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Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 on Demand: Viewing the HTML Behind the Page

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Dreamweaver does all of the HTML coding behind the scenes, but it's important to know how HTML works. This tutorial from Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 on Demand shows you everything you need to know about HTML.

Introduction

In the world of the Internet, the graphics, text, animation, and all the “stuff” that the visitor sees displayed in their browser is the front end of a Web page, and the power behind the page is the HTML code. The HTML code sits quietly behind the scenes, letting the front end get all the credit; however, without the code, the Internet would fall apart. It’s the cosmic glue that holds the whole thing together.

Designers, like myself, remember when there were no graphical design interfaces (like Dreamweaver), and all Web pages were designed code line, by tedious code line. I remember working by candlelight into the wee hours of the morning, until I thought my head was going to burst... okay, so maybe I didn’t use candles, but it was a lot of painstaking work. Although Dreamweaver changed all of that with its intuitive graphical design interface, the code is still there. However, we’re not the ones doing the coding, Dreamweaver is... and isn’t that nice?

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Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 on Demand

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Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 on Demand

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