This book gets you up to speed on using Macromedia Dreamweaver MX, the new version of Macromedia's premier visual web site design tool, to produce dynamic, creative, visually stunning sites that comply with web standards and accessibility guidelines. It gets straight to the heart of the matter so you spend less time reading, and more time building your site. Dreamweaver MX boasts some fantastic new features, including greatly improved support for XHTML and CSS standards, and tools that allow easy creation of accessible sites and effective use of Dreamweaver MX by people with disabilities. However, it doesn't stop there - Dreamweaver MX also features support for a wide range of server-side scripting languages, allowing professional dynamic web applications to be created with ease, using built-in ready-to-use chunks of code called Server Behaviors. Book Info For the working Web professional who needs results now. Provides aggressively pragmatic coverage of the huge leap of functionality in Dreamweaver MX. Softcover. From the Publisher This book is primarily for anyone who wants to learn how to use the new advanced features of Dreamweaver MX to easily create professional static and dynamic web pages (concepts demonstrated using ASP) that are standards-compliant, and as accessible as possible. This book assumes some knowledge of HTML and web development concepts.
About the Authors: Rachel Andrew is a member of the Web Standards Project's Dreamweaver Task Force, responsible for improving Dreamweaver's standards compliance and accessibility Omar Elbaga started out as a fine artist and moved to computer graphic arts. He is also a member of Team Macromedia. Bob Regan is the Senior Product Manager for Accessibility at Macromedia. Rob Turnbull is also a member of Team Macromedia and a new media designer.
Number of pages: 370
Weight: 660 g
Dimensions: 229 x 184 x 25 mm
Edition: 1st ed.