Lesson learned: The purpose of Chapter 1 of Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 Classroom in a Book is to familiarize the novice user to the basic features of Dreamweaver CS5, including shortcut keys, toolbars and the like. Essentially, Dreamweaver is not so radically different from any other application software. It comes with a number of toolbars that can be expanded, collapsed, and moved about. One important feature is the view option. There are actually two ways of viewing the webpage that you are building: Code or Design. Looking at the page from a Code perspective is excellent for when you need to edit or troubleshoot the programming. Design view allows you to actually see what your page is going to look like as you go about building it. Dreamweaver is extra nice because it allows you to enjoy the best of both worlds with the Split view.