About Exporting and Importing

You can think of a document based on a template as containing data represented by name-value pairs. Each pair consists of the name of an editable region, and the contents of that region.

You can export the name-value pairs into an XML file so that you can work with the data outside of Dreamweaver (for example, in an XML editor or a text editor, or a database application).

Conversely, if you have an XML document that’s structured appropriately, you can import the data from it into a document based on a Dreamweaver template.

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