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Real World Adobe GoLive 6by Jeff Carlson and Glenn Fleishman
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Navigating the intricacies of a full-featured Web site design and management tool like Adobe GoLive 6 without a roadmap can leave even an advanced designer in the dark. That's why you need Real World GoLive 6. Revised to cover all the new features in GoLive 6 (including built-in tools to put database content directly in pages and the new Adobe Web Workgroup Server for collaborative site building), this industrial-strength guide provides the information you need to tap the true power of this popular development tool.
Beginning with the basics--like creating and editing Web pages and sites--and moving on to more complex topics--like scripting languages and animation--veteran Webheads Jeff Carlson and Glenn Fleishman cover it all. You'll return to Real World GoLive 6 again and again--not just for its coverage of new features like live content editing of Photoshop, Illustrator, and LiveMotion files, but for the inside tips and shortcuts Jeff and Glenn provide. They've done the work; now you get to benefit from their experience! For intermediate to advanced site builders, Real World GoLive 6 provides a complete reference you'll soon deem an invaluable resource.
Provides in-depth information for mastering site management and creating web content with the Adobe GoLive web-authoring tool. Users are shown how to work with images, tables and colour and introduced to complex features of GoLive such as scripting languages, DHTML and animations.
"Real World Adobe GoLive 6" is the definitive, in-depth guide for Web pros and beginners alike who want to create professional Web sites with Adobe GoLive 6. Users will learn to use GoLive for page creation, editing, and site management, and will learn to work with images, tables, and color.
About the Author
Glenn Fleishman writes and consults from his base in Seattle, www.glenns.org. He has co-written five books, including Real World Scanning and Halftones. Glenn is a contributing editor and columnist at Business 2.0 magazine and Adobe Magazine, and writes articles for The New York Times. His sobriquet and business name is the honestly refreshing Unsolicited Pundit, which describes both his nature and his ability to get work by contributing his opinion generally before it's been asked.
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