A. Where to Learn More

Once you’ve worked through this book, you should be well on your way to creating great Web pages with Dreamweaver. But Dreamweaver is such a broad and deep program that there is plenty more to learn about it and about building Web sites in general.

In this appendix, we’ll point to several of the most helpful Dreamweaver-oriented Web sites, other sites where you can learn more about building standards-compliant Web sites, and even mention a few other books that will help you deepen your knowledge of Dreamweaver.

As usual with products that can be found on the Internet, Web sites come, go, and change addresses with alarming regularity. The sites listed here were in existence when this book went to press (November 2005) and ...

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