There are two basic methods for adding content to your web pages. You can drag object placeholders onto your page and use the Inspector palette to link in the content, or you can drag and drop the content from a variety of places:


Start by choosing the type of container for your content from the Basic Objects palette, such as a layer, layout grid, or table. Drag the container onto your web page.


Drag an object from one of the Object palettes into your container or onto the web page.


Use the Inspector palette to import the object's content.


Add content by optionally dragging the content from the Site window onto the page.

  • Drag image and media files directly from the Site window into the layout editor.

  • Photoshop and Illustrator images are automatically brought in as Smart Objects.

  • Drag HTML files, URLs, or email addresses from the site window to create a hypertext link automatically with the name of the file used as its label. You can highlight some text before dragging to use the highlighted text as the label.

  • Drag other site assets such as components to incorporate common elements like navigation bars and contact links.

Special Edition Using Adobe Creative Suite 2
Special Edition Using Adobe Creative Suite 2
ISBN: 0789733676
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 426
Authors: Michael Smick

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