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Dreamweaver MX / Fireworks MX Savvy

Christian Crumlish, «Dreamweaver MX / Fireworks MX Savvy»
Sybex | ISBN 0782141110 | (June 15, 2002) | PDF | 11,8 Mb | 768 Pages




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"I must say that the Savvy series has impressed me mightily so far."


Book Description:

"This [Dreamweaver MX/Fireworks MX Savvy] is the second book in the new Savvy series from Sybex that I have reviewed, and I must say that the Savvy series has impressed me mightily so far."
–Computer Arts Magazine UK, October 2002, www.computerarts.co.uk

Savvy–n. Practical know-how.

Dreamweaver MX / Fireworks MX Savvy is a thorough, in-depth resource for every user of Macromedia's powerful web publishing tools. Heading up a team of experienced Web professionals, best-selling author Christian Crumlish teaches you everything from best-practices methodology to the nitty gritty of such common tasks as: migrating sites to Dreamweaver, optimizing images for Web use, creating dynamic content, building web applications, administering your site, and more.

Work your way through from Chapter 1 to Chapter 32, or jump right to the information you need most to improve your productivity and get professional results. Whether you're a Web designer or developer, a graphic designer or a project manager, this book will make you a Dreamweaver and Fireworks expert.

Coverage includes:
Planning Your Web Project: using the Site Definition Wizard; using templates, assets, and libraries; setting up a remote server; and customizing and extending Dreamweaver.

Creating and Optimizing Graphics: roundtrip graphics editing, working with bitmaps and vectors, creating navigation objects, batch-processing images, and optimizing images for faster page loading.

Designing Web Pages: using tables, layers, and style sheets; using image placeholders; taking advantage of Dreamweaver's new CSS 2.0 support; building a navigation interface; and adding interactive behaviors.

Building Database-Backed Web Apps: assembling forms from front to back; choosing from the ASP, ASP.NET, JSP, ColdFusion, and PHP/MySQL server models; working with dynamic data; and creating Web applications.

Handing Over a Finished Project: validating and testing your site, going live, and setting up backend administration functionality to manage a site over the long term.

Hands On tutorials let you apply your new knowledge to complex real-world projects, mastering the skills your own Web sites demand. A full-color section illustrates color-specific techniques.

See the author's website at www.dreamweaversavvy.com.

From the Author
Dreamweaver MX is the most popular program used to design and develop websites, for Windows and Mac. Fireworks is a web-graphics tool that integrates seamlessly with Dreamweaver.

Dreamweaver makes it easy to develop and manage web sites without sacrificing design sophistication, giving you a visual, graphical interface without hiding the underlying markup and code (HTML/XHTML, XML, CSS, and various scripting languages) and includes tools for testing accessibility and your sites’ appearance in numerous browsers. It also works for dynamic, data-driven web sites (supporting ASP, ASP.NET, JSP, PHP/MySQL, and ColdFusion server models).

Dreamweaver MX / Fireworks MX Savvy is an indispensable resource for web professionals, beginners, and people in between. We show you how to use Dreamweaver and Fireworks to enhance your productivity, maintain a consistent look-and-feel, and manage your web development projects. Organized logically into Parts (planning a site, developing your graphic assets, page development, navigation, dynamic web applications and databases, and going live and maintaining a live site), the book functions as both a sequential tutorial and a flexible reference.

The book comes with a CD featuring files helpful for completing tutorial projects as well as evaluation copies of the products in the Macromedia Studio MX suite (Dreamweaver, Flash, Fireworks, Freehand, and Coldfusion Server) and extensions developed by third-party users.


From the Back Cover:

"This [Dreamweaver MX/Fireworks MX Savvy] is the second book in the new Savvy series from Sybex that I have reviewed, and I must say that the Savvy series has impressed me mightily so far."
–Computer Arts Magazine UK, October 2002, http://www.computerarts.co.uk

Savvy–n. Practical know-how.

Dreamweaver MX / Fireworks MX Savvy is a thorough, in-depth resource for every user of Macromedia's powerful web publishing tools. Heading up a team of experienced Web professionals, best-selling author Christian Crumlish teaches you everything from best-practices methodology to the nitty gritty of such common tasks as: migrating sites to Dreamweaver, optimizing images for Web use, creating dynamic content, building web applications, administering your site, and more.

Work your way through from Chapter 1 to Chapter 32, or jump right to the information you need most to improve your productivity and get professional results. Whether you're a Web designer or developer, a graphic designer or a project manager, this book will make you a Dreamweaver and Fireworks expert.

Coverage includes:
Planning Your Web Project: using the Site Definition Wizard; using templates, assets, and libraries; setting up a remote server; and customizing and extending Dreamweaver.

Creating and Optimizing Graphics: roundtrip graphics editing, working with bitmaps and vectors, creating navigation objects, batch-processing images, and optimizing images for faster page loading.

Designing Web Pages: using tables, layers, and style sheets; using image placeholders; taking advantage of Dreamweaver's new CSS 2.0 support; building a navigation interface; and adding interactive behaviors.

Building Database-Backed Web Apps: assembling forms from front to back; choosing from the ASP, ASP.NET, JSP, ColdFusion, and PHP/MySQL server models; working with dynamic data; and creating Web applications.

Handing Over a Finished Project: validating and testing your site, going live, and setting up backend administration functionality to manage a site over the long term.

Hands On tutorials let you apply your new knowledge to complex real-world projects, mastering the skills your own Web sites demand. A full-color section illustrates color-specific techniques.

See the author's website at www.dreamweaversavvy.com.


About the Author:

Christian Crumlish is a writer, consultant, and artist who has been designing web sites since 1994. He’s currently a senior consultant with Groundswell and Enterpulse, developing web-enabled business-to-business applications for such Fortune 500 clients as Visa and Sprint. Rita Lewis works as a Dreamweaver and Fireworks trainer and is the webmaster of two non-profit web sites created with Dreamweaver and Fireworks. Between them, Christian and Rita have authored more than 35 computer books.