Teach Yourself VISUALLY Adobe Dreamweaver CS6

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Learn to design and maintain content-rich websites the Visual way

With more than 90 percent market share, Dreamweaver is the preferred tool for professional website design and production. For those who learn best visually, this colorful, step-by-step guide is the perfect way to learn the program and start building websites with "wow". Numbered steps and full-color screen shots show you just how to navigate the program, format and style text, create web-based forms and pages, build data-driven sites, and maintain a fully functioning website. All the enhancements of the newest version are covered.

  • Dreamweaver allows you to create web pages without writing code; it is used by more than 90 percent of web designers
  • Using numbered steps and full-color screen shots, this visual guide shows you how to perform more than 150 essential tasks in the newest version of Dreamweaver
  • Covers applying style sheets, using dynamic HTML, adding style with images and multimedia, publishing and maintaining a website, using hyperlinks to navigate a site or to link to other sites on the Internet, and creating dynamic websites using databases
  • Shows how to maximize Dreamweaver CS6 when formatting and styling text, creating web-based forms and pages with frames, maintaining a site, and building database-driven sites
  • Perfect for beginners but also covers more advanced skills

Teach Yourself VISUALLY Dreamweaver CS6 gives visual learners the knowledge and confidence they need to start building effective, eye-popping websites.

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About the author

Janine C. Warner (Los Angeles, CA) is a best-selling author, speaker, journalist, and Internet consultant. Since 1996, she has written 12 books about the Internet and design, including Dreamweaver For Dummies (all editions) and Teach Yourself Visually Dreamweaver (all editions) She's also the host of the video Total Training For Dreamweaver 8. Janine created the Digital Family Album book series (published by Watson-Guptill) and runs the Web site www.DigitalFamily.com. Janine has appeared on numerous television and radio shows and her articles and columns have been printed in a variety of publications. Her expertise in multimedia, technology, and education have taken her on consulting assignments from Miami to Mexico and speaking engagements from New York to New Delhi.
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Publisher
John Wiley & Sons
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Published on
Jun 22, 2012
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Pages
336
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ISBN
9781118330494
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Language
English
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Genres
Computers / Software Development & Engineering / General
Computers / Web / Design
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