Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004: hands-on training

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lynda.com/books, 2003 - Computers - 690 pages
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With its powerful combination of visual layout tools, application development features, and code editing support, Dreamweaver MX 2004 is sure to become the constant companion of many Web developers. Here to get you hands-on with it fast is the definitive project-based training on the topic from one of the master teachers at Linda.com training. Using a combination of project-based lessons, guided exercises, and QuickTime tutorials, veteran author Garo Green walks you through all the Dreamweaver MX 04 basics: navigating the new interface, creating and managing Web sites, and linking among pages. You'll learn about frames and forms, cascading style sheets, and Fireworks and Flash integration, and gobble up Garo s suggestions about best layout and typography practices. You'll also find extensive coverage of all of Dreamweaver's newest features: dynamic cross-browser validation, improved CSS support, built-in graphics editing, and more. Throughout, Garo shows you not just how to do something but why you re doing it and the results of your actions.

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Contents

Background
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Interface
16
Site Control
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Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Garo Green is the vice president of operations for Lynda.com. He has worked extensively in the development of custom curriculum and courseware for software training, and has taught in both hardware and software applications. Daniel Short has been doing the web gig since the end of 1998 and co-owns a very successful web development company, Site-Drive, Inc (www.site-drive.com). He the Lead Developer for Cartweaver (www.cartweaver.com), driving the development of future versions of the product. Daniel is a coauthor of Dreamweaver MX 2004 Magic, a contributing author to Dreamweaver MX Magic, the Dreamweaver MX Bible and the Dreamweaver MX 2004 Bible.

Lynda Weinman has been teaching computer graphics since 1984. She has worked as a faculty member at Art Center College of Design, UCLA, American Film Institute (AFI), and San Francisco State Multimedia Studies Program. Lynda has written magazine articles for MacWorld, MacUser, MacWeek, Step-by-Step Graphics, and How magazines. She has been a speaker at many industry events, including MacWorld, Seybold, Photoshop World, Thunder Lizard Web and Photoshop conferences, DV Expo, LA DV Show, SIGGRAPH, and Comdex. She has worked as a consultant for Apple, Microsoft, Oracle, and many other corporations.

Lynda formed lynda.com, inc. in 1997 with her husband and illustrator Bruce Heavin. Lynda.com creates training materials for creative professionals in the form of books, CD-ROMs, online tutorials, classes, and events. Lynda.com is the co-founder of FlashForward, a conference for Macromedia Flash developers. Other events, such as After Effects West and the Traveling Road Show, have been produced exclusively by lynda.com. To learn more, check out http: //www.lynda.com!