The Dreamweaver site window acts much like the Windows Explorer and Macintosh Finder, but it actually does much more than just moving and renaming files and folders.
If you rename a file, Dreamweaver will update all the links to that file.
I will assume knowledge of all the things I've mentioned in the previous chapters.
Imagine having to go through every page on a site with hundreds of pages, just to (say) add a new button to your navigation menu.
Here's where Dreamweaver CS5 shines in helping you automate the task of creating and maintaining a multi-page website.
You will also learn how to use Dreamweaver CS5's template system to create new pages based on the custom design and layout that you've been working on in the previous chapters as well as to automate the updating of all the pages of your site when you make a design change.
Finally, you will also learn how to get Dreamweaver to automatically figure out which pages of your site to upload without your having to manually open and upload every one of them.
If you look at all the pages on using a desktop browser, you will probably have noticed that practically every page shares the same basic layout.