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Scott Nelson

Web Design Santa Barbara

www.WebDesignSB.com

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Santa Barbara

Web Design

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Table of Contents

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Background and Purpose

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Proced
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General

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Accessibility

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AP Elements

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Code Coloring

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Code Format

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CSS Source Format Options

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Code Hints

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Code Rewriting

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Copy / Paste

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CSS Styles

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File Compare

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File Types / Editors

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External Code Editor

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Editors

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Adding an External Editor

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Fonts

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Highlighting

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Invisible Elements

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New Docume
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Preview in Browser

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Site

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Status Bar

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Validator

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Validator Options

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Saving Preferences

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Profiles

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Creative Commons

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Background and Purpose

The purpose of this
document

is to take you through the Dreamweaver
CS5

setup.
Since Dreamweaver remembers the configuration

on close
, and
many
students use
and cha
nge these settings, you
may

need to perform this procedure each time you
start work on a computer in the DAC.


Whenever possible I have tried to make annotations as to why I choose a setting. My
recommendations come from years of working with Dreamweaver i
n a myriad of
different versions. You are free to make you own determination as to how you want
to set your Dreamweaver environment. The fact that there are s
o many settings is a
testament to the

highly
-
customizable and robust
Dreamweaver
application
devel
opment environment.

Procedure

In order to begin, launch Dreamweaver and then select
Dreamweaver
,
Preferences…

(
Windows:
Edit
,
Preferences…
)
. Start with the
General

category,
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and then proceed through the categories. Make each screen look like those pictured

below.


If I make no mention of a setting, then the choice is yours. It is probably best to
use
the default if you are unsure.

General



1)

Document Options

a)

Select:
Show
Welcome Screen

The Welcome

screen does not preclude you to initial any other function o
n the
page, there is really no reason not have this screen open with Dreamweaver.
The lower
-
right section of the window is connected to the Internet and
displays messages of new product releases and options directly from Adobe.

b)

Select
:
Reopen documents on
startup

I like this, because if I am working on a page and have to put Dreamweaver
away for a bit, when I come back to Dreamweaver the same files I had been
working on are there. It helps to jog my memory and to help me remember
what I was working on.

c)

Select:
Warn when opening read
-
only files


This is nice, usually when you are working on a network drive to which you do
not have write or modify permissions. Dreamweaver will let you know, up
-
front that you will not be able to save the file
.

d)

Discover Dyna
mically
-
Related Files:
Automatically

This selection will

help maintain sanity when we are dealing with linked files.
As long as your system does not respond sluggishly, this is a good setting to
have.


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e)

Update links when moving files
:
Prompt


This way Dream
weaver will notify you of the documents that will be changed
when you move file in the Dreamweaver Files panel
.


2)

Editing Options:

a)

Select:
Show dialog when inserting objects

b)

Select:
Enable double
-
byte inline input

c)

Select:
Switch to plain paragraph after
heading

d)

De
-
select:
Allow multiple consecutive spaces

I do not like this option as it put non
-
breaking spaces
 
.

into your
document for every space. This will make you documents unnecessarily heavy
and difficult to troubleshoot
.

e)

Select:
Use <strong> an
d <em> in place of <b> and <i>


This is for Accessibility. Strong and emphasis create structure in your
document, whereas bold and italics merely change the rendering of a font
.

f)

Select: Warn when placing editable regions within <p> or <h1>
-
<h6> tags

Warning is good. Whether we heed the warning or not is another matter
.

g)

Maximum number of history states:
50

If you have an older computer with a relatively small amount of RAM say,
256MB or less, it can improve performance if you lower this value to around

10 to 20 states
.

Accessibility



Check all options

in the
Show attributes when inserting:

section
. This will be a
good setting for class as it will make us aware of all accessibility issues.

The last two
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items are for how Dreamweaver itself functions in
relation to Accessibility features on
the computer in which it is running. As far as I know, the default settings are fine.

AP Elements



We really do not use Absolute Position Elements for proper web design, so this
Category doesn't really matter.

