A feedback form, also called a contact form, allows your visitors to send you a message from a web-based form. The message will be delivered to you via ordinary email. In this final chapter of the Dreamweaver CS5 Tutorial, you will add a feedback form to your website, thereby completing it. As with the other
Nearly all websites have more than one page. Creating multiple pages for a website is a relatively simple task; things only get troublesome when you want to make a design change that affects all the pages of your website. Imagine having to go through every page on a site with hundreds of pages, just to
Many websites have a common set of links on every page to the main sections of their website. These links afford visitors a quick way to access other parts of the site. They are usually positioned in a standard place on a web page, and are sometimes dressed up to look like clickable buttons. By
Hyperlinks, or “links” for short, are one of the characteristic features of a website. They are the reason why all the sites in the world are collectively referred to as the “World Wide Web”, since directly or indirectly, the sites all link to each other like the threads in a spider’s web. In this chapter
Unless you like the current background colour (“color” in US English) of your web page, or it already matches the colour scheme of the existing images on your page, chances are that you’ll either want to change the colour or use a picture as the backdrop. This chapter shows you how you can do this.
Even if your website is blanketed in graphics, perhaps to the extent that its primary focus is the graphics, you will still have to deal with text. And any time you need to handle text, you’ll probably want to know how to do things like change font size, put words in bold or italics, change
One of the most common operations that every web designer does is to insert images or pictures into a web page. As a webmaster, even if you don’t intend your website to be carpeted with graphics, you will still need to add at least one image into your website: your website’s logo. This chapter shows
Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 is a computer program that you can use to create and maintain a website. It lets you design websites visually on your computer, almost in the same way you would use a wordprocessor like Microsoft Word or Office. It combines ease-of-use with power, making it a favourite (or “favorite” if you use