Adobe Dreamweaver CS3

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Thomson Course Technology, 2007 - Computers - 282 pages
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Benefits: * Provides a basic introduction to creating Web sites with Adobe Dreamweaver CS 3 including developing Web pages, using Cascading Style Sheets, working with images, links, and forms and more! * Features a new unit on adding media elements, including Flash objects. * Covers the new features of Macromedia's Dreamweaver CS3 software. * Presents lessons in a clean, easy-to-follow two-page spread layout that appeals to a wide variety of learning styles. * Large, full-color screenshots are designed to make sure students understand the design aspect of what they are doing.

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Sherry Bishop is an Instructor of Information Technology at North Arkansas College in Harrison, Arkansas. An expert in multimedia applications, she is the author of several books in the Design Professional, Revealed, and Illustrated series and a frequent presenter at conferences and workshops around the country. Sherry is the recipient of three endowed chairs in technology and was selected as the outstanding instructor at North Arkansas College in 2004.

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