Macromedia Dreamweaver MX: Training from the Source, Volume 1

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Macromedia Press, 2003 - Computers - 549 pages
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Annotation Includes 23 hours of project-based tutorials and a free trial version of the software. Readers learn to effectively manage and maintain Web sites by recreating a sample Web site project in 18 self-paced lessons Extensive tutorials demonstrate both visual and code editing. CD-ROM contains all files needed and a trial version of the software. Macromedia Dreamweaver X: Training from the Source leads readers through a series of 18 lessons in which they learn how to create and maintain Web sites of their own. The book's step-by-step exercises use the "Lights of the Coast" project Web site to teach the reader how to use the latest version of Dreamweaver. By recreating the sample Web site through the lessons, readers will develop sites that are accessible to a wide audience and will learn to work in an environment that integrates both visual and code editing. The lessons provide 23 hours of tutorials designed to take you through Dreamweaver's powerful tools. By starting with the basics of creating a Web page while working with text, graphics and tables, the reader will develop skills and techniques needed to produce Web sites. Khristine Page works as the Senior Web Designer at Ideum, a company devoted to producing Web sites for museums, non-profits, and socially responsible companies. She is the Editor-In-Chief and Publisher of Crescent Magazine, and a Designer for NorthWind Studios. She also teaches at San Francisco State University's Multimedia Studies program. Previously, she worked as Multimedia Specialist at the San Francisco Exploratorium, a museum of science, art and human perception.

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Contents

table of contents
1
Changing the Font Color
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WORKING WITH GRAPHICS
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Copyright

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Khristine Page works as the Senior Web Designer at Ideum, a company devoted to producing Web sites for museums, non-profits, and socially responsible companies. She is the Editor-In-Chief and Publisher of Crescent Magazine, and a Designer for NorthWind Studios. She also teaches at San Francisco State University's Multimedia Studies program. Previously, she worked as Multimedia Specialist at the San Francisco Exploratorium, a museum of science, art and human perception.

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