Advanced HTML Editor 3 Usage
A CMS stores the website's content — text, images, videos
etc. displayed by the pages of the website — in a database. Every time a
visitor on the website visits a page, the visitor's web browser retrieves the
content for that page from the database, and displays that content on the page.
If the website owner uses the CMS administration area to make a change to a
page, the change is being stored into the database. Every time a visitor opens the
page, the page information comes from the database and any visitor on it will
see the newly changed content.
This is where the Advanced HTML Editor 3 does its
best - Creating beautiful and rich content, editing of live text, images,
tables and other content without any HTML knowledge, visually like in Microsoft
Word - see Figure 6.
You can build a simple CMS using the Standard Dreamweaver
Insert Record Behavior see Figure 4– for creating new content and Update
Record Behavior see Figure 5 – for editing existing content and
integrate Advanced HTML Editor 3 with them.
Figure 4 - Insert Record Behavior
Learn how to use Advanced HTML Editor 3 with Insert Record Behavior: http://www.dmxzone.com/go?18475
Figure 5 - Update Record Behavior
Learn how to use Advanced HTML Editor 3 with Update Record Behavior: http://www.dmxzone.com/go?18476
If you are new to dynamic websites please
check the following article by David Powers: Building your first dynamic