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Creating Web Pages

Customizing HTML
Web Resources
Generating HTML
Managing Resources: Web Resources
Building a web site involves more than just generating HTML files. There may be other files that you need to include in your site.

Example: You may use the same graphic on multiple pages. If it’s in the same place on every page, consider using a
Master Layer. But if it’s in a different place on each page, you’ll want to link it in and only put one copy of the image in your web site.

Example: You want to add music to your pages. You need to be sure that the music files are included in your web site.
To add various files to your document, use Web Resources (Web->Web Resources… (Command-K). When you drag and drop a file into the Web Resources window, Create saves the location of that file. When you generate the HTML, Create copies the file into a location that you can set in the Web Resources window. Web Resources window
Web Resources

Add Files
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