If you do that, Dreamweaver will assume that you want to change the appearance of your whole website, and proceed to go through every web page based on this template and update it to your new design.
As such, if you want to put unique content in certain sections of your web page, you will need to mark those sections as "editable".
You do not need to manually go through every page to make those design changes.
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This common design is the result of my basing all my pages on a template containing all the above elements (logo, navigation menu, 2 column layout, etc).
Using a template makes the job of adding new pages to much easier than it would otherwise have been: any time I want to add a new article, all I need to do is to use that custom template and insert my article content into the right column.
Imagine having to go through every page on a site with hundreds of pages, just to (say) add a new button to your navigation menu.
Here's where Dreamweaver CS5 shines in helping you automate the task of creating and maintaining a multi-page website.
by Christopher Heng, Nearly all websites have more than one page.
Creating multiple pages for a website is a relatively simple task; things only get troublesome when you want to make a design change that affects 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.If you look at all the pages on using a desktop browser, you will probably have noticed that practically every page shares the same basic layout.There is a logo and a navigation menu in the left column, and the content specific to each page is housed in the right column.Your editable region can be as small as a single word on your page (or even a letter or digit if you like), or as large as the content of the entire column (probably even the whole page, but that will defeat the whole purpose of using a template).