Creating a Web Site in Dreamweaver CS4 Visual QuickProject Guide

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2008-12-17
  • Publisher: Peachpit Press
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This smart, streamlined guide makes quick work of designing that first Web site with Adobe Dreamweaver CS4  Low price and tight focus make this compact guide the perfect entry point to Dreamweaver CS4  Dreamweaver is the tool of choice for anyone designing a Web site, and this book gets people up and running without getting bogged down in the details  Best-selling author Nolan Hester shows readers how to use the new features in Dreamweaver CS4 to create effective and attractive Web sites. Dreamweaver has been the tool of choice for professional Web site designers for years. And since it became part of the Adobe Creative Suite, even more users, including beginning Web designers, have turned to it to start creating Web sites. This book is for those beginners--all the people who are itching to design their very first Web site but don't want to learn every last Dreamweaver feature to do so. This full-color guide offers them the quickest way to create a well-designed, user-friendly Web site! Each short chapter uses big, bold screen shots and step-by-step instructions to illuminate one aspect of this process. By the end of the book, users will create a simple Web site, fill it with text, graphics and tables, use style sheets, create image maps, add navigation and links, and test and publish the final product. Timely tips and sidebars detailing good design practices round out the book. Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 is available in several Adobe Creative Suite CS4 packages or it can be purchased separately. For customers who already own Dreamweaver CS3, Dreamweaver 8, or Dreamweaver MX 2004, there is special upgrade pricing.

Author Biography

Nolan Hester has written more than a dozen books for Peachpit Press, including the best-selling previous editions of this book. Along with Retouching Photos in Photoshop Elements: Visual QuickProject Guide, he’s written Visual QuickStart Guides on Adobe Lightroom, Microsoft Expression Web, Adobe Photoshop Album, and Microsoft FrontPage.

Table of Contents

1. Welcome to Dreamweaver 2. Create a Basic Web Site 3. Add Images 4. Add Tables 5. Create Links 6. Use Style Sheets 7. Add Interactivity 8. Reuse Items to Save Time 9. Publish Site Index

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