|This command allows you to rapidly build pages
with differing content but the same outer formatting (like a template).
Simply create a single table in an otherwise blank html file, use the
first row for the names of the special tags you want to use, then all
subsequent rows as the html data. Each row will feed into a new "page"
merged from the template. In the template file, insert placeholder tags
matching the names you used in the data file. (example: gorf in the data
page becomes <gorf></gorf>). "Include placeholder tags
in output" means that the tag used as a placeholder in the template
stays in the outputted html, otherwise it is removed (to alleviate errors
in older browsers). This command is very much like a "mail merge"
tool in a word processor. Use it to create "articles", catalog
entries, or many other kinds of pages where the content changes but the
HTML around it stays the same. If you want to change the template, just
edit it in DW then re-run this command. Always run this command
from a fresh, blank page (the command) and NEVER have either the
prototype file or the template file open in another window of Dreamweaver
while it runs!!!!