Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 Unleashed

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Sams Publishing, Oct 7, 2005 - Computers - 1032 pages
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Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 Unleashed is your complete reference guide to developing dynamic, data-driven web sites and applications with Dreamweaver 8. Based on the newest version of Dreamweaver, you will find comprehensive and up-to-date instruction on developing complex applications, as well as how to collect information from users, personalize their online experience, and use a variety of built-in site management tools to create the ultimate web site experience. With Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 Unleashed, you will learn how to fully exploit Dreamweaver 8 by working with frames and framesets, layers, incorporating multimedia and animation, and adding dynamic elements such as a shopping cart.


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Working with Templates
Working with Library Items
Incorporating Multimedia and Animation
Understanding DHTML and the Timeline
Dynamic Web Page Creation
Introduction to Web Applications
Working with ServerSide Technologies
A Database Primer

Dreamweaver Site Management
Static Web Page Development
Web Page Structuring Using Tables
Advanced Page Formatting Using Style Sheets
Styles Panel
Working with Frames and Framesets
Working with HTML Forms
Using Dreamweaver Behaviors
Layers in Dreamweaver
Team Collaboration and Task Automation
Building Dreamweaver Web Sites within Teams
Managing Website Content Using Contribute
Workflow Enhancement
Working with ServerSide Technologies
A SQL Primer
Building Dynamic Web Pages
Working with Dynamic Data
Adding and Modifying Data
ColdFusion or
Integrating Search Functionality
Adding Shopping Cart Functionality
Security and User Authentication
Web Services
Appendixes and Bonus Content on the Website
A Visual Authoring with XML

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About the author (2005)

Zak Ruvalcaba is the founder and president of Module Media, a media development and training firm in San Diego. He teaches and gives design lectures on various technologies and tools, including Dreamweaver, Flash, and ASP.NET, for the San Diego Community College District.

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