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How to Do Everything with Dreamweaver 8

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Now you can design and build the Web site of your dreams from start to finish with help from "How to Do Everything with Dreamweaver 8." Learn to combine text and images to create striking-looking Web pages, then jazz up your content by adding sound, video, and Flash movies. Web design expert and bestselling author Michael Meadhra provides you with step-by-step examples on all the essentials, plus great advice for using features such as Cascading Style Sheets and integrating with other applications. Clearly defined chapters work equally well if you're a beginner who prefers to learn in a tutorial fashion, or if you want to flip through for quick answers to a specific task or feature. Master Web page basics, including editing HTML code Insert and adjust images for backgrounds, links, and more Format and edit text and paragraphs Balance and maximize image quality easily Publish Web documents with file- and site-management tools Position Web page elements with tables or layers Create and manipulate tables Add video, sound, and animated graphics to your site Use Cascading Style Sheets for text formatting and page layout with layers and divs Test browser compatibility and conduct site maintenance

Synopsis:

Covering the latest version of this state-of-the-art Web design tool, this step-by-step guide shows beginning to intermediate users how to create and maintain striking Web sites with Dreamweaver. Readers will learn to use all the components, including the visual layout tools, application development features, and code editing capabilities. The clearly defined chapters work equally well for readers who prefer to learn sequentially in a tutorial fashion, or for those who need a quick reference to a specific task or feature.

Synopsis:

Wake up your Web site with this informative, easy-to-use reference on Dreamweaver. Follow examples and tutorials to create Web page basics such as adding text, creating hyperlinks, and HTML coding. Once you're familiar with Dreamweaver, you'll be ready to learn about and implement style sheets, forms, frames, layers, and even programming dynamic pages.

About the Author

Michael Meadhra (Kentucky) has authored, co-authored, and contributed to more thanthirty books, including the Windows 2000 Professional Bible (IDG Books), StarOffice 5.2 for Dummies (IDG Books), KDE for Dummies (IDG), Peter Norton's Guide to Windows 95, 1998 Ed. (Sams), Learn Windows 98 in aWeekend (Prima), Lotus SmartSuite for Dummies (IDG), Using Windows 3.11 (Que), Using DOS (Que), Internet Explorer 3.0 Unleashed (Sams), Using Your PC, 2nd Ed. (Que), Special Edition, Using Compuserve (Que), Ten Minute Guide to Freelance Graphics 96 for Win95 (Que), and Adobe Web Publishing and Design Unleashed (Sams). He has also contributed chapters to a number of books published by Que, including SE Using Win95, Using Win95, SE Using Windows NT Workstation 4.0, SE Using the Internet, 3rd Ed, and SE Using PowerPoint 97. While a member of the Cobb Group, Michael served as Editor-in-Chief of several newsletters covering topics such as PageMaker, QuarkXPress, Freehand, Illustrator, CorelDraw, Illustrator and Photoshop.

Table of Contents

Part I: Get to Know Dreamweaver

Chapter 1: Get Started with Dreamweaver

Chapter 2: Define a Site in Dreamweaver

Part II: Create Basic Web Pages

Chapter 3: Create a Page with Text

Chapter 4: Format Text with CBS Styles

Chapter 5: Add Images and Hyperlinks to Your Web Page

Chapter 6: Edit HTML Code in Dreamweaver

Part III: Beyond the Basics

Chapter 7: Create and Edit Tables

Chapter 8: Work with Layers

Chapter 9: Use Frames and Framesets

Chapter 10: Work with Forms

Chapter 11: Create and Use Dreamweaver Templates and Libraries

Part IV: Expand Your Horizons

Chapter 12: Extend Dreamweaver's Capabilities

Chapter 13: Work with Rollovers and Other Interactive Elements

Chapter 14: Program Dynamic Web Pages

Part V: Manage Your Site with Dreamweaver

Chapter 15: Publish Your Site

Chapter 16: Maintain Web Sites and Collaborate with Others

Chapter 17: Collaborate with Contribute Users

Product Details

ISBN:
9780072262384
Author:
Meadhra, Michael
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill/Osborne Media
Subject:
Design
Subject:
Internet - Web Site Design
Subject:
Web sites
Subject:
Computers-Internet - Web Site Design
Subject:
Computers : Internet - Web Site Design
Subject:
Web - Page Design
Subject:
Web sites -- Design.
Subject:
Web sites -- Authoring programs.
Subject:
Computers : Web - Page Design
Subject:
Internet - General
Publication Date:
20051031
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
448

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Product details 448 pages McGraw-Hill Osborne Media - English 9780072262384 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Covering the latest version of this state-of-the-art Web design tool, this step-by-step guide shows beginning to intermediate users how to create and maintain striking Web sites with Dreamweaver. Readers will learn to use all the components, including the visual layout tools, application development features, and code editing capabilities. The clearly defined chapters work equally well for readers who prefer to learn sequentially in a tutorial fashion, or for those who need a quick reference to a specific task or feature.
"Synopsis" by , Wake up your Web site with this informative, easy-to-use reference on Dreamweaver. Follow examples and tutorials to create Web page basics such as adding text, creating hyperlinks, and HTML coding. Once you're familiar with Dreamweaver, you'll be ready to learn about and implement style sheets, forms, frames, layers, and even programming dynamic pages.
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