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Dreamweaver.MX 2004 for Dummies. (For Dummies)by Janine Warner
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Add multimedia, create templates, and save time with Cascading Sheets
Get up to speed on the latest features of Dreamweaver and build your own site!
Do you want to create a sophisticated Web site that’s easy to develop and maintain? Ready to integrate the latest innovations and add interactivity? Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced Web developer, this easy-to-use reference will get you up and running quickly with Dreamweaver MX 2004, so you’ll be building cutting-edge sites in no time!
Discover how to:
All this on the bonus CD-ROM
* The fun and easy way to get up to speed on Dreamweaver-the award-winning industry standard for Web site design and Web application development
* Covers designing a well-planned site, coordinating the design work, adding graphics, framing pages, formatting text, adding interactivity, working with multimedia files, building a dynamic site, bringing data into the site, and more
* Dreamweaver currently holds approximately eighty percent of the professional Web development tool market, with more than 2.5 million Web professionals using it
* Revised throughout to cover the latest updates and enhancements made to the upcoming release of Dreamweaver MX 2004
* Written by veteran For Dummies author Janine Warner, a leading author in Web site creation and Web application development areas
Providing an easy way for readers to grasp the basics and get going with it, this manual book covers: the key features of Dreamweaver including: designing a well-planned site, co-ordinating the design work; adding graphics; framing pages; formatting text; and adding interactivity
About the Author
Janine Warner is an Internet consultant, author, columnist, and speaker.
Susannah Gardner is the owner and creative director of Hop Studios Internet Consultants, and teaches online journalism at USC.
Table of Contents
Part I: Fulfilling Your Dreams.
Chapter 1: Introducing Your New Best Friend.
Chapter 2: Setting Up a Web Site with Dreamweaver.
Part II: Looking Like a Million (Even on a Budget).
Chapter 3: Designing a Well-Planned Site.
Chapter 4: Coordinating Your Design Work.
Chapter 5: Adding Graphics.
Part III: Advancing Your Site.
Chapter 6: Coming to the HTML Table.
Chapter 7: Framing Your Pages.
Chapter 8: Cascading Style Sheets.
Part IV: Making It Cool.
Chapter 9: Layers, DHTML, and Behaviors.
Chapter 10: Roundtrip Integration: Fireworks and Dreamweaver.
Chapter 11: Showing Off with Multimedia.
Chapter 12: Forms Follow Function.
Part V: Working with Dynamic Content.
Chapter 13: Building a Dynamic Web Site: Getting Started.
Chapter 14: Bringing Data into the Mix.
Chapter 15: Using Forms to Manage Your Dynamic Web Site.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 16: Ten Great Sites Designed with Dreamweaver.
Chapter 17: Ten Web Site Ideas You Can Use.
Chapter 18: Ten Timesaving Dreamweaver Tips.
Appendix: About the CD.
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