Dreamweaver MX (Inside Macromedia) / Edition 1

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Bring your PC- or MAC-based Web development skills to the next level! Extensively updated to assist users in optimizing the latest features and functions, Dreamweaverâ„¢ MX provides readers with ample opportunities to explore the "ins" and "outs" of creating the structures needed in real-world applications. Using a hands-on learning approach, the book begins by familiarizing readers with the Dreamweaver MX graphical user interface, as well as the basics of successful Web page development. Numerous practice exercises take the mystery out of professional Web design and production, easily guiding users through the process of learning how to work with text, graphics, templates, libraries, tables, and frames. Easy-to-understand, step-by-step instructions for working with the more advanced features of behaviors and forms, plus the use of other media, are also thoroughly addressed and documented in this indispensable how-to and reference manual.

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This beginner's guide to the Dreamweaver web authoring tool begins with a tour of the program's screen layouts and menu commands. The authors, who are computer instructors, then focus on the operation of specific functions, such as templates, links, tables, frames, behaviors, layers, and forms. The CD-ROM contains files for practice exercises on both PCs and Macs. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781401814359
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 8/29/2002
  • Edition description: BOOK & CD
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 496
  • Product dimensions: 7.34 (w) x 9.38 (h) x 1.09 (d)

Meet the Author

Scott has been managing the development of multimedia and web development projects for over 17 years, totaling thousands of hours of applications for Fortune 500 corporate clients. He has been teaching Authorware classes within an Authorized Macromedia Training Center for more than 10 years. Scott is the Instructional Architect and co-author for the OnWord Press - Inside Macromedia Series. The Series employs learning strategies that are centered on the concept of "learn-by-doing", offering practical "hands-on" exercises that are reflections of "real-world" applications.

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Table of Contents

Getting Started. The Internet Environment. The Dreamweaver MX Interface. Setting Up a Site. Creating an HTML Page - Starting with Text. Importing Graphics. Why Reinvent the Wheel? - Using Templates. Application Chapter: Creating the "Look and Feel" of the Web Site and Templates. Links. Working with Tables. Still Recreating? Using a Library. Application Chapter: Creating the Main Menu Page and Linking It to the Product Pages. Working with Tables. Still Recreating? Using a Library. Application Chapter: Creating the Main Menu Page and Linking It to the Product. Working with Frames. Application Chapter: Using Frames. Adding Functionality with Behaviors. Application Chapter: Adding a Behavior. Broaden Links with Anchors and Image Maps. Working with Layers. Creating Animation with Dreamweaver MX. Application Chapter: Working with Layers. May I Take Your Order? - Forms. Application Chapter: Adding a Form. Managing,Testing, and Publishing Your Site. Dynamic Pages.

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