GoLive 5 for Dummies

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This is the perfect introduction to the latest release of GoLive, Adobe's powerful and popular Web editor and site development tool. As part of the new generation of Web editors, it has features that can transform the average Web site into a dynamic statement by the author. Like all powerful tools, though, it needs to be tamed and translated for the novice. GoLive 5 For Dummies provides both an invitation and explanation to the new generation of Web site development applications for the uninitiated. It will get ...
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Overview

This is the perfect introduction to the latest release of GoLive, Adobe's powerful and popular Web editor and site development tool. As part of the new generation of Web editors, it has features that can transform the average Web site into a dynamic statement by the author. Like all powerful tools, though, it needs to be tamed and translated for the novice. GoLive 5 For Dummies provides both an invitation and explanation to the new generation of Web site development applications for the uninitiated. It will get entrepreneurs, hobbyists and Web designers alike up to speed with the latest version, and will show them how to better communicate and dazzle over the Web.
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A quick, friendly, easy-reading jump start for anyone who needs to master Adobe GoLive 5. Master the GoLive interface, from objects palette to grid and site map. Take advantage of site templates and reusable stationeries, build effective (and cool-looking) navigation systems, work with GoLive's handy table and color tools, build forms, create effective style sheets, and much more -- including a full section on GoLive site management. Intelligent, welcoming, and practical -- highly recommended.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764506871
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/8/2000
  • Series: For Dummies Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 402
  • Product dimensions: 7.36 (w) x 9.24 (h) x 0.98 (d)

Meet the Author

William B. Sanders teaches in the Interactive Information Technology Program as a Human Affair at the University of Hartford and is a former developer for Apple Computer. He wrote Creating Learning-Centered Courses for the World Wide Web.
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Table of Contents

Introduction.

PART I: Ready, Set, GoLive 5!

Chapter 1: Going Places with GoLive 5.

Chapter 2: Just Do It — Creating Your First GoLive 5 Page.

Chapter 3: Worth a Second Look.

Chapter 4: More than One Way to Navigate a Web Site.

Chapter 5: The Contents of a Table.

Chapter 6: Looking Under the Hood: How HTML Runs Your Web Pages.

PART II: Looking Good — Designs That Delight.

Chapter 7: Color Me Web!

Chapter 8: How to Flaunt a Form: Buttons, Boxes, and Lists.

Chapter 9: The Right Frame of Mind.

Chapter 10: Cascading Style Sheets.

PART III: A Site for Sore Eyes: Caring, Feeding,.

and Organization of WebSites.

Chapter 11: The Site Window of Opportunity.

Chapter 12: Creating and Maintaining: The Art of Templates and Cleanup.

Chapter 13: Servers with a Smile — Moving Files to and from Servers.

PART IV: Swinging Pages: Tapping the Power within GoLive 5.

Chapter 14: Making Those Buttons Jump and Jive.

Chapter 15: World Wide Web Movies.

Chapter 16: Getting Dynamic with DHTML.

PART V: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 17: Ten Best Features of GoLive 5.

Chapter 18: Ten Best Design Tips.

Chapter 19: Ten Most Common Web Page Mistakes.

Index.

Book Registration Information.

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