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Default Dreamweaver cs5 question???? untitled document

I just started working with websites and Dreamweaver cs5. In Dreamweaver how do you give you website a title and logo image. If you look up top on when your on a website, there is a tab. For example, on this site it says p2p.worox.comforums- and on the left the sites logo. On my websites tab it say "untitled Document" and the logo is a file image. How do you change this using dreamweaver cs5???

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Hi there,

If I understand you correctly,what you see is made up of two parts.

The text Untitled Page (or p2p.wrox.com Forums) is part of the page's title. You add a title between <title> tags to the document's <head> section:

<html ...>
<title>Your title goes here</title>
You may need to switch to Design View in Dreamweaver to see this code.

The image you see is called a favicon, or favorites icon. More info on creating and using them can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Favicon


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