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In the quest to do great work on time and on budget, the same Dreamweaver challenges seem to keep tripping up developers. The authors of Dreamweaver MX Magic have identified a dozen of these challenges, and offered systematic solutions in the context of real-world projects. When tips, tricks, and step-by-step recipes are what you need, this book delivers them. When you need thoughtful background, that’s here, too.
What kind of problems does this book solve? For one, establishing an efficient workflow that incorporates both Dreamweaver MX and Macromedia Fireworks MX -- and more broadly, managing your projects as efficiently as possible. The authors’ approaches will save you tons of time in prototyping, development, even maintenance.
Need to password-protect part of your site, using a subscriber database? Get the benefits of templates without losing the flexibility you need? Add “crumb trails” to your site, to help all your Hansels and Gretels navigate their way back out of the forest? Build sites that are accessible to the physically challenged? Implement cascading style sheets quickly and efficiently? Next time someone says, “wouldn’t it be great if we had feature ‘X’,” look here first. Bill Camarda
Bill Camarda is a consultant, writer, and web/multimedia content developer. His 15 books include Special Edition Using Word 2000 and Upgrading & Fixing Networks For Dummies®, Second Edition.