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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2013

    The book blasts its way through the Dreamweaver basics of settin

    The book blasts its way through the Dreamweaver basics of setting up a test website environment and get right into creating and formatting and adding tags to an HTML5 document. Another plus is that the author tries to have some middle ground between the code and design view, showing both the peculiarities of HTML5 syntax (or structure or page code, or whichever phrase best represents HTML5's recommended element structure) and where to find the controls and options in the Dreamweaver interface. He takes his time and goes through the innovations provided by HTML5 and gives short snippets on how to implements them. Other things he outlines include how to use Spry (Built in Javascript features), how to apply styling for both general and unique situations. He goes through the cool stuff the CSS3 can be used to do and outlines some of the compatibility issues one may have, while providing possible solutions. All this goes through how a website can be implemented on a desktop sized screen. He then makes mention of Media Queries and creating style sheet for the different screen sizes boasted by the different devices bound to access your page. In a nutshell...Dreamweaver makes this process way easier than it sounds.

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