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Code C
oloring



I don't care how you set this. It is purely for how you see the code.


Code Format

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I care a great deal about this tab. It will allow you to inherit a web site that was
either coded in another editor, even Word, and let you groom the code so
that it is
compatible and easy to trouble
-
shoot.


1)

Indent:
with 2 Spaces

This is the default

setting
.

2)

Tab size:
4

This is the default

setting
.

3)

Line break type:
set this to your primary operating system

4)

Set Default tag case:
<lowercase>

I recommend this sett
ing because of the prevalence of XML and XHTML which
require lower
-
case in tags and attributes
.

5)

Default attribute case:
lowercase="value"

6)

Select Override case of:
Tags and Attributes

This setting will re
-
write the code of a page on open to match your code
format
settings
.

7)

Select:
TD tag:
Do not include a break tag inside then TD tag

I like to use the non
-
breaking space
(
&nbsp;
)
, rather than the break tag <br

/
>
in table cells. It allows the cell to render properly, but does not add the extra
vertical height

that a break tag can
.

CSS Source Format Options

This page governs the way CSS documents are formatted.

I used to recommend
changes to the formatting of the CSS, but I no longer do. I used to create extra lines
between the rules to open
-
up the code view to

make it easier to read. This is really
your preference. You may change these settings as you like.


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1)

From the Code Format Category page, click on the
Advanced Formatting:
CSS…
button.




Code Hints



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Code hints are great for beginners
and experts alike
.

I used to not like hints, but it
seems there is so much to remember now,
I need all the help I can get
.


1)

Select Close Tags:
After typing "</"

I like waiting until you start the closing tag to get the hint, because otherwise the
tag is closed as soon as it
is opened and you always have to back
-
space to get
between the tags
.

2)

Select Options:
Enable code hints

and
Enable description tooltips

a)

Set Delay: to 0

b)

Select all Menus:

Code Rewriting



Code rewriting is great when you are interacting with other applicati
ons, such as
Microsoft Visual Studio, or you have inherited a website that was coded by hand, or
via another HTML editor.

The rewriting format you define here will also be applied
when you choose the
C
ommands
,
A
pply Source Formatting
.


1)

Rewrite code:

a)

Select
:
Fix invalidity nested and unclosed tags

b)

S
elect:
Rename form items when pasting

This will allow you to copy and paste form items without having the new
elements interfere with the existing elements
.

c)

Select:
Remove extra closing tags

This was mainly used in the days of hand coding pages. Designers who were
experiencing problems with pages often
added a series of closing tags as a
last
-
ditch effort to get the page to work
.

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d)

Select:
Warn when fixing or removing tags

Dreamweaver is good, b
ut I like to know when my code is being messed with
.

2)

Never rewrite
code:

a)

Select:
In files with extensions

b)

These are the default extensions. It is fine to leave them as is.

They are
server
-
side scripting files. Change, add or delete only if you know what yo
u
are doing.

.as .asr .asc .asp .ascx .asmx .aspx .cfc .cfm .cfml .config .cs .ihtml .js .jsp
.php .php3 .vb .xml .xul .tld .shtml

3)

Special Characters
:

a)

Select:
Encode <, >, & and " in attribute values using &

This option allows you to enter virtually
anything you want into tag attributes
without the fear of breaking
-
up your page. This is especially helpful in Meta
tags
.

4)

URL Encoding:

a)

Select:
Encode special characters in URL’s using %

Encoding special characters
is vital for links in XHTML
.

Copy / Paste



This is a relatively new option for Dreamweaver. I am not sure as to the best option.
I believe it depends on what you are copying and what is your source. I am
recommending the following options, with the caveat that if you do not like what is
happeni
ng when you copy and paste from other programs, change the settings.


1)

Select:
Text with structure plus basic formatting bold, italic
.

