Making a Blank Bootstrap Page in Dreamweaver

Making a Blank Bootstrap Page in DreamweaverMaking a Blank Bootstrap Page in Dreamweaver is kind of simple, but it’s no picnic if you are doing for the first time. Making a Blank Bootstrap Page is no picnic even after 5 times so here are the step by step instructions to get you going.

You may be asking, “Why are you making a blank page when Dreamweaver comes with all of those predefined templates that you can use?” Well, here is my answer to, “Why are you making a blank bootstrap page when Dreamweaver comes with all of those predefined templates that you can use?”

Sure, the Dreamweaver templates are just fine for people just starting out with Bootstrap, or maybe for people that just want to experiment and look around at what already exist. Some people may use the predefined Dreamweaver templates to make actual sites. Some people may use the Dreamweaver templates to make full blown web sites for thousands of clients and make billions of dollars. If that is you, very well.

Dreamweaver Horizontal CSS ListsWhat I like about making a blank bootstrap page is that I have total control over what happens in my page. I know where all of the goodies are, I add my comments to tell me stuff what it where and I make the whole thing come to life.

Some people may still be asking, “Why are you making a blank bootstrap page  when Dreamweaver comes with all of those predefined templates that you can use?” For those folks it’s like this.

Have you ever bought potato salad at the grocery store and you get home and it was not all that good.  That is when it’s time to add some really good stuff to it so that it will come alive.  This is why we get away from the templates and start doing our own thing.

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