Using the Assets panel

Using the Assets panel

Assets include a variety of elements that you store in a site, such as an image or movie file. The Assets panel provides two ways to view assets:

The Site list shows all of the assets in your site.

The Favorites list shows only the assets you’ve explicitly chosen.

For information about changing views, see Viewing assets in the Assets panel.

In both lists, assets are divided into the following categories, which appear on the left side of the Assets panel:

Images are image files in GIF, JPEG, or PNG formats. (See Inserting Images.)This is a picture of the feature being described.

Colors are the colors that are used in documents and style sheets in your site, including text colors, background colors, and link colors.This is a picture of the feature being described.

URLs are the external links in your current site documents. This category includes the following types of links: FTP, gopher, HTTP, HTTPS, JavaScript, e-mail (mailto), and local file (file://).This is a picture of the feature being described.

Flash files are files in any version of Macromedia Flash format. The Assets panel displays only SWF files (compressed Flash files), but not FLA (Flash source) files. (See Inserting and modifying a Flash button object.)This is a picture of the feature being described.

Shockwave movies are files in any version of Macromedia Shockwave format. (See Inserting Shockwave movies.)This is a picture of the feature being described.

Movies are files in QuickTime or MPEG format. (See Adding Audio, Video, and Interactive Elements.) This is a picture of the feature being described.

Scripts are JavaScript or VBScript files. Note that scripts in HTML files (rather than in independent JavaScript or VBScript files) do not appear in the Assets panel.This is a picture of the feature being described.

Templates provide an easy way to reuse the same page layout on multiple pages and to modify the layout on all pages attached to a template when a template is modified. (See About Dreamweaver templates.)This is a picture of the feature being described.

Library items are elements that you use in multiple pages; when you modify a library item, all pages that contain that item are updated. (See Working with library items.)This is a picture of the feature being described.

Related topics

  • Viewing assets in the Assets panel
  • Refreshing the Assets panel
  • Adding an asset to a document
  • Applying a color to text using the Assets panel
  • Selecting and editing assets
  • Reusing assets in another site


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