Dreamweaver 3 for Windows and Macintosh

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Peachpit Press, 2000 - Computers - 524 pages
J. Tarin Towers' best-selling guide to Dreamweaver is now completely revised to cover the newest upgrade of this cross-platform visual tool for creating sophisticated Web sites. The Visual QuickStart Guide format lends itself to getting users up and running quickly by using loads of screen shots and step-by-step instructions. Dreamweaver 3's newly enhanced WYSIWYG features help users create flexible HTML while designing Web pages that can automatically update links and changes on the fly. Web designers who have spent countless hours updating HTML code by hand are converting to WYSIWYG programs like Dreamweaver to save time and automate their work. Without needing to know JavaScrip readers will learn to create rollovers and save time creating complex tables, frames, style sheets, simple animations, and image maps by following the step-by-step instructions and time-saving tips offered in the book.

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J. Tarin Towers has contributed as a writer and technical editor to more than a dozen books about computers and the Internet. As an editorial consultant, she has worked with such companies as Netscape Communications, Microsoft, Informix Software, and infoseek. She is also a published poet and essayist. Her Web site resides at www.tarin.com.

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