Adobe CS3 Web Workflows: Building Web Sites with Adobe Creative Suite 3

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* Bestselling author Joseph Lowery teaches readers to create functional workflows for building Web sites with the CS3 product suite
* Provides examples and techniques for the most desired, but under-documented, workflows such as moving from a composition created in Photoshop to a fully working site built in Dreamweaver
* Also explains which methods to apply when transitioning from one software package to ...
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Overview


* Bestselling author Joseph Lowery teaches readers to create functional workflows for building Web sites with the CS3 product suite
* Provides examples and techniques for the most desired, but under-documented, workflows such as moving from a composition created in Photoshop to a fully working site built in Dreamweaver
* Also explains which methods to apply when transitioning from one software package to another
* Workflows covered include Photoshop;Dreamweaver, Fireworks;Dreamweaver, Flash;Dreamweaver, Dreamweaver;Contribute, Photoshop;Fireworks;Dreamweaver, Illustrator;Photoshop;Flash;Dreamweaver, and Fireworks;Flash;Dreamweaver
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  • ISBN-13: 9780470261279
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 6/10/2008
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 336
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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Joseph W. Lowery is a professional Web developer who has been writing about computers and technology since 1981. He is the author of numerous editions of the Dreamweaver Bible and Fireworks Bible as well as CSS Hacks and Filters, all published by Wiley. He is well-known for his presentations at Web conferences, including Adobe MAX, in the U.S. and Europe, and is currently Vice President of Marketing for WebAssist, the leading provider of Adobe extensions.


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Table of Contents


Photoshop to Dreamweaver     2
Creating the Comp     6
Initializing the Comp     7
Setting Preferences     9
Working with Layers     10
Making Selections     12
Adding Gradients     15
Inserting Images     20
Completing the Comp     32
Aligning Graphic Elements     33
Positioning with the Layers Palette     36
Working with Text     41
Applying Simple Text Labels     41
Adding Headings and Blocks of Text     43
Inserting Decorative Text     47
Applying Effects     48
From Comp to Layout     54
Setting Up a Dreamweaver Site     55
Establishing Basic Preferences     56
Creating CSS Layout Styles     57
Inserting [left angle bracket]div[right angle bracket] Tags     64
Incorporating Background Images     67
Adding a Background Image to the [left angle bracket]body[right angle bracket]     67
Layering Background Images     72
Bringing in Foreground Images     81
Inserting and Styling Text     86
Including Navigation     92
Fireworks toDreamweaver     98
Composing with Vectors     102
Getting Started in Fireworks     103
Working with Vector-Based Graphics     105
Adding Rounded Rectangles     106
Inserting Navigation Tabs     108
Drawing with the Pen Tool     113
Integrating Gradients     115
Integrating Bitmapped Images     120
Comping Multipage Sites     128
Working with Text     129
Creating Logos and Display Text     129
Adding Navigation Labels     132
Including Sidebar Placeholder Content     135
Comping Main Content Text     138
Applying Live Filters     142
Adding Pages     145
Creating a Master Page     145
Building New Pages     147
Linking Pages     152
Exporting Comp Pages     155
Combining Navigation and Layouts     158
Incorporating Background Images     159
Creating Background Slices     159
Crafting CSS Backgrounds     162
Integrating Foreground Images     166
Slicing Foreground Graphics     166
Placing Fireworks Images in Dreamweaver      168
Implementing CSS Navigation     172
Exporting the Navigation States     172
Creating Web Standard CSS Navigation     176
Flash to Dreamweaver     182
Building Flash Intros     186
Setting the Stage     187
Importing Images     189
Working with the Timeline     192
Inserting Text     199
Creating Navigation Buttons     202
Making the Button Symbol     203
Adding ActionScript Code     207
Displaying in Dreamweaver     209
Setting Up Flash Video     214
Integrating Video in Flash Animations     215
Encoding Video     220
Working with Playback Components     222
Adding Captions to Flash Video     225
Inserting Video into Dreamweaver     230
Editing Flash from Dreamweaver     233
Photoshop to Bridge to Fireworks to Dreamweaver     238
Asset Creation and Comping     242
Straightening Photos     243
Aligning Crooked Shots     243
Removing Perspective     246
Healing Images     251
Automatic Spot Healing     251
Targeted Sampling for Healing      254
Increasing Productivity with Commands     260
Comping Forms with Rich Symbols     265
Adding Interactive Forms in Dreamweaver     276
Applying Spry and Standard Form Elements     277
Inserting Spry Text Fields     277
Adding Standard Radio Buttons     283
Including Spry Checkboxes     285
Setting Up Spry Lists     289
Completing the Form     293
Defining Validations     294
Styling Spry Widgets     298
Additional Workflows     306
Illustrator-Photoshop-Flash-Dreamweaver     307
The Flow: Illustrator to Flash and Photoshop and Flash to Dreamweaver     308
Dreamweaver-Contribute     309
The Flow: Dreamweaver to Contribute     310
Fireworks-Flash-Dreamweaver     312
The Flow: Fireworks to Flash to Dreamweaver     313
Index     316
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