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Dreamweaver 8by Dave Mcfarland
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Available for both the Mac and Windows, Macromedia's Dreamweaver 8 is a professional web design and development program used by millions of Internet professionals to build high-quality static and dynamic database-driven web sites. It offers drag-and-drop simplicity, streamlined HTML coding tools, and powerful database integration features. But Dreamweaver 8 is missing one vital component: a printed manual.
Enter Dreamweaver 8: The Missing Manual, the completely revised fourth edition of this bestselling book by experienced web site trainer, Macromedia Certified instructor, and Dreamweaver Advisory Council member David McFarland. This book enables both first-time and experienced web designers to create visually stunning and highly interactive web sites.
With crystal-clear writing and much welcome humor, this new edition offers features such as:
No matter what your level of expertise is, you'll also learn how to manage your entire web site-whether you've just launched or if it's been around for awhile and takes up thousands of pages. Beginners with no web design experience will appreciate the step-by-step guide to designing, organizing, building, and deploying a web site; long-time Dreamweaver users will appreciate the advanced, real-world techniques for controlling the appearance of their web pages with CSS.
With more than 500 illustrations, a handcrafted index, and the clarity of thought that has made bestsellers of every Missing Manual to date, this is the ultimate atlas for the complex and powerful Dreamweaver 8.
Book News Annotation:
Featuring step-by-step instructions, this guide explains how to build a web page with Dreamweaver 8, link from one page to another, spice up the design with graphics, apply cascading style sheets, view the underlying HTML code, and collect information using forms. The more advanced chapters cover managing files within a web site, testing pages and links, shaping pages based on a template, and connecting Dreamweaver to a database.
Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Book News Annotation:
Featuring step-by-step instructions, this guide explains how to build a web page with Dreamweaver 8, link from one page to another, spice up the design with graphics, apply cascading style sheets, view the underlying HTML code, and collect information using forms. The more advanced chapters cover managing files within a web site, testing pages and links, shaping pages based on a template, and connecting Dreamweaver to a database. Annotation Â©2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
About the Author
David McFarland has been designing web sites since 1995. He's a professional web designer and educator who has worked with the University of California at Berkeley, Intuit, and Macworld magazine among others. He is a frequent speaker at web-related conferences and teaches web design and development at Portland State University. He is a Macromedia Certified instructor and a member of the Dreamweaver Advisory Council.
Table of Contents
The Missing Credits Introduction Part I: Building a Web Page Chapter 1: Dreamweaver 8 Guided Tour Chapter 2: Adding Text to Your Web Pages Chapter 3: Text Formatting Chapter 4: Links Chapter 5: Images Part II: Building a Better Web Page Chapter 6: Cascading Style Sheets Chapter 7: Page Layout 101 Chapter 8: Advanced Page Layout Chapter 9: Under the Hood: HTML Part III: Bringing Your Pages to Life Chapter 10: Forms Chapter 11: Dreamweaver Behaviors Chapter 12: Flash, Shockwave, and Other Multimedia Part IV: Building a Web Site Chapter 13: Introducing Site Management Chapter 14: Testing Your Site Chapter 15: Moving Your Site to the Internet Part V: Dreamweaver Power Chapter 16: Snippets and Libraries Chapter 17: Templates Chapter 18: Automating Dreamweaver Chapter 19: Customizing Dreamweaver Part VI: Dynamic Dreamweaver Chapter 20: Getting Started with Dynamic Web Sites Chapter 21: Adding Dynamic Data to Your Pages Chapter 22: Web Pages that Manipulate Database Records Chapter 23: Advanced Dynamic Site Features Chapter 24: XML and XSLT Part VII: Appendixes Appendix A: Getting Help Appendix B: Dreamweaver 8, Menu by Menu Colophon
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