|Hi, the good news is that you can leverage the hard work that you have already done on your HTML file that was created in Dreamweaver CS3 as a template. |
All that you need to do is to copy that file and save the copy under a different filename. For example, say if your initial HTML document was the homepage and you called it "index.html". Now you want to create other pages utilizing the same navigation, footer and logo in the exact same place. Say your navigation has an "About us" button and you want to create the associated page. So if you want to create an "about us" page that has the same look and feel as your "index.html" page, just open "index.html" in CS3, then use the "Save As" function from the drop-down menu and type in "aboutus.html". CS3 will automatically rename the open file. You can check this by looking at the name of the tab at the very top that tells you what file you are working on. Now all you have to do is just customize the content areas without having to recreate the logo, navigation and footer from scratch.
Did you also create a CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) for style or layout for the HTML file that you want to use as a template?
I ask because if you did, you can use the same style and layout definitions that you created for the HTML for every similar page that you create via the method that I described above. If you needed to change the font or similar type of style definitions globally, all you need to do is to adjust that definition in your style CSS file and it will automatically update it for every page that references that definition.
Try this and let me know how it goes.