Dreamweaver CS4 for Windows and Macintosh: (Visual QuickStart Guide Series)by Tom Negrino
Pub. Date: 12/15/2008
Publisher: Peachpit Press
With the release of Adobe Creative Suite CS4, Dreamweaver solidifies its role as the de facto tool of choice for anyone using Photoshop and designing for the Web. Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide uses a combination of task-based instruction and strong visuals to teach beginning and intermediate users how to create, design,… See more details below
With the release of Adobe Creative Suite CS4, Dreamweaver solidifies its role as the de facto tool of choice for anyone using Photoshop and designing for the Web. Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide uses a combination of task-based instruction and strong visuals to teach beginning and intermediate users how to create, design, and publish powerful, innovative Web sites with Dreamweaver. Leading technology authors Tom Negrino and Dori Smith take readers step-by-step through the new features in Adobe Dreamweaver CS4, with completely revised chapters on critical tools like linking and including images and Flash animations. They also cover improvements to using styles and CSS in Dreamweaver, and the new Code Navigator in Dreamweaver CS4. Beginning users will learn to create their first Web site, add text, style and position page content, manage styles, work with links, incorporate images, media, tables, forms, and frames, design site navigation, and so much more. Experienced users will find this a convenient reference to the new features of Dreamweaver CS4.
Table of ContentsIntroduction
Chapter 1: Introducing Dreamweaver
Chapter 2: Starting Your First Site
Chapter 3: Building Your First Page
Chapter 4: Adding Text To Your Pages
Chapter 5: Including Images and Media
Chapter 6: Working with Links
Chapter 7: Styling Page Content
Chapter 8: Positioning Page Content
Chapter 9: Managing Styles
Chapter 10: Inserting Tables
Chapter 11: Using Forms and Fields
Chapter 12: Adding Frames
Chapter 13: Using Behaviors and Navigation Objects
Chapter 14: Building Dynamic Pages with Spry
Chapter 15: Making Life Easier: Using Templates, Libraries, and Snippets
Chapter 16: Working with Other Applications
Chapter 17: Editing Code
Chapter 18: Managing Your Site
Appendix A: Where to Learn More
Appendix B: Customizing and Extending Dreamweaver
Appendix C: Cascading Style Sheets Reference
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