Dreamweaver MX 2004 Savvy

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 20, 2006 - Computers - 670 pages
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Savvy - n. Practical know-how.

Dreamweaver MX 2004 Savvy is an incredibly in-depth and thorough guide to Macromedia's powerful web publishing software. This book includes detailed coverage of everything from migrating sites over from other applications to using Cascading Style Sheets to working with the five major server technologies to supporting e-commerce and blogs.

Hands-on tutorials reinforce the tricks, tips, and techniques presented. This book covers every aspect of using Dreamweaver, including:

  • Planning Your Site: using the Site Definition Wizard; using templates, assets, and libraries; setting up a remote server; serving and testing your site locally; customizing and extending Dreamweaver.
  • Designing Web Pages: using tables, layers, and style sheets; using image placeholders; taking advantage of Dreamweaver's latest CSS features; building a navigation interface; adding interactive behaviors.
  • Building Database-Backed Web Apps: assembling forms from front to back; choosing from and using ASP, ASP.NET, JSP, ColdFusion, and PHP/MySQL server technologies; managing dynamic content with ASP and a database.
  • Handing Over a Finished Project: validating and testing your site; going live; managing your site with Macromedia Contribute or tools you build yourself.

Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

 

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Contents

Introduction
PLANNING YOUR PROJECT AND SETTING UP DREAMWEAVER
1
BUILDING A WEB PAGE
85
ADDING INTERACTIVITY WITHIN DREAMWEAVER
255
DEVELOPING WEB APPLICATIONS
341
SITE ADMINISTRATION FROM START TO FINISH
511
APPENDICES
633
Index
649
Copyright

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Lucinda Dykes is a web developer in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She has been developing websites and writing code since 1994. She teaches Web-related classes at Santa Fe Community College, and has written extensively on XML, XML Schemas, XHTML, HTML, and Dreamweaver.

Christian Crumlish is a writer, consultant, and artist who has been designing web sites since 1994. He's a senior consultant with Groundswell and Enterpulse, developing web-enabled B2B applications for such clients as Visa and Sprint.

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