This Create a Web page tutorial will demonstrate how to create a new web page using the Dreamweaver WYSIWYG editor.
After you've set up a Dreamweaver site, you can begin to create new web pages and store them in the local site. Dreamweaver provides a YYSIWYG interface where you can see the content you are entering on the page. You can add text, images, and other objects and edit the page as you wish. Dreamweaver also provides a way to create and edit the HTML code directly.
Click and choose New. The New Document dialog box will appear. Click the Basic Page and then click HTML. Click the Create button.
A new blank page opens. Type a title for the page. The filename will be Untitled-1 until you save the page and give it a name.
Giving every page a title is an important part of web development. When your audience locates your web page in a search engine, it's the title that will be linked to the URL for your page and is what your users will see first in a list of search results.
In order to users to view your web page, it must be saved. It's a good practice to save your Web page often so that you don't lose your work. If you try to upload a page to a Web server without saving it first, Dreamweaver will remind you and ask if you want to save the page first before uploading it to a server.
To save a web page, click File and then choose Save As. The Save As dialog box will appear.
See also the following Dreamweaver Tutorials:
Creating a Web Site
Using HTML Tables
Web Site Management
Cascading Style Sheets