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"No one book can cover every detail of Web design, but Sawyer McFarland does a nice job of covering what you need to know about Dreamweaver."
"This book is the most comprehensive guide yet published about Adobe Dreamweaver CS6. The author covers every element, capability and feature of the program, supporting the readers learning process with 13 hands-on projects."
"This book should be all you need to get comfortable with both Dreamweaver and the range of coding conveniences it offers."
"A fine survey for any web design collection strong in Dreamweaver applications, and covers all the important things you need to know to build skills and websites using Dreamweaver's systems."
"Dreamweaver CS5.5: The Missing Manual is thorough and covers most aspects of the program in sufficient depth to be useful. McFarland writes well, and the order of chapters makes good sense, with a logical progression in both complexity and the amount McFarland assumes the reader will already know and understand...A good book on an important application, and highly recommended."
"Whether you are an absolute newcomer or an old hand at using Dreamweaver, you definitely can benefit from having and using this huge and hefty book."
"All in all, this was a great book and the author, David Sawyer McFarland, should be commended for a job well done. I only wish Adobe would hire him to write the Adobe help website text..."
"CSS: The Missing Manual is a book that enriches your Web knowledge, enhances your Web literacy and makes you a proud master of CSS whether you are a Web site novice or a Web development veteran."
"Not everyone who designs Web pages is an expert. That's where this book (and others in the "Missing Manual" series) comes to the rescue. When you need to know where to start with CSS -- literally at the ground level -- this is a great volume for you. "
"Designed for both beginners and web-building veterans alike, this fully revised edition walks you through the important stuff you need to do. "
"CSS: The Missing Manual is a good step by step manual for anyone interested in learning CSS. "
"A 'must' for any Dreamweaver owner. "
"I did find this book interesting and informative...Also, the tutorials were again very helpful and well laid-out. Another thing Id like to point out is that the tutorials are not just re-hashes of the information in the preceding chapter. There is additional learning value in the tutorials that build on what you learn by reading the chapter. "
"I thoroughly recommend this book for all, especially the beginner Dreamweaver user."
"Overall, an excellent choice; its thorough coverage, cost, topic, and friendly tone make this a recommended title..."
"This book should be in everybody's library no matter what the skill level. It covers all the basics for the beginner and many advanced topics for the seasoned veteran of Dreamweaver. A great book. "
"David McFarland's CSS: The Missing Manual is over 500 pages of CSS expertise, with over 100 of those pages of tutorials. It's a best place to get started for learning CSS."
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