Macromedia Dreamweaver 8: Training from the Source

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Prentice Hall Professional, 2006 - Computers - 590 pages
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Learn by doing! The lessons in this book guide you step-by-step through the creation of a project Web site, “Yoga Sangha.” With Macromedia's official guide, you'll learn how to use the leading, best-selling Web editor and gain a thorough understanding of how you can use Dreamweaver 8 to effectively manage and maintain Web sites, develop sites that are accessible to a wide audience, and work in an environment that integrates visual and code editing. As you complete the tasks, you'll develop the skills and techniques that you need to create Web sites on your own. In addition to the basics of creating a Web page that incorporates text, graphics and tables, you'll learn about all that's new in Dreamweaver 8: visual authoring with XML data, advanced CSS support including a unified CSS panel and a style rendering toolbar, integration with the latest Web technologies and standards, and more. The companion CD-ROM contains all of the lesson files as well as a free trial version of Dreamweaver 8.
 

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Contents

Dreamweaver 8 Basics
1
Adding Content to a Page
39
Creating Links
71
Developing Style Sheets
107
Working with Graphics
169
Creating Tables
207
Using Multimedia
255
Adding User Interactivity
277
Using Templates
427
Managing Your Site
459
Accessibility and Testing
497
Editing the Code
515
Using Find and Replace
549
Regular Expressions
569
Macintosh Shortcuts
571
Windows Shortcuts
575

Creating Layers
307
Creating Frames
351
Creating Forms
377

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About the author (2006)

Khristine Annwn Page is the author of the previous edition, Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004: Training from the Source from Macromedia Press. She's the Director of NorthWind Studios, a collective of artists and writers [www.northwindstudios.com], and the editor/publisher of Crescent Magazine. She has taught Dreamweaver and Web Design classes at San Francisco State University's Multimedia Studies program and given training in Dreamweaver for the Reuters Digital Vision Fellowship program at Stanford University. She has worked as a Multimedia Specialist at the San Francisco Exploratorium and as a Senior Web Designer at Ideum, a company devoted to producing Web sites for museums, non-profits, and socially responsible companies. Khristine holds a BFA with a Senior Award for Excellence from Rhode Island School of Design [www.risd.edu]. She has received awards from Adobe and her artwork has been shown in galleries in Providence, RI, New York City, and Palo Alto, CA.

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