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Add Tables
Jun 25, 2007
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Adding Text To Your Web Pages in Dreamweaver CS3
By Tom Negrino, Dori Smith
Jun 22, 2007
The main message of most Web sites is conveyed by the site's text, and a major part of your job in working with any site will be adding, modifying, and styling that text. Dreamweaver gives you the tools you need to effectively put text on your pages and get your message across. In this chapter, you'll learn how to get text onto your page and apply structure using headings and lists. You'll also learn how to use basic HTML text styles to change the look of your text.
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Adding Text To Your Pages
Jun 4, 2007
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Flash Video 101: Authoring Flash Video with Dreamweaver
By James Gonzalez
Sep 29, 2006
Importing video directly into Dreamweaver is ideal for situations in which you want to put video onto your site quickly and easily, with no interactive elements beyond simple video controls (play, stop, pause, skip ahead, and skip backward). James Gonzalez shows you how to quickly and easily add Flash video to a Web site using Dreamweaver, the world's leading HTML editor.
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How to Export a Site Design From Fireworks to Dreamweaver
By Jeffrey Bardzell, Shaowen Bardzell, Bob Flynn
Sep 8, 2006
After you create and finalize your site's design in Fireworks, you can turn your attention to moving the design from Fireworks to Dreamweaver. Moving the design is a two-step process that involves image optimization and file export. In this lesson, you'll learn techniques for optimizing graphics. In addition, you'll work with various export settings to prepare the Fireworks document for export. In the process, you'll become familiar with Fireworks' Optimize panel and the Export HTML setup process, mastering the techniques used to find the best optimization and export settings for your original design.
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Can Microsoft Expression Web Designer Touch Dreamweaver?
By Meryl K. Evans
Sep 1, 2006
Look out, Dreamweaver. Consider Microsoft Expression Web Designer as Dreamweaver's new rival. Meryl Evans tells you why you shouldn't look at this competition in the iPod vs. everybody way, but instead in the Dell vs. HP way.
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Create Text-Based Links in Dreamweaver 8
By Khristine Annwn Page
Aug 11, 2006
In this lesson, you’ll develop the initial framework of the site structure by developing placeholders for the pages in the Yoga Sangha project site. You’ll link these pages together using Dreamweaver’s visual site-mapping tools to create a working test site. Creating this kind of framework through pages and links in a bare but functional version of the site can help you test the navigation that you have developed. Testing the proposed site structure before creating the design will help you catch fundamental problems at the beginning of development, enabling you to address them more efficiently.
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Build a Dynamic App Step-by-Step in Dreamweaver 8
By Jeffrey Bardzell
Aug 4, 2006
By the end of this lesson, you’ll have an idea of how dynamic sites work, and what they are created to do; you’ll have Macromedia Dreamweaver configured to work with dynamic data; and you’ll have created your first page that uses dynamic content.
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Creating a Local Site in Macromedia Dreamweaver 8
By Donald Booth, Sue Hove
May 4, 2006
Macromedia Dreamweaver enables you to develop and deploy your Web sites according to development best practices. As with any programming paradigm, it is recommended that you develop files in an environment separate from which a user can access. This enables developers to make changes to a site without any downtime and allows full testing prior to deploying new files. This chapter will help you work on a web page in a local environment.
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Designing a Site from Scratch in Dreamweaver
By Geoff Blake
Apr 14, 2006
Site planning and file structure can get a little cranial, but it’s really important to know this stuff to build efficient, well-designed web sites. This chapter will help cure any web-induced migraine, so stay tuned.
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Preparing Your Dreamweaver Coding Environment
By Lucinda Dykes
Apr 7, 2006
In this chapter, you'll learn how to access and use the many options you have for working with code in Dreamweaver, and how to configure your coding environment to support your own style of working with code.
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Creating a Web Page in Dreamweaver 8: How to Add Images
By Nolan Hester
Mar 31, 2006
While text and headlines lend structure and meaning to Web pages, it's images that give your pages real impact. This chapter covers the basics of adding images to your web page with Dreamweaver 8.
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Building Your First Page in Macromedia Dreamweaver 8
By Tom Negrino, Dori Smith
Mar 24, 2006
After you've set up your local site, you can begin filling the site with pages. To do that, you'll need to create a page, give it a title, add some content to the page, and save it. To check your work, you should view the page in one or more Web browsers before you upload it to your Web server. Luckily, Dreamweaver makes it easy to view your work in different browsers. This chapter will help you get started building your website in Dreamweaver.
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How to Build Applications in Dreamweaver
By Joseph Lowery, Eric Ott
Jan 20, 2006
Whether you're totally new to Dreamweaver or just creating dynamic Web applications with the program, this chapter will help you find your bearings. The first part explores the Dreamweaver workspace with an emphasis on its application-building capabilities. The rest of the chapter deals specifically with the basics of Web application tools that are standard in Dreamweaver. Everything from applying server behaviors to working in Live Data view is described.
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Customize Dreamweaver Using Extensions
By Anne Sandstrom, Bob Berry
Jan 6, 2006
As a Web developer, you might want to write an extension for Dreamweaver to handle a commonly used, and therefore repetitive, task. Or, you might have a unique requirement that you can satisfy only by writing an extension for the specific situation. In both cases, Dreamweaver provides an extensive set of tools that you can use to add to or to customize its functionality. This sample chapter discusses a number of ways you can extend Dreamweaver to suit your Web development needs.
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What's New in Dreamweaver 8?
By Matthew David
Sep 30, 2005
After years of using Dreamweaver, Matthew David is excited by the latest version's new features for designers and developers. He covers his new favorites in this article.
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Set Up a Basic Web Page in Dreamweaver MX 2004
By J. Tarin Towers
Sep 23, 2005
Never built a Web page before? No problem. Author J. Tarin Towers walks you through creating a simple Web page in Dreamweaver MX 2004 that uses tables, links, images, and text. She also shows you how to adjust properties of a page, including the title and page background, as well as how to select and use colors in Dreamweaver.
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Developing ASP.NET Applications with Macromedia's Dreamweaver MX 2004
By Matthew David
Aug 26, 2005
Did you know that Dreamweaver allows you to build web applications that leverage J2EE, ColdFusion, and Microsoft .NET, among others? Matthew David introduces you to the exciting world of developing applications built on ASP.NET.
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Dreamweaver MX 2004 Design-O-Mite
By Joseph Lowery, Angela C. Buraglia
Apr 2, 2004
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Creating Toggle-O-Matic Menus in Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004
By Angela C. Buraglia
Mar 12, 2004
Angela Buraglia teaches you how to build your own CSS-friendly menu system using Dreamweaver Panel groups.

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