2)

Select:
Retain line breaks

3)

Select
:

Clean up Word paragraph spacing

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CSS Styles



1)

Use shorthand for:

a)

De
-
select all

2)

When
editing CSS rules:

a)

Select: Use shorthand:
according to the settings above

b)

Select
:
Open CSS files when modified

If you do not select this option, every time you edit a CSS style, the style
sheet is opened in another tab, and you are forced to go to that tab

and then
save the sheet before the style is applied. I am not really sure why this is an
option
.

3)

When double
-
clicking in CSS panel:

a)

Select:
Edit using CSS dialog

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File Compare



Dreamweaver can work with file comparison tools to compare the code of local
and
remote versions of the same file, two different remote files, or two different local
files.
Comparing files automatically can be a great way to save your sanity,
especially for those long scripted pages with hundreds of lines of HTML and code.
Dreamwea
ver will allow the two documents to be displayed side
-
by
-
side, or one on
top of the other, for manual inspection.

As I have only seen this function
demonstrated, and not actually used it myself, I have no opinion on which
applications are best to use.

File

Types / Editors


This is an "E
-
Ticket" feature! This is a time saver. It allows you to associate
programs, be it
Microsoft, Adobe or a
ny other, with filename extensions. The feature
come
s

configured with the basic
Adobe

products. I would assume in the nex
t release,
image will be associated with Photoshop, if it is installed, and not Fireworks. You can
add extensions, such as .DOC

.DOCX

and designate the associ
ated editor as
Microsoft Word. Let’s take some time to set this up.

External Code Editor

The exter
nal code editor can be any application from Visual Studio to BBEdit to
Notepad. In this example, I will define the simple Windows text
-
editor,
Notepad
, to
be my external text editor.


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1)

Click on the
Browse…

button associated with the
External code editor

field.




2)

Browse to the C:
\
Windows folder, find the notepad.exe application, and then click
on the
Open

button to select
Notepad
.


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Editors

The
Editors
section allows you to select which program Dreamweaver will launch
when a specific file
-
type is open
ed from the Dreamweaver
Files

panel. I have a
personal prejudice against Fireworks (it is fine, and probably healthy, if you do not).
Therefore, I change all of my image associations from
Fireworks

to
Photoshop
.




In the Extensions column, click on and
select the file
-
type you want to edit.




In the
Editors

column, click on the application that you would like to
Make
Primary
, and then click on the
Make Primary

button.

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Adding an External Editor

You can add external editors to Dreamweaver, however
in CS5
, Adobe has evidently
allows the use of Windows MIME Types in order to associate programs with their
respective filename extension. The exception is when Dreamweaver can handle the
file type, such as text files (.TXT).





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Fonts



This page is for your v
iewing.
The
Code view:
setting is how you make your
Dreamweaver code large enough to actually be able to read it. I suggest a sans
-
serif
font for the best legibility on your screen.


1)

Set
: Font settings:
Unicode

2)

Set
: Proportional font: Time New Roman, Size
12 pt

3)

Set
: Fixed font:
Courier New (
Monaco
, 10 pt

for Mac/OS)

This setting is for Mac/OS. W
indows users

should
, select
Courier New,
12

pt
.

4)

Set
: Code view:
Courier New (Monaco,
10

pt for Mac/OS)

This setting is for Mac/OS. W
indows users

should
, select

Courier New
. In either
case set the point size to a size you can easily see.
At home, I have this set to
10

pt.
For class presentations

on the projector
, I generally set the code view point
size to 18 pt
.

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Highlighting



These colors are all for your editi
ng convenience. I have never changed these
settings. Changing them is up to you.

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Invisible Elements



Show me the money! I want to see everything. The reason is that since
Dreamweaver doesn't really show you how the page will really render in the browser,
you might as well
see all of the hidden things too.


1)

Select all options on this page

2)

Set: Show dynami
c text as: {Recordset.Field}

This option is for database integration with the page
.

3)

Server
-
Side includes:

a)

Select: Show Contents of included File

Server
-
side includes are sort of like embedding an image into a page, except
it can be anything. As the name

"s
erver
-
side" suggests, the page referenced
is added at the server, before the page is rendered. From a browser, you
would never know it was a
server
-
side
include.

