Real World Adobe GoLive 4

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Adobe GoLive 4 is a full-featured, visual Web page editor, which combines powerful site management with support for Cascading Style Sheets, JavaScript, DHTML, QuickTime movie editing, embedded Flash, PDF, and FTP client, and a host of other advanced features. New in version 4, GoLive includes tighter integration of XML and Microsoft Active Server Pages, new table-editing features, and the capability of editing QuickTime movies directly within GoLive.

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Overview

Adobe GoLive 4 is a full-featured, visual Web page editor, which combines powerful site management with support for Cascading Style Sheets, JavaScript, DHTML, QuickTime movie editing, embedded Flash, PDF, and FTP client, and a host of other advanced features. New in version 4, GoLive includes tighter integration of XML and Microsoft Active Server Pages, new table-editing features, and the capability of editing QuickTime movies directly within GoLive.

Real World Adobe GoLive 4 offers under-the-hood production techniques from two experts in Web design. This in-depth guide to creating Web sites begins with a thorough description of the GoLive interface, explaining the dialogs, palettes, and tools to make them accessible to the beginner. All the methods of using GoLive for page creation, editing, and site management are provided, as well as techniques in getting the most out of the more complex features of the application, such as using the scripting languages, DHTML Actions, or adding CyberObjects to a page.
Cross-platform guide to real world Web design issues
Well-illustrated tips and tricks for beginning to advanced users of Adobe GoLive
In-depth coverage of all the new features of GoLive 4

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Editorial Reviews

Jay Nelson
Real World Adobe GoLive 4, by Jeff Carlson and Glenn Fleishman, is probably the best book that could ever be written about Adobe GoLive (formerly CyberStudio). Aside from covering everything you could reasonably want to know about how to use GoLive, it's also a pleasure to read. The authors obviously enjoy the creative process as much as they enjoy using GoLive. If you use GoLive on a professional basis, you owe it to yourself to read this book-you'll feel at peace again.
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An in-depth guide for novice to advanced users, with sections on basics, pages, sites, and advanced topics such as newer and browser- dependent features. Readers will learn how to write JavaScripts, discover settings that optimize their work, and add new life to old sites with advanced GoLive import techniques. Appendices offer information on Macintosh-specific issues. The author runs a web design company. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780201354744
  • Publisher: Peachpit Press
  • Publication date: 11/3/1999
  • Series: Real World Series
  • Pages: 760
  • Product dimensions: 7.15 (w) x 8.91 (h) x 1.43 (d)

Table of Contents

I. GOLIVE BASICS.

1. Getting Started.
Installing GoLive. Opening GoLive. Getting Started: Step by Step. Creating a New Page. Inserting Elements. Creating a New Site. Big Picture Workout.

2. The Inspector.
Inspector Basics. Document Layout Inspectors. Layout View Controller. Page Inspector. Text Inspector. Image Inspector. Table Inspector. Line Inspector. Line Break Inspector. Comment Inspector. Spacer Inspector. Layout Grids. Marquee Inspector. Anchor Inspector. Tag and Endtag Inspectors. Floating Box Inspector. Body Script and JavaScript Inspectors. Head Inspectors. Meta Tags. Link Inspector. IsIndex Inspector. Base Inspector. Tag and End Tag Inspectors. Comment Inspector. Headscript Inspector. Frame Inspectors. Frame Set Inspector. Frame Inspector.

3. Palettes and Parts.
The Palette. The Basic Tab. The Forms Tab. The Head Tab. The Frames Tab. Site Tab. Site Extras Tab. CyberObjects Tab. QuickTime Tab. Custom Tab. The Color Palette. Color Palette Basics. The Toolbar. Toolbar Basics. Text Toolbar. Layout Grid Toolbar. Outline Editor Toolbar. Site Toolbar. Web Database Toolbar. Style Sheet Toolbar. Advanced Feature Editors and Windows. JavaScript Editor. Timeline Editor. Track Editor. Style Sheet Editor. Putting Pieces Together.

