application tab in the Insert bar to display a set of buttons that let you add dynamic content and server behaviors to your page, as follows.

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The number and type of buttons that appear vary depending upon the document type opened in the Document window. The Insert bar includes buttons to add the following items to the page:

  • Recordsets
  • Dynamic text or tables
  • Forms to insert or update records in a database
  • Record navigation bars

If you switch to Code view (View > Code), additional panels might appear in their own Insert bar category, allowing you to insert code in the page. For example, if you view a ColdFusion page in Code view, a CFML panel becomes available in the CFML category of the Insert bar:

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To find out what each button on the Insert bar does, move your mouse over an icon. The following tooltip appears:

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If you want to define sources of dynamic content for your page and add the content to the page, select Window > Bindings. The Bindings panel appears.

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For more information, see Setting the Bindings panel options.

If you want to add server-side logic to your dynamic pages, select Window > Server Behaviors. The Server Behaviors panel appears.

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A server behavior is the set of instructions inserted in a dynamic page at design time and executed on the server at runtime. For more information, see Setting the Server Behaviors panel options.

If you want to explore databases or create database connections, select Window > Databases. The Databases panel appears.

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For more information, see Setting the Databases panel options.

If you want to inspect, add, or modify code for JavaBeans, Macromedia ColdFusion components, or web services, select Window > Components. The Components panel appears.

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For more information, see Setting the Components panel options.



Getting Started with Dreamweaver
Dreamweaver Basics
Working with Dreamweaver Sites
Laying Out Pages
Adding Content to Pages
Working with Page Code
Preparing to Build Dynamic Sites
Making Pages Dynamic
Defining Sources of Dynamic Content
Developing Applications Rapidly
 
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