50 Fast Dreamweaver MX Techniques

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Using a simple, step-by-step format, this book shows you how to use Dreamweaver to create the most sophisticated, visually captivating designs that are possible on the Web today. From building dynamic tables to adding vivid Flash movies, you'll uncover 50 fast and easy effects that you can achieve almost instantly with Dreamweaver MX. Each technique is clearly explained and illustrated, so you can quickly take your Web design to the next level.
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Overview

Using a simple, step-by-step format, this book shows you how to use Dreamweaver to create the most sophisticated, visually captivating designs that are possible on the Web today. From building dynamic tables to adding vivid Flash movies, you'll uncover 50 fast and easy effects that you can achieve almost instantly with Dreamweaver MX. Each technique is clearly explained and illustrated, so you can quickly take your Web design to the next level.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764538940
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 4/4/2003
  • Series: 50 Fast Techniques Series , #9
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 8.92 (h) x 0.85 (d)

Meet the Author

Janine Warner is an Internet consultant, author and newspaper columnist.

Ivonne Berkowitz is a Web and graphic designer for PBS&J, a top-ranking engineering firm in Florida. Together, she and Janine wrote Dreamweaver MX For Dummies®.

Yanier Gonzalez is Creative Director and co-founder of ModernMethod, a Web design and development agency in Miami.

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Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Technique 1 Using Tracing Images to Re-create Designs 3
Technique 2 Creating Rollovers for Interactivity 9
Technique 3 Setting Links in an Image Map 13
Technique 4 Exporting a Layout from Fireworks into Dreamweaver 17
Technique 5 Creating a Linked Image Gallery 21
Technique 6 Finding and Fixing Broken Links Automatically 27
Technique 7 Creating a Template-Based Web Site 31
Technique 8 Removing Empty Tags and Junk Code 35
Technique 9 Accessing URLs, Colors, and Images Assets 39
Technique 10 Organizing Files and Folders without Breaking Links 45
Technique 11 Creating a Disjointed (One-to-Many) Rollover Effect 53
Technique 12 Building Rollovers in Fireworks and Exporting Them to Dreamweaver 57
Technique 13 Embedding a Flash Movie 61
Technique 14 Embedding a Multimedia File 65
Technique 15 Creating a Flash Menu in Dreamweaver 69
Technique 16 Creating a Preset Window Size 75
Technique 17 Creating a "Gallery Wall" using Multiple Pop-Up Windows 79
Technique 18 Creating Tool Tips with OnBlur and OnFocus Events 83
Technique 19 Floating Pop-Ups without Windows 87
Technique 20 Delivering a Message Quietly with Pop-under Windows 93
Technique 21 Inviting Them Back to Your Site with an Exit Pop-Up Window 95
Technique 22 "Drawing" Tables with Layout Features 101
Technique 23 Formatting Multiple Table Cells 107
Technique 24 Designing a Compelling HTML E-Mail Newsletter 111
Technique 25 Creating a Floating DHTML Toolbar 115
Technique 26 Using Dreamweaver's Accessibility Tools 123
Technique 27 Providing Multiple Navigation Options 127
Technique 28 Using Alt Tags to Describe Images 129
Technique 29 Inserting a Quick-Loading Low-Res Image 133
Technique 30 "Zooming In" with Rollovers 139
Technique 31 Editing Images from within Dreamweaver 143
Technique 32 Building a Pop-Up Menu Using Fireworks 147
Technique 33 Creating a Slideshow using the Timeline and Behaviors 153
Technique 34 Adding Style to Your Page with a Fixed Tiling Background 157
Technique 35 Preventing Backgrounds from Tiling and Scrolling 161
Technique 36 Creating Tiling Graphics for Use in Autostretch Layouts 165
Technique 37 Creating a Library of Common Elements 171
Technique 38 Creating Effective Frame Navigation 177
Technique 39 Using HTML Styles to Automate Formatting 185
Technique 40 Let Cascading Style Sheets Guide Your Work 189
Technique 41 Reusing Multimedia Assets 195
Technique 42 Scouring Your Database with an Easy Site Search Feature 201
Technique 43 Inviting Interactive Graffitti into Your Site with a Public Guest Book 205
Technique 44 Showing off a Product Catalog with a Master/Detail Page Set 209
Technique 45 Administrating Your Database with your Web Browser 213
Technique 46 Keeping Your Site Looking Fresh with a Random Image Group 219
Technique 47 Accepting Credit Card Payments with PayPal Shopping Cart 223
Technique 48 Don't Get Framed! Use Frame Buster to Break Free 227
Technique 49 Preventing Orphaned Frame Content with Framestuffer 231
Technique 50 Generating Images within Dreamweaver InStageGraphics 235
App. A: What's on the CD-ROM 241
App. B: Learning More on the Web 245
App. C Extending the Features of Dreamweaver MX 249
About the Authors 251
Colophon 253
Index 255
End-User License Agreement 265
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