In addition, for those who are completely new to making a website, I strongly recommend that you read How to Make / Create Your Own Website: The Beginner's A-Z Guide first.
By the end of this chapter, you will have created nearly all the pages of your website.
Since this is chapter 7 of the Dreamweaver CS5 Tutorial series, you will probably need to start with chapter 1 if you aren't already very familiar with Dreamweaver CS5.
I will assume knowledge of all the things I've mentioned in the previous chapters.
For example, if you have links in an uneditable region, you can later automate the process by making the change in the template.I went to my site, refreshed my file and the template portion is still wrong (I’ve changed a link in my table of contents because I moved a file from a sub-directory up to the root level — not sure I’m using the correct language there). I read the article about finding all the pages that use the same template in order to ensure that my file was using that correct template. After you update your pages, any page that has changed will have to be uploaded.So after changing the link in my template, the link is not changed in my index file. Remember only those elements from the template that are not in editable regions will be updated.If you want to copy a page and put into a folder, in other words change the location, you must, CLICK and DRAG the file to the new folder.DO NOT COPY and PASTE the file into another folder. When you CLICK and DRAG, Dreamweaver knows to update all the links; Except for inline style image URL locations.What do I need to do to get DW to update the html files that make use of it?