Highlight the email content and hit Ctrl+C to Copy.
In DW, use Edit > Paste Special > Text only.
This will strip out all the MS Office formatting and other junk code which doesn't play nice with HTML pages.
Highlight the link text.
In the properties panel link field, type the URL to the page like so:
One more thing, how do I get the photo to go where it needs to go on the page?
Thank you so much,
Save the photo to your DW Local Site Folder. I typically put mine inside an Images folder.
In DW, click on the page where you want the image to appear.
Hit Insert > Image (Ctrl+Alt+i)
Go to the Images folder and click on the photo name.
Use CSS to style your text and align images on the page.
You are officially my HERO,
Good Morning Nancy O,
If you were I just starting out with Dreamweaver CS3, is there a training book, cd, etc. that speaks in language that a novice can understand, that you would recommend for me to use? You see the organization I work for Habitat for Humanity has put me in charge of maintaining and updating our web site and I have had some training but obviously I need much more.
Thank you for your time and help,
Go through the XHTML and CSS tutorials at W3Schools to learn the jargon. XHTML = content. CSS = styles.
HTML & CSS Tutorials - http://w3schools.com/
Once you understand the terminology, you'll better understand what DW does for you.
Next, work through some on-line tutorials by creating a few test sites. These will familiarize you with modern web concepts and introduce you to the DW tools & work space.
Getting Started with DW CS3
Creating your first website in CS4 (part 2) -- the same basic principles apply to all versions of DW
Learn to Work with CSS
In addition to the Adobe Devnet tutorials, you'll find many more on-line tutorials at the following sites.
Lynda.com - http://www.Lynda.com
Community MX - http://www.communitymx.com/
If you get stuck on anything, feel free to post questions in this forum.
Fun, you mean this can actually get to be fun. Thank you for this advice I look forward to getting to the point of having fun with it.
All the Best