The only thing different about each page is the content of the article itself.
In fact, this similarity between pages is not unique to thesitewizard.com: just about every website on the Internet has a basic design that most (or all) pages of that site share. Once your visitors have figured out how to find things on a single page on your site, such as where to find the navigation menu bar, where to find the product description and "Order" button, and so on, they will also know how to use the other pages on your site.
By changing the template, you can automatically update all of the pages created from the template.
This can save hours of work when the inevitable happens—you or one of your clients realizes that an element on every page of the design needs to change.
You can also use the templates in Dreamweaver to make global changes across many pages at once.
This makes the arduous task of changing the design of a site extremely simple, since Dreamweaver does all the tedious work.
This chapter deals with how you can use that template system to manage your site.
(You’ll find more detailed instructions for defining a site in Dreamweaver at 2 Create a New Template and Set Page Properties Choose File New and in the New Document window, choose the General tab.
Choose Template Page from the Category list, HTML Template from the Template Page section, and click Create.