Defining a Dreamweaver Site
Defining a Dreamweaver Site is Super-Duper Important. This is something that should be #1 above all else you do in Dreamweaver. #1. Defining your site is of prime importance. Do this before coffee, shower, kiss the love one, walk the dog, DEFINING A Site is #1.
Did I say, defining a site is very important.
Defining a site tells Dreamweaver where all of your web stuff is for that site. Defining a site tells Dreamweaver where your pages are, where your CSS style sheets are, where your pictures are, where the computer server is that is going to upload everything for the world to see.
Of course, You are a free bird. You don’t have to, or need to, your life will not come to an end. But, you will pull out all of whatever hair you have and then you will have even fewer friends than you do now.
One of the greatest things about defining a site is that not only can you define one site, you can define as many as you want. When you become a very successful web developer and you have 1,000,000 clients and they are all paying you big money, by defining a site for each and everyone of them, you can keep all of their stuff organized and with a click of a button, you can grab, change and upload their stuff to the server. And then Bill Them Big Money! WOW!
I have many clients. They come and go as time goes by. Every client needs changes sooner or later. And when they call for that next set of changes, all I have to do is click a button and I can see all of the files they have on their site. I can see all of the files on the server. Dreamweaver saved their server log in and password. It’s all there with a click
So, enjoy, “Defining a Dreamweaver.”