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Dreamweaver MX Essential Skills: A Beginner's Guide (Beginner's Guides)by Ray West
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Essential Skills--Made Easy!
Develop and deploy Web sites with Macromedia's unique Dreamweaver MX development environment. Get a complete introduction to this popular software's tools, features, and potent functionality. Web experts Ray West and Tom Muck will lead you through all the essentials while focusing on real-world implementation. Begin with basic site construction and design principles, make data and content decisions, and then build your site with tables, forms, behaviors, and other Web development components. Create server-side scripts, dynamic Web applications, and database-driven content while working simultaneously with source code and visual design. Learn to easily work with ASP--plus, learn the basics of ASP.NET, JSP, PHP, and ColdFusion.
Designed for Easy Learning:
This guide capitalizes on the established pedagogy of the Beginner's Guide series to include modules, step-by-step tutorials, 1-minute drills, and more. The project section helps readers gain concept understanding and analysis, and includes new coverage of multimedia objects, including Flash, Shockwave, and QuickTime.
This is an introduction to Dreamweaver MX. It includes coverage of multimedia objects, and expands site management information by thoroughly covering topics such as checking links, file synchronization and Dreamweaver's FTP engine.
Get a solid introduction to the tools, functionality, and newly integrated features of Dreamweaver MX. Discover how to create dynamic Web applications efficiently — even if you're new to Web development. Filled with step-by-step tutorials, progress checks, hands-on projects, and more, this is the ideal starting point for learning to work with Dreamweaver MX.
Table of Contents
Part I: Dreamweaver 5 and the World Wide Web Module 1. Fundamentals of the World Wide Web Module 2. Planning and Organizing your Web Site Module 3. Understanding the Dreamweaver Interface Module 4. Layouts and Alignments¾Building Your First Web Page Module 5. The Printed Word-¾Working with Text Module 6. Adding Visual Interest-Working with Images Module 7. Inserting Multimedia Objects Module 8. Controlling Page Layout Module 9. Automating Your Work-Tools for Consistent Content Part II: Advanced Page Design Module 10. Creating Pages Designed with Frames Module 11. Working with Cascading Style Sheets Module 12. Advanced Functions with Behaviors, Extensions and Commands Module 13. Enabling Dynamic Elements with Layers Module 14. Forms and Functions¾Interactivity in Web Design Module 15. Getting It Out There-Publishing to the Web
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