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I don't know specifically for dreamweaver, but all you need is a basic file (named 'index.html'). This file will contain 'markup' that dictates how the page should look / be organized. The basic structure of a file would be this: *put a 'doctype' here* *this is where scripts and styles will go. * Content goes here. Hello, world!
Hi zaynab, welcome to OpenStudy. I've not used DreamWeaver, but if you're just starting out with HTML, it can be a good idea to just start by writing pages manually with a decent text editor. You tend to get a better idea of what you're doing and you can always copy and paste stuff in while you're learning. And we're always learning :) Are you looking to have server-side scripting or just build some pages? Let us know what you're trying to achieve. There's bunch of people here that'll have no problems explaining basic web tech. I just don't personally know anything about DreamWeaver so I can't help you there.