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(Serious) Fun with Web, Mobile, and Dreamweaver CS5.5
Aug 30, 2011
With the rapid spread of smartphones and tablets, responsive web design has become the order of the day. No problem, argues David Powers, author of Adobe Dreamweaver CS5.5 Studio Techniques: Designing and Developing for Mobile with jQuery, HTML5, and CSS3. Dreamweaver CS5.5 puts the necessary tools at your disposal, and formerly dreaded chores, like rounding corners on elements, or adding drop shadows and transparent backgrounds, have become a real pleasure.
Add A Google-Compatible Sitemap For Your WordPress Blog
May 25, 2007
Want to help Google index your WordPress-based Web site more efficiently and effectively? Sign up for Google’s Webmaster tools, install a plugin that creates a sitemap, and be sure to tell Google where to find it. In this article, WordPress 2: Visual QuickStart Guide author Maria Langer takes you through the steps you need to follow. It’s fast, it’s free, and it’s a lot easier than you might think.
Add Email Notification to Your Blog with FeedBurner
Feb 9, 2007
Some of us don't want to fool around with RSS just to keep up with blogs we like. FeedBurner offers a cool option to get email notices when a site is updated with new content. Maria Langer shows how to add this free feature to your blog.
Applying a Tracing Image and Adding Layers in Dreamweaver
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.
Blog Design: Show Some Restraint
Sep 20, 2002
Learn how setting blogging parameters for yourself in advance can help you create a bold, useful design. Also look at an artfully designed site that whispers to its readers from within the confines of a gracefully constructed simplicity.
Blog On and Blog Louder with iWeb
Jan 5, 2007
Robin Williams and John Tollett show just how easy it is to create, edit, and update your blog with iWeb.
Blog On! Blog Louder!
Nov 20, 2006
Blogging from Afar with Blogger
Oct 13, 2006
Elizabeth Castro shows you how to add posts to your blog from your email program, from your browser's toolbar, or from your telephone.
Blogging: Can It Be Useful for Your Business?
Mar 18, 2005
Blogging is here to stay, but did you know that blogging can be an important business tool? You can communicate with your customers and have them communicate with you in a real and meaningful way. You can build your awareness, influence the way people think about your company, and build better products by virtue of real two-way communication. And, yes, you can find out what your millions of potential customers are saying and then respond to them in an open and engaging way. Blogging expert Jeremy Wright shows you why you ignore this important tool at your peril.
Clickable Image Maps in Adobe GoLive
Mar 30, 2001
There are two steps to setting up client-side clickable image maps in Adobe GoLive 4. In this article, Peachpit Press author Shelly Brisbin describes how to set up the map and link the hots spots in your image map.
Editing and Formatting Text in Adobe InCopy CS2
May 12, 2006
Using text and paragraph styles in Adobe InCopy CS2 can save you a lot of work and prevent consistency errors in longer works. This chapter will introduce you to styles and show you how to use them to work more efficiently and accurately.
Frequently Asked Questions about GoLive 5
Jun 8, 2001
Shelly Brisbin answers the top five questions about Adobe GoLive 5.
Fundamental Concepts of Content Reuse
Oct 18, 2002
Content reuse is the practice of using existing content components to develop new "documents." Learn the benefits of reuse and how other industries have employed reuse for decades to improve their processes and the quality of their products.
Going Online with QuarkXPress
Mar 21, 2008
This excerpt from Real World QuarkXPress 7 shows you how to increase the value of your XPress documents by taking them from print to the Web.
How to Add WordPress Category Feed Links to Posts
Mar 23, 2007
When Maria Langer changed her blog's RSS feed from summary to full text, she worried that readers would stop subscribing to her feed because her blog covers so many wide-ranging topics. The solution? Push category-specific feeds. In this article, Maria shows you how to add category feed links to your blog posts using WordPress.
How to Create a Successful Digital Publishing Plan
Mar 26, 2012
Digital publishing is fast becoming a critical requirement for publishers. It’s no longer just a desirable capability; it’s a matter of survival. Ann Rockley and Charles Cooper explain that the crucial point for publishers today is to create a unified content strategy in order to prepare their content for multichannel delivery.
How to Create Content That Sucks (Users In)—And Makes Your Site More Findable
Apr 4, 2008
Aarron Walter explains how the good karma of sharing your ideas and keeping them open can bolster the findability of your site.
Layers and Positioning
Jun 8, 2001
DHTML is a collection of techniques to control movement on a page in space and time. In this article, Shelly Brisbin explains the use of Floating Boxes in Adobe GoLive to assist web designers in layering and positioning elements.
Make Easy Money with Google Starting with Content
Sep 30, 2005
Determine what your Web site's going to be about before you start building it to ensure you create compelling, AdSense-friendly content. Author Eric Giguere offers up tips on finding the topic for your site that's most likely to do well and make money in Google's popular AdSense program.
Making Text Scannable on a Web Page
Aug 23, 2002
For anyone designing or building a web page, spice up your text and learn how to capture your audience's attention by adding emphasis and meaning.

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