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Ten Ton Dreamweaver


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  • Copyright 2006
  • Edition: 1st
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  • ISBN-10: 0-321-37412-6
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-321-37412-7

If you're thinking about creating or maintaining Web sites, you're likely to turn to Dreamweaver, the de facto software tool of choice for Web design today. What could be a chore, however, becomes a fun and fascinating challenge with this comprehensive yet clever guide. Author Geoff Blake turns a technical topic into an entertaining one by using conversational language, plenty of humor, facts, and tips to make Dreamweaver accessible to everyone. Behind all the jokes, however, is a wealth of information: After showing how Dreamweaver fits into the overall Web design puzzle, Geoff quickly gets down to building a basic Web site, by teaching good, 21st century work habits and providing step-by-step instructions for building pages from the very beginning with CSS styles and library items. With that knowledge under your belt, you’ll be ready to tackle the advanced functionality (including behaviors, multimedia, and templates).

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Designing a Site from Scratch

Designing a Site from Scratch in Dreamweaver

Table of Contents

Part I–Commence Countdown: Getting Started with Dreamweaver
Chapter 1: A Colossus Called Dreamweaver
Chapter 2: A Scenic Tour of the Interface
Chapter 3: Designing a Site from Scratch
Chapter 4: Setting Up Your Site

Part II–Fire Primary Ignition: Building Your Site Starts Right Now Chapter 5: Building the First Page
Chapter 6: Text: The Ins and Outs and All Arounds
Chapter 7: Cascading Style Sheets
Chapter 8: Lookin’ Good With Graphics
Chapter 9: Hooking Up With Hyperlinks
Chapter 10: Make Tables Your Business
Chapter 11: Going with Multimedia
Chapter 12: Frames
Chapter 13: Thank God, It’s CSS Layers!

Part III–Launch into Orbit with Interactive Content
Chapter 14: Interactivity with Behaviors and Timelines
Chapter 15: Build Forms Like a Pro
Chapter 16: Da Bomb: Dreamweaver Templates
Chapter 17: Managing and Maintaining a Site


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