Most web pages follow a common set of sizes and layouts, which you'll recognise even if you aren't aware of them. For example, did you know that nine out of the top ten most popular websites in the world use a fixed-width, centre-aligned design? Maybe you should too.
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After you select the layout you'd like to start your web page with, you have several other choices to make in the bottom right of the dialog box. First, you need to choose your doctype—HTML, XHTML, or HTML5. You'll also need to choose where you'd like the CSS placed.
Even with all the cool features in Dreamweaver, there will almost certainly come a day when you want to do things that Dreamweaver can’t do with the features that shipped with the program.
Note: You can follow the tutorial with any version of Dreamweaver or a text editor.
Open tree3.html and you will see that after you add the previous rule to your style sheet, the p element and the em element (which is a child of the p element) both become blue. This is specificity at work; the color value set against the p element is more specific than the color value set against the body element, so the color value against the p wins out. The em element within the p element then inherits the color from the p element, which is its parent element.
When you have finished adding your panels and content, preview your web page in a browser and click the tabs to see your content update within the same web page, without even reloading. If you take a look at the source code you'll see the tabbed panel widget is simply made up of a standard bullet list, ul and li tags, and a corresponding set of div tags.
In Current mode, the CSS Styles panel displays three panes: a Summary for Selection pane that displays the CSS properties for the current selection in the document, a Rules pane that displays the location of selected properties (or a cascade of rules for the selected tag, depending on your selection), and a Properties pane that lets you edit CSS properties for the rule applied to the selection.