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eBook Short Order Macromedia Dreamweaver 3 ePub

by Steven Moniz

  • ISBN: 0789721503
  • Category: Web Development and Design
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Steven Moniz
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hayden Books (April 12, 2000)
  • Pages: 300
  • ePub book: 1338 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1231 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 603

Description

Steven Moniz has been on the cutting edge of digital publishing technology since its inception in the early 1980s.

The step-by-step progression of the complete Web site creation process is presented in a uick format(exactly what the busy professional needs. Steven Moniz has been on the cutting edge of digital publishing technology since its inception in the early 1980s. Principal of SCM Training and Consulting in Boston, he teaches and lectures on topics from Macintosh basics to advanced Photoshop to Web design, including popular classes on Dreamweaver.

Dreamweaver (Computer file), Web sites - Authoring programs.

I found this book in a bargain bin and figured what the heck, and I have yet to need another book on the program. Concise, clear, and geared toward the intermediate user. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago. This is the 3rd book I've read on Dreamweaver, and so far the best. However, it's not for beginners!

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Published 2000 by Hayden Books in Indianapolis, Ind Other Titles. Macromedia Dreamweaver 3, Dreamweaver 3. Classifications.

Published 2000 by Hayden Books in Indianapolis, Ind. Authoring programs, Web sites, Web publishing, In library, Dreamweaver (Computer file).

Steven Moniz has been on the cutting edge of digital publishing technology since its inception in the early 1980s. Examples based on real-life projects cover all phases of site development and management.

A handy tutorial for the latest version of Macromedia Dreamweaver provides helpful information and instruction in site management, Roundtrip HTML, hypertext links and URLs, cascading stylesheets, plugins, graphic images, frames and forms, and the newest features of Dreamweaver 2.0. Original. (Intermediate/Advanced)

Comments

Nawenadet Nawenadet
This is the 3rd book I've read on Dreamweaver, and so far the best. However, it's *not* for beginners! No tutorials that walk you through lessons are to be found here. It's more of a reference book, but I read it straight through and highlighted the useful tidbits.
Don't purchase this book without a good basic working knowledge of HTML and some experience of Dreamweaver, even if it's only with the demo version. Otherwise, much of this stuff will go over your head (hey, some of it even went over *my* head!)
I think this book will come off my shelf again when I've got a better handle on Dreamweaver, and I'll gloss through it again to reinforce what I picked up the first time... and fill in the missing bits that I didn't.
Oh, and there are some really insightful "Tips" and "Notes" on each page, a few of which addressed the exact problem I was having! I was quite pleased to see the author mention what I considered to be an obscure point that only related to my own situation. Almost felt like he was there beside me!
Only drawbacks: there are no tutorials, no CD-ROM, and because of it's brevity (279 pgs) it doesn't cover everything you need to know, but that's a minor point I suppose. The book doesn't set out to tell you everything you need to know -- just the highlights. And even though he refers to his "companion website" to the book in every chapter, the web site doesn't exist! (or else doesn't work!) Major complaint, and the reason he only gets 4 stars.
Other than that, possibly the best Dreamweaver book at this price on the market.
Cezel Cezel
It is helping me to learn how to build a web page so that I can improve on the web page we have now.
Macage Macage
I can't say that I've finished the book because it's INCOMPLETE! There are many references in the book to a "companion web site," but it doesn't exist! Actually, the site is there, but none of the content that the book refers to. It's either "coming soon" or "under construction." I've tried called the publishing company twice (NOT toll-free, and long hold times) only to receive a response of "we'll check into it." The e-mail address in the book is also incorrect--it bounced back! Finally, I tried to contact the owner of the web site, but the phone number had been disconnected! The "company" the site is owned by doesn't have it's own web site and/or can't be found in the Yellow Pages. I can't believe a book that was published so long ago, with an incomplete web site, is still on the shelves selling at full price. I wonder how this even got past the editors! ONE STAR: Because the companion web site should have been finished by now. What an embarrassment.
Mr.Savik Mr.Savik
I found this book in a bargain bin and figured what the heck, and I have yet to need another book on the program. It does not cover topics any more advanced than customizing menus, but it does make "short order" of the programs most often used features.
Dianalmeena Dianalmeena
I am a web developer, so I get people asking me what web design books are any good all the time. I have purchased this book for family and friends because I think it is one of the best Dreamweaver 3 books out there. It is clearly written and covers all the important bases in Dreamweaver. Great book even for advanced users who need the occasional reference...
Bundis Bundis
This book has really easy explanations to be studied and it's a very useful book that every web designer must read! I wish Mr. Moniz could write a book about Flash 4 in the same manner and enlighten us. :) Bravo Mr. Moniz! every penny worths for ur book!