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Overview

Bring your expertise as a web developer to the next level! Author Scott J. Wilson takes the mystery out of professional Web site design and production by introducing you to the most frequently used features and functions of Dreamweaver 4. Following an introduction to the interface and tools, and review of the practical aspects of Web page development, you'll be ready to jump right into developing your own learning applications with confidence.
Exercises and examples in Dreamweaver 4: Inside Macromedia will direct you in the use of frames, tables, forms, links, animation and other frequently used Dreamweaver functions. Coverage of Attain Objects will equip you with the ability to add highly interactive structures, scoring and tracking features to your web-based learning applications.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780766820043
  • Publisher: Cengage Delmar Learning
  • Publication date: 7/16/2001
  • Series: Inside Macromedia Series
  • Edition description: First
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 448
  • Product dimensions: 7.92 (w) x 8.74 (h) x 0.93 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Acknowledgments xii
Chapter 1 Getting Started 1
Introduction 2
Overview of Dreamweaver 2
Dreamweaver--Art and Technical Skills 2
Overview of the Book 3
Instructional Approach 4
Learning Strategies 4
Application Chapters--Project 6
Icons for Quick Access 6
Using the Book--On Your Own 7
Using the Book--Within a Classroom 8
Windows vs. Macintosh 8
Getting Your Computer Ready 9
Take a Look at the CD-ROM 11
File Extensions and Descriptions 13
Opening a New File in Dreamweaver 14
What's New in Dreamweaver 4? 18
Summary 20
Chapter 2 The Internet Environment 23
Introduction 24
Web Pages--Technically Speaking 24
Web Pages--Aesthetically Speaking 32
The Development Process for Web Sites 37
Summary 40
Chapter 3 The Dreamweaver Interface 43
Introduction 44
The Dreamweaver Work Area 44
Dreamweaver Menus 48
Panels and Windows 57
Summary 69
Chapter 4 Setting Up a Site 71
Introduction 72
Web Site Overview 72
Site Definition 73
Practice Exercise--Create a New Site 80
Chapter 5 Creating an HTML Page--Starting with Text 87
Introduction 88
Page Properties 88
Practice Exercise--Defining a Site (A Review) 91
Practice Exercise--Placing Text on a Page 93
HTML--A Brief Overview 100
Font Style and Size 102
Practice Exercise--Enhanced Text 105
Summary 112
Chapter 6 Importing Graphics 113
Introduction 114
An Overview of Graphics in HTML Pages 114
Guided Tour--Graphic Properties 118
Practice Exercise--Adding Graphics to a Page 125
Summary 133
Chapter 7 Why Reinvent the Wheel?--Using Templates 135
Introduction 136
An Overview About Dreamweaver Templates 136
Using Dreamweaver Templates 137
Keynotes About Templates 138
Practice Exercise--Creating a Template from an Existing File 140
Practice Exercise--Create a New HTML Page Based on a Template 147
Summary 151
Chapter 8 Application Chapter: Creating the "Look and Feel" of the Web Site and Templates 153
Application Exercise Objectives 154
Application Project Overview 154
Application Project--Preparing Your Computer 156
Application Exercise--Creating the "Look and Feel" of the Web Site and Templates 156
Summary 161
Chapter 9 Links 163
Introduction 164
The Basics About Links 164
Target Links 167
HTML Code for Links 168
E-mail Links 169
Changing the Status Bar Text Pertaining to a Link 170
Managing Links 170
Practice Exercise--Link to a New Page 174
Summary 183
Chapter 10 Working with Tables 185
Introduction 186
Tables Overview 186
Selecting Tables, Cells, Rows, and Columns 191
Formatting a Table 194
Keynotes About Tables 199
Practice Exercise--Build a Table 201
Summary 215
Chapter 11 Still Recreating? Using a Library 217
Introduction 218
Dreamweaver Library 218
Keynotes about a Dreamweaver Library 219
Practice Exercise--Creating a Library Item 223
Practice Exercise--Adding a Library Element to an Existing Page 227
Practice Exercise--Modifying a Library Item 230
Summary 233
Chapter 12 Application Chapter: Creating the Main Menu Page and Linking It to the Product Pages 235
Application Exercise Objectives 236
Introduction 236
Application Exercise--Creating the Main Menu Page and Linking It to the Product Pages 236
Summary 240
Chapter 13 Working with Frames 241
Introduction 242
Frames Overview 242
Tips About Working with Frames 245
Creating Frames 249
Guided Tour--Frameset vs. Frame 252
HTML and Behaviors for Frames 258
Practice Exercise--Setting Up a Frames Page 259
Practice Exercise--Linking Content Pages in Frames 267
Summary 277
Chapter 14 Application Chapter: Using Frames 279
Application Exercise Objectives 280
Introduction 280
Application Exercise--Using Frames 280
Summary 284
Chapter 15 Adding Functionality with Behaviors 285
Introduction 286
So What is a Behavior? 286
Working with Behaviors 291
Guided Tour--Behaviors Panel 292
Practice Exercise--Opening and Closing Browser Windows 293
Dreamweaver Extensions--Third Party Behaviors 303
Practice Exercise--Pop-up Messages 304
Summary 307
Chapter 16 Application Chapter: Adding a Behavior 309
Application Exercise Objectives 310
Introduction 310
Application Exercise--Adding a Behavior 310
Summary 313
Chapter 17 Broaden Links with Anchors and Image Maps 315
Introduction 316
Anchors 316
Practice Exercise--Link to a Fragment of a Page Using Anchors 319
Image Maps 326
Practice Exercise--Creating an Image Map 329
Troubleshooting Links 333
Summary 337
Chapter 18 Working with Layers 339
Introduction 340
An Overview of Layers 340
Practice Exercise--Layering Graphics and Text 346
Guidelines for Developing Layers 356
Summary 360
Chapter 19 Creating Animation with Dreamweaver 361
Introduction 362
Animation with a Timeline 362
Guided Tour--Timelines 370
Summary 376
Chapter 20 Application Chapter: Working with Layers 377
Application Exercise Objectives 378
Introduction 378
Application Exercise--Working with Layers 378
Summary 384
Chapter 21 May I Take Your Order?--Forms 385
Introduction 386
Forms in Brief 386
Practice Exercise--Setting up a Radio Button and Text Field 389
Detailed Overview of Forms 397
Practice Exercise--Insert Jump Menu 412
Summary 418
Chapter 22 Application Chapter: Adding a Form 419
Application Exercise Objectives 420
Introduction 420
Application Exercise--Adding a Form 420
Summary 423
Chapter 23 Dreamweaver and Friends 425
Introduction 426
Dreamweaver and Fireworks 426
Create a Web Photo Album 429
Dreamweaver and Flash 429
Dreamweaver and Director 431
Dreamweaver and Authorware 433
Dreamweaver and CourseBuilder Extension 435
Dreamweaver UltraDev 436
Summary 437
Chapter 24 Application Chapter: Adding Splash 439
Application Exercise Objectives 440
Introduction 440
Application Exercise--Adding Splash 440
Summary 443
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