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Dreamweaver 8 is superb. Its printed documentation? Not so much. Which gives you an excuse to get a book that's better than anyone's "official" printed documentation.
Dreamweaver 8: The Missing Manual guides you gently and quickly through all the basics, then turns to enhancing your web page with CSS and other sophisticated page layout techniques. There's a full section on Dreamweaver's impressive interactivity, from forms and behaviors to Flash. There are detailed introductions to site management, testing, and publishing.
But this is a big book. So there's plenty of room for Dreamweaver 8's most powerful features, too. They're all covered in depth, from advanced server behaviors to XSLT. Throughout, David Sawyer McFarland annotates his step-by-step instructions with real, working insights. And roughly half the chapters contain live tutorials walking you through real development assignments. You won't just rely on this book: You'll look forward to doing so. Bill Camarda, from the November 2006 Read Only