Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 How-Tos: 100 Essential Techniques [NOOK Book]

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Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 is more than just the world's most popular and powerful Web design tool: As part of Creative Suite 3 (which includes Photoshop CS3 and Flash CS3), it's a key component of an overall Web design workflow that encourages users to rely on all of their applications to seamlessly create graphically rich content for the Web and motion graphics. This information- and image-packed guide lets users get right down to work by focusing on the Dreamweaver CS3 features they're most likely to use, including...
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Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 How-Tos: 100 Essential Techniques

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Overview

Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 is more than just the world's most popular and powerful Web design tool: As part of Creative Suite 3 (which includes Photoshop CS3 and Flash CS3), it's a key component of an overall Web design workflow that encourages users to rely on all of their applications to seamlessly create graphically rich content for the Web and motion graphics. This information- and image-packed guide lets users get right down to work by focusing on the Dreamweaver CS3 features they're most likely to use, including Spry framework for Ajax and Spry widgets and effects, and Absolute Placement objects; the book showcases each in a stand-alone tip, complete with a relevant hint or two and helpful screenshot. This is how readers can learn just what they need to know, exploring the program at their own pace, exploring just the features and tools they need.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780132701280
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 6/7/2007
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 288
  • File size: 13 MB
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Meet the Author

David Karlins is a veteran Web designer and consultant and is the author of more than a dozen books, including Build Your Own Web Site, The Complete Idiot's Guides to Dreamweaver and Flash, and Dreamweaver 8 How-Tos: 100 Essential Techniques. David's Web design clients and consultants have ranged from Hewlett Packard to the Himalayan Fair. His articles and reviews appear in online and print publications, including CreativePro and Macworld magazine. David has taught Dreamweaver at the University of California Extension School of Graphic and Interactive Design and for the San Francisco State University Digital Video Intensive program, and he currently teaches Dreamweaver for the San Francisco State University Multimedia Studies Program. David hosts a Web design resource site at buildyourownwebsite.us.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 28, 2008

    Great book for a beginner like me

    I really enjoyed the layout of this book. Each chapter is well organized. I am not new to web design 'being a former FrontPage user 4 years ago' but I am new to Dreamweaver and found this book to be very helpful. Since I have been out of the business for the past few years I wanted to make sure I am up to date with the latest tips and practices. I was used to using tables for everything but now I have converted to CSS based layouts. This book will give you all the basics. I found the notes in the side margins to be particullarly useful. If you are new to web design I suggest you take the time to read the entire book first before starting your site. The book is only 272 pages and it reads very fluidly. You could of course just jump right in to building your site, but you might miss some great explainations 'and better options' presented in a later chapter. I gave this book a 4 because I highly recommend it. It was well written, and I would have rated it a 5 'outstanding' if it had been in full color. Even though it's not, that shouldn't keep you from getting this book. It's well worth the read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 5, 2007

    The How-to way to learn Dreamweaver CS3

    If you search the web, you will find the How-to training materials are the most wanted and desirable for any one who wants to learn about new software. Actually, it is a fast effective way to gain knowledge of new software or extend skill of any software. The new Adobe Dream Weaver CS3 HOW-TOs is a new part of the HOW-TOs series from Peachpit. The new Dreamweaver book provides you an effective way to learn about the new Dreamweaver CS3 using 100 techniques. The tutorials in this book cover the Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 starting from creating a new website and define and manage it, this is covered in the first chapter. The second chapter covers working in the document window and creating pages and templates. In the 3rd chapter, Divid Karlins show how to create tables and frames, as well as creating frameset and formatting framesets. Then the book flows in the next chapters to show by example how to work with designing pages, working with text and images , working with CSS¿etc. In chapter 10, the book shows a new feature in Dreamweaver CS2, which is Spy. Spy helps creating widget such as menu bar widget and Collapsible widgets. The book moves to the last chapter which talks about testing site and doing the maintenance.

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