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Foundations of Digital Art and Design with Adobe® Creative Cloud by xtine burrough

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Chapter 14. Know the Code

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The exercises in this chapter will provide technical lessons to help you understand and modify HTML and CSS code in Adobe Dreamweaver. You’ll insert your content into the original template design. You should know that Dreamweaver is considered a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get, pronounced “wizzy wig”) editor.

As such, this software was created to help nonprogrammers “drag and drop” content into a page that is then automatically rendered in code. It’s fine for a beginner to work in this manner. But over time, it becomes obvious to anyone using the software that it’s more efficient (and successful) to alter the code ...

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