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Dreamweaver M X Magic
     

Dreamweaver M X Magic

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by Brad Halstead, Jason Cranf Teague, Daniel Short, Linda Rathgeber, Sean Nicholson
 

Brad Halstead started out in the computer industry as a sales rep for a local company and moved up quickly to senior technician, where he performed service contracts for companies such as IBM, PC Service Partners, Xerox and Olivetti for several years. In 1994, he became interested in web design and hasn't looked back since. Brad is very lucky and thankful

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Brad Halstead started out in the computer industry as a sales rep for a local company and moved up quickly to senior technician, where he performed service contracts for companies such as IBM, PC Service Partners, Xerox and Olivetti for several years. In 1994, he became interested in web design and hasn't looked back since. Brad is very lucky and thankful for the support of his partner Brenda and children (Amanda, Aaron and Megan) through his endeavors in this field.

Sean NicholsonSean R. Nicholson is the Network Administrator and Web Developer for the Career Services Center at the University of Missouri - Kansas City. He and his development teams architect, develop, and manage foundation and backend execution for programs such as the CareerExec Employment Database, UMKC Career Services Website, and UMKC's Virtual Career Fair. Sean also does private contract work and consulting on database and Web development with organizations and individuals. Sean's technical publications include InsideUltraDev 4, Discover Excel 97, and Teach Yourself Outlook 98 in 24 hours and he has written several legal articles ranging in topics from Canadian water rights to the protection of historic artifacts lost at sea.

During his free time, Sean be found traveling with his family, riding his motorcycle to biker events nationwide, or continuing development of his site, with the hopes of building one of the largest motorcycle-related sites on the Web.

Editorial Reviews

This book/CD-ROM package, presented in an 11x8.5" format, provides 13 real-world projects that demonstrate how to speed up the web design process, add functionality to web pages, and allow a web site to communicate with a database using Dreamweaver MX. Each project contains step-by-step instructions, succinct explanations, screen capture illustration steps, and customization information. Readers are assumed to be familiar with Dreamweaver or another web authoring application. Buraglia is editor or coauthor of several books on computer software and is active in the Dreamweaver community. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780735711792
Publisher:
Pearson Education
Publication date:
08/14/2002
Pages:
319
Product dimensions:
10.02(w) x 7.98(h) x 0.66(d)

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Dreamweaver M X Magic 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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DREAMWEAVER MX MAGIC AUTHOR: Sean Nicholson, Brad Halstead, et al. PUBLISHER: New Riders REVIEWED BY: Barbara Rhoades BOOK REVIEW: The very first thing you notice when you open the books is the clean page layouts and clearly written instructions. It is laid out in step-by-step, numbered format that makes it very easy to follow. As you work through the various exercises, you will notice blocks of text set in a partially framed green box. These contain various notes, warnings and tips. Dreamweaver MX Magic has plenty of exercises to work through and have graphical views of the work so you can¿t go wrong on what you are suppose to be learning. A CD comes with the book and contains the following information: all the project files, trial versions of Dreamweaver MX, Fireworks MX and Coldfusion Server MX, as well as extensions, plug-ins and a list of web links where you can get help and other information. Ever wished you could change one thing that is in every page of your web? Project 2 and 3 will help you work in a template and explain what it does to help you design better. Or how about a search engine on your site so your customers can find that certain item they are looking for without having to look through all the pages of the site? Project 8 will teach you how to do it. Then there are layers and database-drive username and password to learn in Project 12 and 13. Dreamweaver MX Magic will provide you with a solid basic understanding of a few of the special features in this new Dreamweaver/Fireworks program. If these are the programs you design in, be sure to get a copy of this book. It will be well worth the price of the book.