Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 How-Tos: 100 Essential Techniques

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Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 is more than just the world’s most popular and powerful Web design tool: As part of Creative Suite 4 (which includes Photoshop CS4 and Flash CS4), 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 providing exact steps for the Dreamweaver CS4 features they’re most likely to ...
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Overview

Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 is more than just the world’s most popular and powerful Web design tool: As part of Creative Suite 4 (which includes Photoshop CS4 and Flash CS4), 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 providing exact steps for the Dreamweaver CS4 features they’re most likely to need and use, including new features like CSS-based page layout with Absolute Placement objects, Spry datasets for pages built with live data, Spry validation forms for collecting user input, and Spry effects. 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 to learn just the features and tools they need.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780321562890
  • Publisher: Adobe Press
  • Publication date: 11/24/2008
  • Series: How-Tos Series
  • Pages: 254
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

David Karlins is a veteran Web designer and consultant and is the author of more than a dozen books, including Enhancing a Dreamweaver CS3 Web Site with Flash Video: Visual QuickProject Guide, Build Your Own Web Site, The Complete Idiot’s Guides to Dreamweaver and Flash, and Dreamweaver CS3 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 currently teaches Dreamweaver for the San Francisco State University Multimedia Studies Program.
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Table of Contents

Chapter One: Creating a Website
Chapter Two: Creating Web Pages
Chapter Three: Creating and Formatting Tables
Chapter Four: Using Framesets
Chapter Five: Designing Pages with Absolute Placement Objects
Chapter Six: Formatting Text
Chapter Seven: Working with Images
Chapter Eight: Creating and Using Custom Templates and Libraries
Chapter Nine: Working with External Style Sheets
Chapter Ten: Collecting Data in Forms
Chapter Eleven: Defining Spry Validation Widgets
Chapter Twelve: Embedding Media
Chapter Thirteen: Adding Effects and Interactivity with Spry
Chapter Fourteen: Using Spry Data Sets
Chapter Fifteen: Adding Interactivity with Behaviors
Chapter Sixteen: Testing and Maintaining Sites
Index
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  • Posted February 20, 2010

    Dreamweaver Isn't As Scary Anymore

    I learned an old version of Dreamweaver over 10 years ago, so when I started using CS4 I got very confused. Although my knowledge is mostly basics of the program, this book is helping me understand more. It's great as a refresher for the things I used to know - and how the commands have changed over the years. It's also good for helping instruct how to do things I couldn't before. The author doesn't speak to me as if I am an idiot, nor does he speak to me as if I am a Dreamweaver genius.

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    This book is great to teach you the basic not for professional, but if you want just creat a simple web site it is great if you want professional one, then choose or buy all the books bellow.

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