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Adobe Dreamweaver Cs6 Revealed (Adobe Cs6)by Sherry Bishop
Synopses & Reviews
Discover all that Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 has to offer! Whether you're looking for a thorough introduction to Dreamweaver or a reliable reference for your web design and development work, this proven resource is an ideal choice. ADOBE DREAMWEAVER CS6 REVEALED combines vibrant, full-color illustrations and clear, step-by-step tutorials to help you master the industry-standard web development software. In addition to detailed information on the current Dreamweaver interface, features, and functionality, the guide includes hands-on projects and real-world case studies to help you hone your skills and appreciate their professional relevance. The book highlights features new to CS6 and explores cutting-edge web standards and design trends, including CSS3 best practices, HTML5 layouts, multiscreen preview, and media queries for mobile devices. Additional online tools and content--including HTML5, Flash, and video files--enable you to apply what you learn by developing actual web content. The author, an experienced design professional and award-winning educator, also emphasizes fundamental web design principles, helping you develop knowledge and skills that go beyond a specific software package and can serve you well throughout your career. The Data Files used to complete the projects found in the book are now available online. For access information please refer to the directions available in the preface of the book.
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. Using Adobe Bridge to Manage Assets. 1. Getting Started with Dreamweaver. 2. Developing a Web Page. 3. Working with Text and Cascading Style Sheets. 4. Adding Images. 5. Working with Links and Navigation. 6. Positioning Objects with CSS and Tables. 7. Managing a Web Server and Files. 8. Using Styles and Style Sheets for Design. 9. Collecting Data with Forms. 10. Positioning Objects with AP Divs. 11. Adding Media and Interactivity with Flash and Spry. 12. Creating and Using Templates. 13. Working with Library Items and Snippets.
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