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Adobe Creative Suite CS5 Web Premium How-Tos: Essential Techniques is a concise, economical, current, and informed guide to the key techniques for creating inviting and accessible Web sites using Adobe Creative Suite CS5. Readers choose the How-Tos guide when they want immediate access to just what they need to know to get results. This book shows readers the Dreamweaver CS5 features they need to manage Web sites; design page layout with CSS styles; and generate menu bars, tabbed panels, tooltips, datasets, and ...
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Overview

Adobe Creative Suite CS5 Web Premium How-Tos: Essential Techniques is a concise, economical, current, and informed guide to the key techniques for creating inviting and accessible Web sites using Adobe Creative Suite CS5. Readers choose the How-Tos guide when they want immediate access to just what they need to know to get results. This book shows readers the Dreamweaver CS5 features they need to manage Web sites; design page layout with CSS styles; and generate menu bars, tabbed panels, tooltips, datasets, and forms with validation scripts. It gives readers the Photoshop CS5 skills to prepare photos and thumbnails for the Web. It teaches Illustrator CS5 techniques to create Web banners, navigations icons, and scalable graphic elements. It shows how to create scrollbars and buttons in Flash Catalyst CS5. Readers can learn to generate animation in Flash Professional CS5, and they can discover ways to integrate Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Flash to create cutting-edge Web sites with custom video players, animation, and interactivity.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780321719867
  • Publisher: Adobe Press
  • Publication date: 8/31/2010
  • Series: How-Tos Series
  • Pages: 277
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

David Karlins is the author of over 30 books on graphic, Web, and interactive design. He teaches Web design at San Francisco State University Multimedia Studies Program and at 3rdWard in New York City, and his tutorials and Web design videos can be found at davidkarlins.com and peachpit.com.
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Table of Contents

Chapter One Creating a Web Site in Dreamweaver CS5 1

#1 Defining a Local Web Site 2

#2 Connecting to a Remote Site 4

#3 Managing Sites in the Files Panel 8

#4 Creating and Saving Web Pages 12

#5 Working with Text and Defining Links 15

#6 Embedding and Editing Images 18

#7 Inspecting Code 25

#8 Previewing in Live View and Browsers 27

Chapter Two Designing Web Pages in Dreamweaver with CSS Styles 31

#9 Using Design Tools (Grids, Zoom...) 32

#10 Creating and Linking a Style Sheet 34

#11 Creating Page Layouts with ID Styles 39

#12 Designing a Three-Column Layout 43

#13 Designing with Class Styles 49

#14 Using Absolute Placement 51

#15 Identifying and Editing CSS Elements 53

#16 Using CSS Layout Pages 54

Chapter Three Formatting Text and Embedding images 55

#17 Defining Font Tag Styles 56

#18 Text Formatting with Class Styles 59

#19 Formatting Links 60

#20 Embedding Images 63

#21 Creating CSS for Printable Pages 66

#22 Connecting Dreamweaver to a CMS Site 68

#23 Formatting CMS Themes 70

Chapter Four Collecting Data in Forms 73

#24 Creating Jump Menus 74

#25 Generating Forms 76

#26 Inserting Form Fields 77

#27 Testing Input with Validation Scripts 84

#28 Connecting a Form to a Server Script 87

Chapter Five Adding Effects and Interactivity with Spry and JavaScript 91

#29 Creating a Spry Data Source Table 92

#30 Generating a Spry Data Display 95

#31 Generating and Formatting Spry Menu Bars 98

#32 Defining and Populating Spry Tabbed Panels 101

#33 Creating Collapsible Panels 103

#34 Defining Spry Tooltips 105

#35 Inserting a Spry Accordion Widget 106

#36 Opening a Browser Window with JavaScript 107

#37 Applying Effects 109

Chapter Six Embedding Media 111

#38 Embedding Flash (SWF) 112

#39 Embedding Flash Video (FLV) 114

#40 Embedding QuickTime Media and Windows Media 117

#41 Embedding Media with HTML5 120

Chapter Seven Working with HTML5 Pack Extensions in Dreamweaver CS5 123

#42 Installing HTML5 Pack 124

#43 Creating New Pages with HTML5 Layouts 125

#44 Using Multiscreen Preview 127

#45 Enabling Media Queries 128

#46 Adding CSS3 Attributes with Code Hints 132

Chapter Eight Preparing Photos for the Web with Photoshop 137

#47 Saving Photos for the Web and Mobile Devices 138

#48 Cropping for the Web 141

#49 Scaling for the Web and Devices 142

#50 Preparing Thumbnails 145

#51 Applying Progressive or Interlaced Downloading 146

#52 Defining Compression, Dithering, and Color Palettes 147

#53 Saving Images with Transparent Backgrounds 149

Chapter Nine From Photoshop to the Web 151

#54 Creating Tiling Background Images 152

#55 Creating Semitransparent Backgrounds 155

#56 Setting Up Wireframe Templates 157

#57 Drawing Wireframes and Mockups 158

#58 Slicing Files for the Web 159

#59 Saving Photoshop Files as Web Pages 160

Chapter Ten Creating Artwork for the Web in Illustrator CS5 163

#60 Setting Up Web Documents and Artboards 164

#61 Drawing Lines and Shapes 167

#62 Drawing with the Pen Tool 169

#63 Rotating, Sizing, and Scaling 172

#64 Drawing with Brushes 175

#65 Applying Effects 177

#66 Creating Background Gradients 179

#67 Drawing with the Perspective Grid 182

#68 Working with Type in the Perspective Grid 184

Chapter Eleven From Illustrator to the Web 185

#69 Saving Artwork for the Web and Devices 186

#70 Anti-Aliasing Type for the Web 188

#71 Exporting Artwork with Transparent Backgrounds 190

#72 Exporting Illustrator Files as HTML 192

#73 Defining Links in Illustrator 194

#74 Exporting Artwork to Flash SWFs 195

#75 Generating Layers for Flash Animation 197

Chapter Twelve Designing Interactive Elements in Flash Catalyst 199

#76 Opening and Editing Artwork from Illustrator or Photoshop 200

#77 Wireframing in Catalyst 203

#78 Creating a Four-State Button 205

#79 Assigning Actions 207

#80 Creating a Media Player in Catalyst 211

#81 Creating a Custom Scrollbar 214

#82 Building a Form 216

#83 Exporting Catalyst Projects to SWF 217

Chapter Thirteen Creating Flash Professional Web Elements 219

#84 Creating and Exporting Flash Files 220

#85 Drawing in Flash CS5 222

#86 Importing Artwork from Illustrator or Photoshop 224

#87 Using Using the Text Layout Framework (TLF) 225

#88 Creating a timeline 227

#89 Using Code Snippets 229

#90 Creating an Animated Movie 231

#91 Generating a Morphing Shape 234

#92 Creating Templates 236

Chapter Fourteen Creating Slideshows in Flash Professional 239

#93 Creating a Simple Photo Album 240

#94 Creating an Advanced Photo Album 243

#95 Publishing Slideshows as SWFs 247

#96 Exporting SWF Slideshows 249

Chapter Fifteen Using CS5 Tools for the Web 253

#97 Managing Files in Bridge 254

#98 Creating an Adobe Web Gallery 256

#99 Accessing Fireworks from Bridge 258

#100 Using Media Encoder 260

Index 263

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