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Test the Page

It's been said that the proof of the pudding is in the eating...well, it's time now for the proof. If the code was entered correctly, you should be able to load the page in a testing server, click the Refresh button, and see the graphics change. So let's do that.

First, in Dreamweaver, select File > Preview in Browser. From the available options, choose a browser in which to preview the document. The test page will then display in the selected browser. In our example, we chose Safari (Figure 5).

Figure 5

Figure 5 The completed page with inline graphic, viewed using a Web browser

Now use the browser's Refresh button to refresh the page and change the graphic image. The graphic changes each time you click the Refresh button (Figure 6).

Figure 6

Figure 6 The inline graphic changes with each refresh.

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