Press Release: June 17, 2010
Dreamweaver CS5: The Missing Manual--Your Step-by-Step Guide to Dreamweaver CS5's Consumer-Friendly Updates
Sebastopol, CA—Dreamweaver, Adobe's website-development program, lets you revamp an existing site, or design, build, and manage a new one without writing a single line of code. But keeping track of the latest updates to Dreamweaver CS5 is tricky. Dreamweaver CS5: The Missing Manual by David Sawyer McFarland helps you master this versatile program with jargon-free language, hands-on tutorials, and savvy advice from a Dreamweaver pro.
- Get complete guidance. Go from building your first web page to creating interactive, database-driven sites
- Build skills as you learn. Apply your knowledge using 12 tutorials and downloadable practice files
- Create a thoroughly modern website. Build fast-loading pages based on powerful, easy-to-use CSS tools
- Tap into databases. Connect your site to a database and build pages that display the information
- Discover hidden tips and tricks. Learn undocumented workarounds and shortcuts
- Have it your way. Customize the way Dreamweaver looks and works to suit your needs
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For more information about the book, including table of contents, index, author bios, and cover graphic, see: http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/9781449381813.
Dreamweaver CS5: The Missing Manual
David Sawyer McFarland
ISBN: 978-1-4493-8181-3, 1104 pages,
Book Price: $49.99 USD, Ebook Price: $35.99 USD
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