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This book is primarily intended to assist growing professionals in gaining a fantastic working knowledge of Dreamweaver and the issues in design and markup that are affecting the changing way in which they work. This book addresses issues in Web design and development from an extremely contemporary standpoint. While the information contained within is suitable for beginners, the real emphasis is to assist the intermediate designer interested in learning how to work with Dreamweaver to achieve best practices ...
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Overview

This book is primarily intended to assist growing professionals in gaining a fantastic working knowledge of Dreamweaver and the issues in design and markup that are affecting the changing way in which they work. This book addresses issues in Web design and development from an extremely contemporary standpoint. While the information contained within is suitable for beginners, the real emphasis is to assist the intermediate designer interested in learning how to work with Dreamweaver to achieve best practices within the design and development industry. The book provides plenty of tips and real-world advice from people working in the trenches, and lays a solid groundwork so that readers have a firm grasp of the basics before moving to more advanced functionality.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789727077
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 12/31/2002
  • Series: Special Edition Using Series
  • Pages: 685
  • Product dimensions: 7.42 (w) x 9.07 (h) x 1.44 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
I Designing Sites with Dreamweaver
1 Defining Your Site 9
2 Setting Page Properties with HTML 27
3 Formatting Text with HTML 45
4 Adding Images 63
5 Adding Links 77
6 Designing Forms 97
7 Working with Tables and Frames 121
8 Adding Some Flash 141
9 Publishing Your Site 153
II Working More Efficiently in Dreamweaver
10 The Workspace: Windows, Toolbars, and Panels 169
11 Managing Assets 197
12 Working with Templates 207
13 Building a Library 225
III Writing and Editing HTML, XHTML, and CSS
14 Working with HTML and XHTML 237
15 Designing with Style 265
16 Using Cascading Style Sheets in Dreamweaver 285
IV Professional Page Design
17 Design Essentials, Site Architecture, and Usability 303
18 Designing with Table-Based Layouts 321
19 Working with Frame-Based Layouts 351
20 Advanced Layout with CSS Layers 369
21 Designing with Alternative Devices 385
V Designing for Interactivity
22 Working with JavaScript and Behaviors 415
23 Rollovers and Navigation Bars 431
24 Draw Layers and Animation 445
VI Adding Multimedia
25 Working with Plug-ins and Java Applets 475
26 Inserting Audio and Video 485
27 Working with Flash and Shockwave 497
VII Managing Your Site
28 Validation, Cross-Browser Compatibility, and Accessibility Testing 517
29 Working with Others 535
30 Learning About Your Site 543
VIII Expanding Dreamweaver and Using Third-Party Software
31 Downloading and Installing Extensions, Behaviors, and Plug-ins 555
32 Working with Web Graphics 569
33 Content Management Using Macromedia Contribute 589
IX Appendixes
A Setting Preferences 617
B: What's on the CD-ROM? 641
Index 643
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