As these assets render in the
browser, from a design standpoint it is good to see them rendere
d in
Dreamweaver.

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New Document



This is an important screen. Though you are able to override all of these settings, it
is nice to have them setup here, so that if you are in a rush, you do not forget
something.


1)

Set: Default document: to HTML

HTML is the

default
. Leave this setting unless you are working on application
programming.

2)

Set: Default extension to .htm

You can decide whether you want the

.htm or

.html extension.
My only
suggestion is make sure that whichever you choose, you make it your univers
al
standard throughout the web site. Note, if you are working with Active Server
Pages, .NET pages, etc., you may want to change this setting to the default
extension you are using.


Traditionally, the default filename served in any given directory, or folder, is
index.html. However, Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) 6.0 for
Windows Server
2003

does not adhere to this time
-
honored tradition. Natively,
IIS 6.0 serves the follo
wing files in the following order.




Default.htm



Default.asp



index.htm



Default.aspx



On Windows Server 2008, IIS 7.0 includes index.html in the default file
-
types to
serve.

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Remember a Windows server, is not case
-
sensitive.

It is a trivial task for the
System Administrator to add index.html to the list and promote it to the top.
However, I do not have a sense as to how many System Administrators actually
go through that procedure.


According to
the
NetCraft

March
201
1

Web Se
rver Survey

(
http://news.netcraft.com/archives/category/web
-
server
-
survey/
),

in
March

201
1
, based on responses from some
2
84,842,077

web servers, the following
breakdown of development web servers was gleaned.


Server

Number

Percentage of Total

Apache

179,720,332

60.31
%


Microsoft

57,644,692

19.34
%


nginx

22,806,060

7.
65
%


Google

15,161,530

5.
09
%



I t i s bec aus e of
t hi s and t he pr eval enc e of I I S s er ver s t hat I r ec ommend t hat you
adopt i ndex.ht m as your s i t es home page, and al ways us e t he *.ht m ext ens i on.


3)

Set
:

Default Document Type (DTD):
X
HTML
1
.0 Transitional

Though,

I have noted that XHTML causes some compatibility issues in some
browsers and definitely in older versions of browsers
, I feel it is time to move
forward
.

This said, if you experience compatibility issues with your pages and
target audience, it is trivial

to convert your pages.

4)

Set: Default Encoding to Western (ISO Latin 1)

This is the place in the pages where you specify the font set that is to be used. If
you page is to be in English, do not touch this setting. If you require an alternate
character set t
o render your page, when you may set it as a default here.

5)

Select: Use when opening existing files that don't specify an encoding

This will re
-
write pages you open in Dreamweaver, but it can only make the
pages more compatible, and if it is not specified a
lready, it is not likely to break
anything.

6)

Unicode Normalization Form:

Leave these settings alone.

7)

Select: Show New Document dialog box on
Command
-
N (
Control
-
N for
Windows/OS)

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Preview in Browser



All of the web browsers that were installed prior to installing Dreamweaver will be
displayed here. You can manually add any browsers you subsequently install.
This is
entirely your choice. My recommendations are as follows.


Mac/OS

1)

Set:
Primary browser: F
irefox (current version)

2)

Set:
Secondary browser: Safari (current version)


Windows/OS

1)

Set:
Primary browser: Internet Explorer (current version)

2)

Set:
Secondary browser:
Firefox

(current version)


It is important to preview the actual file you are working
on. By generating a
temporary file, you run the risk of browser caching issues. The issue is that
sometimes the browser does not display the newly edited file, and rather displays a
cached version.

You edit, but nothing appears to change.


1)

Options:

a)

De
-
sele
ct: Preview using temporary file

If the Preview in Browser function does not work, find the HTML file in the file
system, CTRL
-
Click (Right
-
Click) and select, Open with... the browser of your
choice. Leave the page open in the browser. Switch back to Dream
weaver,
edit, save, switch back to the browser, and refresh the page.

