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First Web Page in Dreamweaver Print E-mail


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Overview:

Creating a first web page is a very exiting discovery for everybody. You have been waiting for this moment for long, but you did not exactly know how to perform such task. This Dreamweaver CS5 tutorial is probably one of the easiest ways to create your first web page. Please follow these simple 11 steps and in few minutes your first website will be completed!

 

 

1) Lunch Adobe Dreamweaver CS5

 

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2) From the menu tab select Site and then select New Site from the drop-down menu

 

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3) In the name field enter a name of your site and select a folder where your site is going to be saved (your computer's folder)

 

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4) Click on Advanced Settings and then select Local Info

 

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5) Enter the Web URL that is a URL of your web site and select Save

 

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6) Your site, name and folder path can be seen under the thumbnail FILES. Press F8 if you cannot see this

 

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7) Right click on the site name and select New File

 

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8) Rename the file by entering "index.html" (as seen on the picture below)

 

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9) Next step is to double click the index.html and you are able to edit your first web page code!

 

Please enter some text of your choice between tags <body> and </body> (as seen on picture below)

 

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10) Next step is to save your web page from the File menu (CTRL + S)

 

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11) Your first web site is done now!

 

You can test it by pressing F12 on your keyboard and the website will open in your browser

 

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