4. Preferences and Customizing.
Preferences Basics. General Preferences. Image. Display. Cache (Mac). URL Handling. File Mapping. GoLive Modules. Languages and Fonts. Fonts.Encodings. ColorSync (Mac Only). LiveObjects. Site. Export. Folder Names. Page Status. Site View. Previewing in Web Browsers. Document Editing. Find. Spell Checking. Plug-ins. Network. FTP Servers. Up-/Download (Mac Only). Code Appearance. Source. JavaScript. Site Settings. Web Database. Global Tab. CSS Tab. Preferential Treatment.

5. Layout, Source, and Preview.
Document Window Basics. Layout Editor. Layout Editor Advanced Features. Frame Editor. HTML Source Editor. HTML Outline Editor. Layout Preview and Frame Preview. Turn the Page.

II. PAGES.

6. Page Overview.
Page Structure. Head Section. Body Section. Base. Meta. Plain Meta Tag. Refresh. Keywords. Link. Head and Shoulders.

7. Text and Fonts.
Tip: More on Text in GoLive. Entering Text. Paragraphs and Line Breaks. Navigating Text. Navigating with the Mouse. Navigating with the Keyboard. Formatting Text. A Brief History of Formatted HTML Text. Text Styles. Text Structure. Paragraph Formatting. Text Alignment. Text Size. Lists and Indents. Text Color. Using Fonts. Specifying Fonts. Editing Fontsets. You Look Simply Fontastic.

8. Images.
Image Formats. Inserting Images. Drag-and-Drop Importing. Image Attributes. Lowsource Images. Resizing Images. Aligning Images. Linking Images. Imagemaps. ColorSync (Macintosh Only). Imagine Great Images.

9. Color.
Tip: The Slightly Misleading ColorSync Name. Color on the Web. Color Between Platforms. Applying Colors. Applying Colors in Other Editors. Selecting Colors. The Art of Color.

10. Tables.
Creating a Table. Building a New Table. The Fine Art of Table Selection. Selecting the Contents of a Cell. Selecting an Entire Table. Selecting a Cell. Selecting Multiple Cells. Selecting a Row or Column. Nesting Tables. Editing Tables. Resizing Cells and Tables. Adding and Deleting Cell Rows and Columns. Cell Spanning. Adding Color to Tables. Importing Table Content. Applying Formatting to Multiple Cells. Tables as Structure. Fixed versus Percentage Measurements. Building Forms Using Tables. Converting Tables to Layout Grids.

11. Frames.
Frames versus Framesets. Creating Frames. Building and Populating a Frameset. Editing Frames. Moving and Resizing Frames. Frame Borders. Naming and Targeting Frames. Are You Game for Frames?

12. Layout Grids and Floating Boxes.
Tip: You Can Never Go Home (Page) Again. Layout Grids. Handling the Grid. Grid Objects. Floating Boxes. Floating Box Inspector. Floating Box Controller. You Control the Horizontal.

13. Forms.
Parts of a Form. Form Container. Input Elements. HTML 4.0 Features. Focus and Field Modifiers. New Buttons. Better Labeling and Grouping. CGI and Forms. Form a Line.

14. Page Specials.
Find. Replace. Spellchecking. Checking. Skipping. Document Statistics. Web Download. File Mapping. Open Files. Now That We're on the Same Page.

III. SITES.

15. Site Management.
Setting Up a Site. Making a New Site. Importing a Site. Site Folders. Site Window. References and Files. Site Map. HTML Attributes. Site Preferences. Site. Other Site Preference Tabs. Site Menu, Palette, and Toolbar. Set Your Sights.

16. Files, Folders, and Links.
Files Inside GoLive. Working with Files in a Site. Root Location. File Information. Adding Files to the Site. Moving Files. Creating Links. Modifying and Examining Links. Tuning Up. External Links. Link Objects. Managing Links. Checking Links. Extras. Errors. Trash. Managing Media Links.

17. Sitewide Sets.
Creating and Editing. Creating. Extracting. Viewing. Editing. Applying. Removing Unused. Making Sitewide Changes. Sitewide Find and Replace. Color Me Fontsettable.

