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Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 Illustrated (10 Edition)by Sherry Bishop
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Designed to meet the needs of users from a broad range of experience levels, ADOBE Dreamweaver CS4 - ILLUSTRATED equips your students with Dreamweaver basics--and well beyond--using the insightful, user-friendly format for which the Illustrated Series is known. Covering the nuts and bolts, new cutting-edge features, and everything in between, the text presents each skill on a succinct, easy-to-understand, two-page spread--making for focused and thorough instruction. Detailed coverage and innovative learning tools maximize user success! From novice to experienced, ADOBE Dreamweaver CS4 - ILLUSTRATED offers invaluable knowledge and insight to take users' skills to the next level.
Learning has never been easier than with ADOBE DREAMWEAVER CS5 ILLUSTRATED. This reader-friendly book presents each skill on two facing pages, providing detailed instructions on the left-hand page and large, full-color screenshots on the right page. The visual format helps you intuitively grasp the concepts in the book and apply them to the classroom and workplace environment.
About the Author
Sherry Bishop is an Instructor of Information Technology at North Arkansas College in Harrison, Arkansas. An expert in multimedia applications, she is the author of several books in the Design Professional, Revealed, and Illustrated series and a frequent presenter at conferences and workshops around the country. Sherry is the recipient of three endowed chairs in technology and was selected as the outstanding instructor at North Arkansas College in 2004.
Table of Contents
1. Getting Started with Adobe Dreamweaver CS4. 2. Creating a Web Site. 3. Developing a Web Page. 4. Formatting Text Using HTML and CSS Styles. 5. Using and Managing Images. 6. Creating Links and Navigation Bars. 7. Using CSS to Lay Out Pages. 8. Positioning Objects with HTML Tables. 9. Collecting Data with Forms. Appendix: Maintaining and Publishing Your Web Site.
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