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Old February 20th, 2013, 03:57 AM
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Dear sir,

I am learner of web design and I want to create a good website for this, I need to design Dreamweaver. so please can anybody give me Dreamweaver tips.................

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Old February 28th, 2013, 12:16 AM
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Dreamweaver is best tool to design an maintain web page. If you want to learn more about this, So you may search on google.

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Clearing the clutter

Dreamweaver's many panels (called palettes in previous versions) provide quick access to its most popular features, but they can clutter up the design area. To get them out of your way when you want to stand back and admire your work (or tear someone else's apart), use the F4 key, a shortcut that hides all visible panels at once. To get them back, just hit the F4 key again.

To turn panels on and off individually, use the keyboard shortcut assigned to each panel. Select Window from the Menu to find a keyboard short cut listed next to each panel name. You can use these shortcuts to toggle the panels on and off individually. You can also use the Launcher bar in the bottom right hand corner of the design window to gain access to the Site panel, Assets panel, HTML Styles panel, CSS Styles panel, Behaviors panel, and History panel.

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