18. Staging and Synchronizing Sites.
Tip: FTP Server at Your Service. How FTP Works. GoLive's FTP Clients. Setting Up a Connection. Connecting to the Server. File Handling. FTP Inspectors. Synchronizing. Getting Set to Synchronize. Uploading. Downloading. Troubleshooting. Connection. File List. Can't Access Directory or Upload. Locked and (Up)loaded.

19. Site Maps.
Tip: Site Tab Not Site Window. Viewing versus Building. Viewing and Organizing. Moving around. Examining Links. Editing and Accessing Items. Customizing the Site Map. Printing. Prototyping and Modifying. Adding Links. Adding Pages. Working with Pending Links and New Files. The Big Picture.

20. Importing a Site.
Importing. Cleaning. Attributes Without Quotations. Fully Qualified HTTP References. Subsite Paths. PageMill Remnant. No Background Color or Image. Improving. Replacing Imagemaps. Turning Repeated Elements into Components. Renaming Files and Reorganizing Structures. Brave New World.

21. Site Specials.
Tip: Find & Replace Not Reversible. Sitewide Find and Replace. Setting Up Find & Replace. Using Site-Wide Find & Replace. Find Files in Site. Export Site. Clear Site. Templates. Stationery. Components. URL Mappings. Setting Up URL Mapping. A Very Special Site.

IV. ADVANCED.

22. Advanced Features.
Other Advanced Features. Regular Expression Find and Replace. Find. Replace. Practical Example. Modules. Macros. Ever Advancing.

23. JavaScript.
Browser Support. Using JavaScript in GoLive. Why Not Actions? Adding JavaScript. Inserting a Script. Choosing a Browser and Language Version. JavaScript Events and the Events Tab. JavaScript Objects and the Objects Tab. Example: The Button Rollover. Example: Simple Form Validation. The Future of JavaScript.

24. Animation.
The DHTML Promise. Floating Boxes and Timetracks. Creating Animations. Throwing Some Curves. Animating Multiple Elements. Animation Scenes. Triggering an Action within an Animation. The Hard Truth.

25. Actions.
Tip: Actions and Browser Compatibility. CyberObjects. Internal Objects. Page Actions. Standard Actions. Triggering Actions. Page Event Handlers. Text and Image Link Event Handlers. Action Track Event Handlers. Unsupported Actions. Configuring Actions. Getters. Image Actions. Link Actions. Message Actions. Multimedia Actions. Others. Specials. Variables. Combining Actions. Rotating Banner Ads. Open a Remote Control Subwindow. Shifting Scripts to an External Library File. Building Action-Packed Web Sites.

26. Cascading Style Sheets.
Tip: CSS1 and CSS2. Style Sheets Backgrounder. Ancient Times. HTML and Style Sheets. Previewing Style Sheets. Targeting Browsers. Previewing in GoLive. Previewing in Real Browsers. Designing Style Sheets. GoLive Tools. Style Sheet Selectors. Style Sheet Specifications. Units. Cascading. Applying Style Sheets. Applying Classes. Applying IDs. Advanced CSS. Complex Selectors. Psuedo-Selectors. Browser-Specific Features. Designing with Style.

27. Web Database.
The Web Database Doesn't. Previewing Output. Global Tab. HTML Formatting. Style Settings. HTML Tab. Examining Tags. Adding HTML Tags. Changing GoLive HTML Defaults. Characters Tab. Adding Characters. CSS Tab. Browser Preview Settings. CSS Settings. Other Tabs. Give It a Try.

28. Plug-ins and Media.
Netscape-Style Plug-ins. Adding Plug-in Objects. Plug-in Inspector. Userdef Inspector (Mac Only). Java Applets and Activex. Java Applet Specifics. Activex Specifics. XML. XML in GoLive. QuickTime Editing. QuickTime Inspector. Track Editor and Inspectors. ASP Support. WebObjects. Plug In, Log Out, and GoLive! Mac OS 8.5 Special.

Appendixes and Index.
Macintosh Issues & Extras. File Features. Finder Label. Type and Creator.

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