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Macromedia Flash MX Integration with Dreamweaver
By Matthew David
Jul 19, 2002
Macromedia is providing the tools to integrate Flash multimedia within Dreamweaver websites. Matthew David discusses the single program that combines those two worlds together as a seamless whole.
Dreamweaver: Creating Visitor Accounts Through Username Validation
By Sean Nicholson
May 17, 2002
Learn how to enable visitors to create individual accounts, protect pages from unauthenticated visitors, and test your new pages.
Creating CSS Link Styles in Dreamweaver
By Al Sparber
Oct 19, 2001
Are you bored with the ordinary links seen everywhere? Want to make the links on your site unique? With Dreamweaver and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) you can. Author Al Sparber shows you how to override a browser's default link styles in some very creative ...
The First Step in Connecting Your Database to the Web
By Sean Nicholson
Sep 14, 2001
Before you can build pages that are database driven, you must first establish a connection between your Web server and your database. This article shows you the step-by-step process of setting up a data source name for your database.
Working with Objects in Dreamweaver
By Laura Gutman
Aug 20, 2001
Laura Gutman, contributing author of Inside Dreamweaver 4, shows you the first steps to extending Dreamweaver by teaching you how to create a basic object from scratch.
Working with Behaviors in Dreamweaver
By Laura Gutman
Aug 20, 2001
Laura Gutman, contributing author of Inside Dreamweaver 4, shows you how to build your own behaviors from scratch.
Creating Flash Objects in Dreamweaver
By J. Tarin Towers
Jun 1, 2001
from Dreamweaver 4 for Windows & Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide, by J. Tarin Towers
Applying a Tracing Image and Adding Layers in Dreamweaver
By Garo Green, Lynda Weinman
Mar 30, 2001
Dreamweaver allows web designers to move blocks of text and images on screen - something that HTML doesn't allow. These exercises by Lynda Weinman and Garo Green cover Dreamweaver's key features that will position elements anywhere on your Web page.

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