Dreamweaver CS6 Bible

  • 20h 3m
  • Joseph Lowery
  • John Wiley & Sons (US)
  • 2012

Thoroughly covers the latest version of the leading website development software

Web designers rely on Dreamweaver to create functional, attractive websites quickly and efficiently. The newest version adds some important functionality for tablet and smart phone screens, HTML5 enhancements, CSS3 updates, and native mobile application development for iOS, Android, and other platforms. This comprehensive guide covers them all and much more, making it the complete course in Dreamweaver for new users as well as a vital guide to help experienced designers delve deeper into more advanced topics.

  • Covers all the updates in the newest version of Dreamweaver, including multi-screen, responsive web design for desktop, tablets, and phones; plug-in free video and audio playback; new web font support; and native mobile application development for Apple iOS, Google Android, Palm, Symbian, BlackBerry, and other platforms
  • Features all the basic information for new users as well as detailed coverage of more advanced topics
  • Shows how to set preferences, access the code directly, build pages using style sheets, work with text and images, set up tables, create interactive forms, and use frames and framesets
  • Explores JavaScript frameworks, powering Ajax pages with jQuery, making data dynamic, using content management systems like WordPress, inserting Flash elements, using video and audio, integrating with XML and XSLT, animating with CSS3, and much more

Dreamweaver CS6 Bible is the A-to-Z Dreamweaver reference for all web developers.

About the Author

Joseph Lowery is a bestselling author of books including HTML5 24-Hour Trainer and Adobe CS4 Web Workflows. He developed a series of Dreamweaver and WordPress courses for Lynda.com as well as ones on layouts, typography, and navigation with Dreamweaver. A well-known speaker, Joe has presented at Adobe conferences in U.S. and Europe as well as user groups around the country.

In this Book

  • Introducing Dreamweaver CS6
  • Touring Dreamweaver
  • Setting Your Preferences
  • Setting Up Sites and Servers
  • Accessing the Code Directly
  • Building Style Sheet Web Pages
  • Working with Text
  • Inserting Images
  • Establishing Web Links
  • Working with Layouts
  • Using Behaviors
  • Setting Up Tables
  • Enabling User Interaction with Forms
  • Creating Lists
  • Using Frames and Framesets
  • Powering Ajax Pages with Spry
  • Working with JavaScript Frameworks
  • Establishing Connections and Recordsets
  • Making Data Dynamic
  • Managing Data
  • Working with Dynamic Live View
  • Crafting Multi-Page Applications
  • Using Web Content Management Systems
  • Adobe Photoshop, Fireworks, and Bridge Integration
  • Inserting Flash Elements
  • Adding Video to Your Web Page
  • Using Audio on Your Web Page
  • Using Dreamweaver Templates
  • Using Library Items and Server-Side Includes
  • Maximizing Cross-Browser Compatibility
  • Building Websites with a Team
  • Integrating XML and XSLT
  • Customizing Dreamweaver
  • Handling Server Behaviors
  • Creating Adobe AIR Applications