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Macromedia Dreamweaver8 Certified Developer Study Guide by Donald Booth, Sue Hove

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Chapter 11. Managing Site Assets

IN THIS CHAPTER

Assets Panel 115

Adding an Asset to a Page 116

Editing Assets 117

Using Favorites 117

Working with Assets and Sites 118

Summary 119

Sample Questions 119

Resources used on Web pages often come from different sources. Web designers plan images and define color palettes; designers and developers create Macromedia Flash movies; and Web developers create JavaScript scripts. This work is often done prior to the actual development of the Web site. You can begin development by collecting all these assets into one convenient place for use while you develop—the Assets panel.

Assets Panel

Site assets are arranged and managed using the Assets panel. The panel displays the assets in your site, dividing them ...

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