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Introducing Dynamic Content

  • Craig Grannell
  • Todd Marks
  • George McLachlan
  • Matt Stephens
  • Jerome Turner

Abstract

In previous chapters, we’ve learned how to design and create pages using Dreamweaver MX. What we haven’t covered is what to do if you want to create a site that gathers and processes information from the user. Dreamweaver has the ability to deal with a whole range of dynamic elements to allow this to happen, and this is what we’re going to learn about in the rest of this book.

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Configuration File Text Editor Plain Text File Apache Server Root User 
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© Apress 2002

Authors and Affiliations

  • Craig Grannell
  • Todd Marks
  • George McLachlan
  • Matt Stephens
  • Jerome Turner

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