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Site



The
Site

category governs how file transfers t
o and from the web are handled.


1)

Set: Always show: Local Files on the Left

I recommend this setting for Windows/OS users who are use
d to programs like
WS FTP, that display local files on the left. For Mac/OS users, legacy FTP
applications, like Fetch, standardized on Local Files on the right. Either way, set
this the way you are most comfortable.

2)

Dependent files:

a)

De
-
select: Prompt on
get/check

out

b)

De
-
select: Prompt on put/check in

Both of these settings are for those who do not know that linked resources
are not transferred with the page. You are (or soon will be) a web
professional. You do not need this feature. Transferring dependent

(linked)
files takes extra time, especially if you are only updating only text.

3)

FTP connection:

a)

Set
: Disconnect after 15 Minutes idle

The reason for such a short period of time is that you want Dreamweaver to
initiate the disconnection, not you Internet
Service Provider (ISP). Any given
server can only support a limited number of FTP sessions. IPS's commonly
terminate connections that have not transferred data for twenty minutes. This
preserves connections for those who are actually using them. If your IS
P
terminates the connection, Dreamweaver will not know about it, and try to
transfer through the FTP time out period. This takes time and delays your
transfer.

4)

FTP time out:

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a)

Set: 15 Seconds

If you have a high
-
speed connection, such as cable or Data Satelli
te Link
(DSL), then 15 seconds should be more than enough. If you are on dialup and

connected times
-
out at this setting, try bumping it up to 30 seconds.

5)

FTP transfer options:

a)

Select: Select default action in dialogs after
15

seconds

6)

Firewall host:

Do not
change or enter anything in this field unless you are on a business
network, in which case you will need to contact your network administrator for
the host name.

7)

Firewall port:

Do not change this field unless you are on a business network, in which case yo
u
will need to contact your network administrator for the host name.

8)

Put options:

a)

Select: Save files before putting

How can you have dessert if you haven't finished your peas? But seriously,
folks.
By enabling this option, you can "Put" a document and it w
ill be
automatically saved.
Not selecting this option will force you to confirm a save
before a Put, or you will have to save and then Put in two separate
operations.

9)

Move Options:

a)

Select: Prompt before moving files on server

When you move files on the rem
ote server, you do not get the benefits of
automatic update of links when moving files. This selection allows you to
move files on the remote server, but prompts you before the command is
executed.

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This category determines which screen display options are available from the
Design
View S
tatus bar in Dreamweaver, not in the web browser.




The default window sizes are relatively small by today's standards, but will give you
an idea, as you design, o
f how you page will render on low
-
resolution screens. I am
good with the defaults on this page.

You may add as you desire.

Validator



Dreamweaver CS5 no longer includes a built
-
in accessibility validation tool

or HTML
validation tool. There are better and more accurate tools available on the Internet.
For this course we will be using the
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Markup
Validation Service

(
http://validator.w3.org/
). This tool is highly accurate and
provides a markup validation icon and link you can “sport” on your valid sites.

Validator Options

The default Validator options are that all optio
ns are selected. In this case, I wanted
you to see the specific options that the Validator will be checking for.

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Saving Preferences

On Windows/OS and presumably Mac/OS as well, the preferences are not actually
saved until the program is closed. Close Dr
eamweaver now, in order to save your
work and then reopen it. If Dreamweaver crashes before you can gracefully exit, you
will lose
the
changes

to your
Preferences
.

Profiles

"Profile" is a term for the settings that a computer keeps, specific to you, when y
ou
log
in
. Dreamweaver saves all Preferences with the profile of the authenticated user.
This is a great feature at home and at work, where users usually have distinct user
identification.
It means that your settings are saved, even when the computer is
tur
ned off.

Creative Commons


This document was created by Scott Nelson for the purpose of assisting students of
the Santa Barbara City College, Multimedia Arts and Technologies, Web Design I,
(MAT153) class.


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