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Author Campbell, Marc.
Title Dreamweaver 8 : design and construction / Marc Campbell.
Imprint Sebastopol, CA : O'Reilly, 2006.

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Author Campbell, Marc.
Series O'Reilly digital studio
O'Reilly digital studio.
Subject Dreamweaver (Computer file)
Web sites -- Design.
Add Title Dreamweaver eight
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Author Campbell, Marc.
Series O'Reilly digital studio
O'Reilly digital studio.
Subject Dreamweaver (Computer file)
Web sites -- Design.
Add Title Dreamweaver eight
Description 1 online resource (xiv, 295 pages) : illustrations.
Note Includes index.
Print version record.
Summary You're a beginner who wants to design a state-of-the-art family web site. You've just started a new job, and you need to learn Dreamweaver fast. Or maybe you're a professional who's been using another program but is now switching to Macromedia's leading web design tool. Learning Dreamweaver 8 gets you up to speed, quickly and efficiently. Straightforwardly practical, with speed as the by-word, this hands-on guide focuses on the best practices for constructing both interactive and static web sites. While explaining core concepts clearly and thoroughly, so that beginners have a solid conceptur.
Note Copyright O'Reilly Media, Incorporated 2006
Contents Introduction; Web Design...as Architecture?; About This Book; Who This Book Is For; How This Book Is Organized; Conventions Used in This Book; We'd Like to Hear from You; Safari Enabled; Acknowledgments; Part 1: Planning Your Site; Chapter 1: Stocking Your Technological Toolbox; Choosing Software; Choosing a Code Editor; About HTML; About CSS; About JavaScript; Stocking Up on Web Browsers; Choosing an Image Editor; Choosing Multimedia Software; Comparing Static and Dynamic Sites; Meeting the Demands of Dynamic Sites; Respecting the Limits of Static Sites; Chapter 2: Staking Your Claim
Choosing a Web HostDeciphering Your Hosting-Plan Options; What's in a Name?; Reserving Your Domain; Comparing Top-Level Domains; What Happens Next?; Chapter 3: Organizing the Content; Defining the Scope; Stating the Goals; Identifying the Audience; Consulting the Cards; Creating Content Cards; Organizing Content into Categories; Compiling the Outline; Chapter 4: Sketching the Interface; What Makes a Good Design?; Organizing the Layout; Looking at Side-Nav Layouts; Looking at Top-Nav Layouts; Designing the Navigation; Tackling the Main Navigation; Using text hyperlinks; Using static images
Using rollover imagesUsing flash buttons; Adding Secondary Navigation; Dealing with Multiple Levels of Structure; Taking Measurements; Looking at Fixed-Width Layouts; Looking at Liquid Layouts; Filling in the Details; Choosing a Layout Strategy; Building with Tables; Building with Layers; Chapter 5: Preparing Images for the Web; Comparing Image File Types; About GIF; About JPEG; About PNG; Optimizing Images for the Web; Optimizing Resolution; Optimizing Image Size; Reducing the Number of Colors; Increasing Compression; Naming Images for the Web; Creating a Tracing Image
Chapter 6: Thinking About TextSorting Out Formats; About Headings; About Paragraphs; About Lists; Looking at Appearance Attributes; Considering Fonts; Considering Type Size; Considering Spacing; Looking at line spacing; Looking at word and character spacing; Looking at margins; Looking at padding; Considering Colors and Borders; Looking at text color; Looking at borders; Designing Text Hyperlinks; Looking at Link States; Getting Rid of the Underline; Adding Rollover Effects; Chapter 7: Setting Up Your Site; Defining the Site; Starting with the Basics; Filling in the Gaps
Backing Up Your DefinitionBuilding the Structure; Setting Up Preview Browsers; Setting Up Accessibility Attributes Dialogs; Part 2: Designing Your Site; Chapter 8: Opening a New Page; Using the New Document Dialog Box; A Document Window with a View; Setting Page Properties; Previewing the Page in the Browser; Chapter 9: Designing with Tables; Design View a la Mode; Creating the Layout; Drawing the Layout Table; Adding Layout Cells for the Rows; Adding Nested Tables; Adding Layout Cells for the Columns; Losing the Tracing Image; Labeling the Cells; Centering a Fixed-Width Layout
ISBN 9780596153328 (electronic bk.)
0596153325 (electronic bk.)
0596101635
9780596101633
ISBN/ISSN 0596101635
OCLC # 770009161
Additional Format Print version: Campbell, Marc. Dreamweaver 8. Sebastopol, CA : O'Reilly, 2006 0596101635 (DLC) 2006280367 (OCoLC)64273127



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