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Designing Adobe GoLive Web Pages

Chapter Description

Adobe GoLive provides you with a variety of tools for laying out your Web pages. It also provides you with several ways to quickly add objects and apply colors frequently used in your Web site, saving you both time and effort. In this lesson, you’ll explore the various tools for page layout as you work on the design of three Web pages.

Review questions

  1. After you create a new Web site in GoLive, what folder and files appear in the Files tab of the site window?

  2. Name two benefits of using a component.

  3. When do you use a layout grid to design a page?

  4. Name two ways that you can specify an image for an image placeholder on a page.

  5. Name a way in which you can add text to a table.

  6. What is a custom color palette, and how do you add a color to a custom color palette?

  7. Can you extract color from an image that you've added to a page? If so, how?

  8. When do you use floating boxes to design a page?

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