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JavaScript and HTML

You can think of JavaScript as an extension to HTML; an add-on, if you will.

Here's how it works. HTML tags create objects; JavaScript lets you manipulate those objects. For example, you use the HTML <BODY> [more…]

Creating a Rollover Image in Dreamweaver CS3

In Dreamweaver, Rollover images — as the name implies — are designed to react when someone rolls a cursor over an image. The effect can be as dramatic as a picture of a dog being replaced by a picture [more…]

Understanding the Integration of ColdFusion and Dreamweaver

Before the MX version, Dreamweaver was largely geared toward the basics of HTML editing, such as creating and editing tables, graphics placement, text editing, and some basic site management tools. With [more…]

Tapping Timesaving Dreamweaver Tips

Even the best programs get better when you know how to make the most of them. Take a moment to check out these tips and save tons of time in developing your Web site. Most of these tips apply to both Macintosh [more…]

Talking Templates in Dreamweaver

Many Web design programs boast about their HTML templates. What they really mean is that they include some ready-made page designs with the program. Dreamweaver takes this concept a few leaps further by [more…]

Dreamweaver to Fireworks: Image Editing

Suppose that you have a logo on your Web page and your client suddenly wants it in a different color. Normally, this would mean launching another image-editing program, tracking down the logo, opening [more…]

Tips for Success with ASP.NET 3.5

A huge, friendly user community supports ASP.NET. Freeresources are plentiful if you want to build dynamic, interactive, data-driven Web pages with ASP.NET 3.5. Here are some helpful hints for your Web [more…]

Setting Up Web Server Access with Dreamweaver MX 2004

To make your life simpler, Dreamweaver incorporates FTP capability so that you can easily upload your pages to a Web server. Integrating this feature also enables Dreamweaver to help you keep track of [more…]

Installing New Dreamweaver Extensions

Even with all the cool features already included in Dreamweaver CS3, the Extension Manager enables you to add new functionality by adding extensions from a variety of third-party sources. [more…]

Managing Your Site's Structure with Dreamweaver

One of the more common mistakes new Web designers make is plunging into developing a site without thinking through all of their goals, priorities, budget, and design options. The instinct is to simply [more…]

Enjoying Timesaving Contribute Tips

Even the best programs get better when you know how to make the most of them. These tips and tricks can be helpful if you're in a hurry or trying to work more efficiently. [more…]

Addressing Ajax Design Issues

Ajax is a new ball of wax when it comes to Web applications, and as such, new rules about how the interface should and shouldn't work are emerging. Those rules have not been formalized yet, but the Ajax [more…]

Editing Images in Dreamweaver MX 2004

New features in Dreamweaver enable you to make minor image editing inside Dreamweaver, without opening Fireworks or any other graphics-editing program. These tools are available from the Properties inspector [more…]

Noting What's New in Dreamweaver MX 2004

All those requests you make to Macromedia, all that wishful thinking. . . believe it or not, they heard you and many of the little — and not so little — things we all have been wanting in this program [more…]

Exploring the New Dreamweaver MX 2004 Interface

With Dreamweaver MX, Macromedia integrated ColdFusion and HomeSite into one single, powerful interface, though you had the choice of working with that new interface or with the old Dreamweaver 4 interface [more…]

Managing Server Access with Contribute

In order to control workflow, Contribute installs a file in a specific folder at the root of any Web site you connect to. This file, called the Shared Settings File, enables Contribute to store all the [more…]

Testing Your Work with the Dreamweaver CS3 Site Reporting Feature

The Dreamweaver CS3 Site Reporting feature enables you to find — and fix — site problems before you go live with your Web site. You can create a variety of reports and even customize them to identify problems [more…]

Keeping in Touch with Design Notes

Design Notes are ideal for communicating with other developers who are working on your Web site, but aren't within shouting distance. This Dreamweaver feature works like the [more…]

Introducing the Dreamweaver CS3 Property Inspector Toolbar

Dreamweaver CS3’s Property Inspector doesn’t check for termites, it does something better: lets you set formatting standards for your Web pages. You can set the Dreamweaver CS3 Property Inspector toolbar [more…]

Dreamweaver CS3 Table Properties

If you’re designing a Web site, with Dreamweaver CS3 or any other software, you probably use a lot of tables in your page layouts. Dreamweaver CS3’s Table Properties toolbar lets you micromanage table [more…]

Image Properties Toolbar in Dreamweaver CS3

Visuals are an important part of any Web page, and Dreamweaver CS3 offers a handy Image Properties toolbar to help you manage all your graphics. After all, a Web site with no graphics is often a Web site [more…]

Meet the Dreamweaver CS3 Common Insert Bar

Don’t think that the Dreamweaver CS3 Common Insert toolbar is plain and ordinary. It’s only called “common” because it offers the insert commands you use most frequently because they’re the most useful [more…]

Dreamweaver CS3 For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Designing Web pages is easy with Dreamweaver CS3, especially because the application offers so many helpful toolbars to assist you in creating tables, manipulating images, and carrying out everyday tasks [more…]

How to Plan Pages for Your Web Site in iWeb

iWeb is the Web site creation and editing application included with Mac OS X Snow Leopard. Every properly designed Web site has a purpose: to inform, to entertain, or to provide downloads or contact information [more…]

How to Add Elements to Your Web Page with iWeb

Snow Leopard’s iWeb application lets you design full-featured Web sites. In addition to text and images, iWeb lets you add sounds, movies, links, buttons, and more. The list of extras you can add to your [more…]

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