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Overview

Hands-on exercises and applications provide students with a practical method to learning software skills as well as web design concepts. Exercises introduce basic skills then build to integrate Dreamweaver, Flash and Fireworks together. The full color illustrations visually support the concepts taught. The text is spiral bound for extra ease-of-use.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780135044995
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 3/15/2008
  • Edition description: Student
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 428
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Lesson 1: Get Started with

Dreamweaver

Exercise 1 [Dreamweaver]

About Adobe Dreamweaver CS3

Start Dreamweaver

Open a Web Page

Dreamweaver Workspace

Work with Panels and Panes

Close and Exit Dreamweaver

Exercise 2 [Dreamweaver]

Create a New Site

Create Web Pages

View Site Files

Web Design Guidelines

Exercise 3 [Dreamweaver]

About HTML and XHTML

HTML Document Structure

HTML Tags

Add Keywords to a Web Site

Enter Text on a Web Page

Use Paragraph and Heading Tags

Use Code and Design Views

Open a Different Web Site

END OF LESSON

PROJECTS

Exercise 4

Summary Exercise

Exercise 5

Application Exercise

Exercise 6

Curriculum Integration

Exercise 7

Critical Thinking

Lesson 2: Work with Web

Page Text and Links

Exercise 8 [Dreamweaver]

Insert Text from Office Documents

Modify Font Formats

Insert Special Characters

Check Spelling

Find and Replace Text

Save Edits

Exercise 9 [Dreamweaver]

Adjust Paragraph Alignment

Change Paragraph Indentation

Create Lists

Insert a Date

Use the History Panel

Exercise 10 [Dreamweaver]

About Dreamweaver’s HTML Code Features

Use the Code Inspector

Display Head Content

Use Code Hints and the Tag Chooser

Use the Tag Inspector

Insert Snippets

Use the Reference Panel

Clean Up XHTML Code

Find and Replace Code

Exercise 11 [Dreamweaver]

About Links

Create Text Links

Link to Named Anchor

Link to E-Mail Address

Other Ways to Link

Exercise 12 [Dreamweaver]

Preview a Site in a Browser

Preview a Site in Device Central

Work in the Files Panel

END OF LESSON

PROJECTS

Exercise 13

Summary Exercise

Exercise 14

Application Exercise

Exercise 15

Curriculum Integration

Exercise 16

Critical Thinking

Lesson 3: Work with Graphic

Elements and Templates

Exercise 17 [Dreamweaver]

Change the Page Background Color

Insert Horizontal Rules

Use Web-Safe and Custom Colors

Exercise 18 [Fireworks]

About Adobe Fireworks

About Bitmap and Vector Images

Start Fireworks and Create a New Document

Learn the Fireworks Window and Tools

Understand the Select Tools

Learn the Bitmap Tools

Understand Vector Tools

Change the View

Exercise 19 [Fireworks]

Learn about Bitmap Objects

Select the Drawing Colors

Draw with the Pencil Tool

Draw with the Brush Tool

Copy and Paste Bitmap Objects

Exercise 20 [Fireworks]

Adjust Brightness and Contrast

Apply Filters

Sharpen and Blur an Image

Use the Burn and Dodge Tools

Use the Rubber Stamp Tool

Use the Smudge Tool

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Exercise 21 [Fireworks]

Learn about Vector Objects

Draw Lines

Draw Rectangles

Draw Ellipses

Create Polygons

Scale Vector Objects

Draw Using the Vector Path Tool

Use the Pen Tool to Create Paths

Add, Change, and Delete Points

Apply a Stroke to a Vector Path

Add a Fill to a Path

Exercise 22 [Fireworks]

Create a Text Block

Add Text

Choose a Font

Set Text Size

Add Strokes to Text

Add Fills to Text

Make Text Follow a Path

Exercise 23 [Fireworks]

Add Layers

Place Objects on Layers

Hide and Display Layers

Create a Vector Mask

Create a Bitmap Mask

Convert an Object to a Mask

Add a Blend

Set Opacity

Set a Blending Mode

Exercise 24 [Dreamweaver]

About Adobe Bridge

Insert an Image on a Page in Dreamweaver

Modify Image Properties

Position an Image on a Page

Edit Graphics within Dreamweaver

Insert and Edit a Fireworks Image

Manage Graphic Files

Exercise 25 [Dreamweaver]

Insert a Background Picture

Create Image Maps

About Rollover Images

Use the Assets Panel

Exercise 26 [Dreamweaver]

About Templates

Create a New Template

Apply a Template

Edit a Template and Update Pages

Exercise 27 [Dreamweaver]

Use the Library

Use Design Notes

END OF LESSON

PROJECTS

Exercise 28

Summary Exercise

Exercise 29

Application Exercise

Exercise 30

Curriculum Integration

Exercise 31

Critical Thinking

Lesson 4: Work with Tables

and Forms

Exercise 32 [Dreamweaver]

About Tables

Create a Table

Insert Text and Images in Table Cells

Adjust Table Structure

Exercise 33 [Dreamweaver]

Modify Table Borders and Backgrounds

Import Table Data

Sort Table Data

Insert Table-Related Tags

Exercise 34 [Dreamweaver]

