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Dreamweaver Virtual Classroom

Dreamweaver Virtual Classroom

Mixed media product Virtual Classroom

By (author) Robert Fuller, By (author) Laurie Ulrich-Fuller

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  • Publisher: Osborne/McGraw-Hill
  • Format: Mixed media product | 300 pages
  • Dimensions: 201mm x 251mm x 23mm | 1,089g
  • Publication date: 1 May 2001
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 007213108X
  • ISBN 13: 9780072131086

Product description

Publishing Rationale - Dreamweaver is Macromedia's leading professional Web authoring tool. Designed for rapid Web development, it allows teams to work together efficiently; is customizable with HTML, XML and JavaScript; and works with a variety of other Web design and development tools - The popularity of Dreamweaver 3 has propelled a number of titles to the best-seller lists - The next version, Dreamweaver X, is slated to release toward the end of 2000, which fits well with the planned launch of the Virtual Classroom series

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Robert Fuller (Brooklyn, NY) is a professional Web designer, consultant, and trainer. He works with businesses, non-profit organizations, and individuals, helping them to define and develop their presence on the Web. Robert has written several training manuals on HTML, Web Design, and various desktop applications, and was a contributing author ton Que's Special Edition Using PowerPoint 2000. Laurie Ann Ulrich (Philadelphia, PA) entered the computer training industry as a training manager, running corporate training centers for two of the East Coast's largest computer resellers. In 1992, she started her own company, Limehat & Company, Inc., a training and consulting business. Her firm offers training to users of all levels, helping them to use computers and the Internet for business and personal use. Since 1998, her firm has offered Web site design and hosting services to small businesses and non-profit organizations, and is devoted to supporting clients in their use of the web to market and grow their organizations. She is the author or co-author of several computer books.

Table of contents

Dreamweaver X virtual classroom Chapter 1: To Code or Not to Code - HTML and the Wonders of WYSIWYG Chapter 2: The Dreamweaver Interface Chapter 3: First Things First - Managing Sites & Documents Chapter 4: Its All Connected - Navigation & Linking Chapter 5: In a Word - Working with Text Chapter 6: Worth a Thousand Words? - Using Images Chapter 7: Working with Tables Chapter 8: Working with Layers Chapter 9: Using Frames Chapter 10: Controlling Effects with Behaviors Chapter 11: Using Templates & Libraries Chapter 12: Building User Forms Chapter 13: Working with Multimedia Elements Chapter 14: Beyond the Basics Appendix A: Macromedia Fireworks