DreamWeaver Toolbar: General Overview
This toolbar installs easily onto DreamWeaver and with it — you will be able to add the power of Content Management, e-Revenue, or both to your web designs.
Allows the owner of the website to incorporate third-party software and content solutions into their website.
Display Page Title
Prints the page title into your HTML such that it can be styled easily.
Inserts an editable text region into your page design that can be updated by the owner of the website via a full featured text editor.
Replaceable Flash Media
Creates a place holder on the page where a flash file can be displayed. The owner of the website can replace this flash piece with new ones (which they will likely order from you).
Creates a place holder on the page where an image file can be displayed.
Replaceable Rollover Image(s)
Creates a place holder on the page where a rollover image pair can be displayed.
Allows the owner of a website to maintain an image gallery. This module takes a lot of the work out of building an online image gallery. It takes the uploaded image and creates two copies, a small, high quality preview, and a web friendly copy. The original is discarded.
In short, this module creates a table of replaceable images.
Drop-down Navigation Scheme
Allows the owner of the website to build and manage a hierarchal menu system. The hierarchal menu system is intended to function as the main navigation for the site and will most likely appear on every page. Therefore, when the menu system is update by the site owner (or some other logged in user) the entire site is updated.
This module allows the owner of the website to build and manage a block of links as part of their websites overall navigation scheme. Each navigation block (minimum 1, maximum unlimited) will contribute to the websites navigation.
Allows the owner of a website to build and maintain an online store front. Surfers will be able to shop, check-out, and pay by credit card or PayPal money transfer.
The banner advertisement module can be used by the website owner to manage a set of images. Each image can be associated with a web address. The module displays one image at a time. When an image is clicked, the associated web address is loaded.