Use a Table for Page Layout

Work in Layout Mode

Format Layout Cells

Exercise 35 [Dreamweaver]

About Forms

Create a Form

About Validating a Form

Test a Form

About Dynamic Data

About Form Handling

END OF LESSON

PROJECTS

Exercise 36

Summary Exercise

Exercise 37

Application Exercise

Exercise 38

Curriculum Integration

Exercise 39

Critical Thinking

Lesson 5: Work with AP

Elements, Frames, and

Styles

Exercise 40 [Dreamweaver]

About AP Elements

Create AP Elements

Size and Position AP Elements

Use the AP Elements Panel

Name AP Elements

Add Content to AP Divs

Exercise 41 [Dreamweaver]

Manipulate AP Divs

Control AP Element Visibility

Advanced AP Element Properties

Convert AP Divs to Tables

Exercise 42 [Dreamweaver]

About Frames Pages

Create a Frameset

Work with Frames

Add Content to Frames

Add Frame Borders

Resize Frames

Set Frame Target for Links

Exercise 43 [Dreamweaver]

About Styles and Style Sheets

Use the Property Inspector to Create Internal

CSS Styles

Use the CSS Styles Panel to Create Internal

CSS Styles

Apply Internal CSS Styles

Edit Internal CSS Styles

Dreamweaver CSS Reference

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Exercise 44 [Dreamweaver]

Create an External Cascading Style Sheet

Dreamweaver CSS Layouts and Samples

About Inline Styles

Manage Styles

END OF LESSON

PROJECTS

Exercise 45

Summary Exercise

Exercise 46

Application Exercise

Exercise 47

Curriculum Integration

Exercise 48

Critical Thinking

Lesson 6: Create Dynamic

and Interactive Pages

Exercise 49 [Dreamweaver]

About the Spry Framework

About Spry Widgets

Insert Spry Validation Widgets

Create a Spry Menu Bar

Create a Spry Collapsible Panel

Create a Spry Accordion

Other Spry Elements

Exercise 50 [Flash]

About Adobe Flash

Start Flash and Create a New Document

Set Document Properties

Enter Content on the Stage

Change the Stage View

Exercise 51 [Flash]

Draw Basic Shapes in Flash

Select Objects

Position Objects on the Stage

Transform Objects

Arrange the Stack Order

Group and Ungroup Objects

Exercise 52 [Flash]

About Animation

About Frames and Keyframes

Work with Frames and Keyframes

View Frames with the Timeline

Preview an Animation

Exercise 53 [Flash]

About Layers

Work with Layers

Create Graphic Symbols

Add a Symbol Instance

Motion Tweening

Motion Tween Settings

Shape Tweening

Exercise 54 [Flash]

Test a Movie

Test Download Performance

Publish a Flash Application

Publish Settings

Preview a Published Application

Export Flash Content

Exercise 55 [Dreamweaver]

About Multimedia Files

Insert a Flash Movie

Modify and Play a Movie

Insert Flash Buttons and Flash Text

Other Multimedia Plugins

Exercise 56 [Fireworks]

About Buttons

Create Up and Down States

Create Over and Over While Down States

Edit Buttons

Add a URL to a Button

Exercise 57 [Fireworks]

About Slices

Draw Slices with the Slice Tool

Modify Slices

Add Rollovers to a Slice

Add a Disjoint Rollover

Remove a Rollover

END OF LESSON

PROJECTS

Exercise 58

Summary Exercise

Exercise 59

Application Exercise

Exercise 60

Curriculum Integration

Exercise 61

Critical Thinking Exercise

Lesson 7: Advanced

Graphics and Animation

Exercise 62 [Fireworks]

Choose an Output Palette

Select the Palette

Choose the Right Number of Colors

Use the Color Palette

Exercise 63 [Fireworks]

Compress GIF Files

Make Transparent GIFs

Use Interlacing GIFs

Exercise 64 [Fireworks]

Adjust JPEG Quality

Use Selective JPEG Compression

Adjust Detail Sharpness

Create Progressive JPEGs

Exercise 65 [Flash]

Create a Movie Clip Symbol

Create a Button Symbol

Exercise 66 [Flash]

About Actions

Use Script Assist

Assign an Action to a Frame, Movie Clip, or

Button

Exercise 67 [Flash]

Use the Movie Explorer

Use Timeline Effects

END OF LESSON

PROJECTS

Exercise 68

Summary Exercise

Exercise 69

Application Exercise

Exercise 70

Curriculum Integration

Exercise 71

Critical Thinking

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Lesson 8: Manage and

Publish a Web Site

Exercise 72 [Dreamweaver]

Use Browser Compatibility Check

Check and Modify Links

Exercise 73 [Dreamweaver]

Run Dreamweaver Reports

Validate Web Pages

Exercise 74 [Dreamweaver]

Publish a Web Site on a Server

Check Files In and Out

Copy Files from a Remote Server

END OF LESSON

PROJECTS

Exercise 75

Summary Exercise

Exercise 76

Application Exercise

Exercise 77

Curriculum Integration

Exercise 78

Critical Thinking

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