Often, you'll want to create a Web page that displays multiple records, such as a page that lists all the products in your company's catalog.
So far, you've learned how to insert dynamic data only from a single record. Fortunately, Dreamweaver provides two tools for displaying multiple records: the Dynamic Table and Repeat Region objects.
People initially created HTML tables (see Chapter 7) to display data. The columns and rows of tables provide tidy compartments for individual pieces of information. It's not surprising, then, that in database terminology, row often refers to a single record in a database, and column indicates a single type of information in a record. Where a row and column meet, they form a "cell" that holds one piece of data from a single record.
Dreamweaver's Dynamic Table tool lets you display the results of a recordset in an HTML table. The top row of the table includes the name of each database column to identify the data in the rows below. The bottom row includes dynamic data—one database column per table column (Figure 21-10).
Figure 21-10. Although the Dynamic Table tool creates a table that displays multiple records, you see only one table row's worth of dynamic data. The Repeat tab that appears above the row indicates that this row will repeat, once for each record in the recordset. To see the effect, use ...