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Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 Classroom in a Book by Adobe Creative Team

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Chapter 14. Working with Code

Working with Code

The code is the underlying engine of any Web page. And, many visual designers, like many drivers, prefer to leave the engine to skilled mechanics and do most of their driving in Design view. However, you’ll find that to get the most performance out of your Web page, you’ll need to “pop the hood” from time-to-time and work directly with the code. Not only does familiarity with code offer you a wider range of possibilities, you’ll also gain a greater appreciation for the power of your Web engine.

In this lesson, you’ll learn how to work with a Web page’s code and do the following:

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