Dreamweaver 8 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies (For by Sue Jenkins, Michele E. Davis, Jon A. Phillips

By Sue Jenkins, Michele E. Davis, Jon A. Phillips

I paintings much with a variety of companies and a part of my paintings contains website design. some time past, i used to be additionally a Director of schooling for PeopleSoft and i've served in comparable capacities for a number of businesses in Silicon Valley. As such, i'm well-qualified to pass judgement on the advantage of this materail and that i needs to say it's a actual cut price for the 800+ one cease buying reference for DreamWeaver 8.

The publication is well-organized and it can be used as both a textual content or an "as wanted" reference handbook. The descriptions are transparent, to the purpose and straightforward to discover. It additionally offers with themes corresponding to putting Flash video and has loads of meaty content material as well as easy instructions.

This ebook is really a "must have" reference for any net developer!

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Whether designing a site for yourself, your company, or freelance clients, the overall planning and design process is relatively the same. This chapter discusses knowing your audience, reviewing design considerations, and designing a successful site. Understanding the Web Design Workflow Building a Web site has a logical workflow. The different stages of the Web design workflow are as follows: Define > Design > Build > Test > Launch 32 Knowing Your Audience Each stage requires cooperation from all parties involved — including the client, designers, and programmers — because each is responsible for different parts of the process.

Select a result from the list on the left of the panel to reveal the details on the right. You can further narrow a search by checking or unchecking the search options at the bottom of the tab. ✦ Favorites: Add Help topics to a customized list of favorites to return quickly to favorite or often-used entries. Entries display alphabetically and you may add and remove entries as often as needed. To assist you in navigating through the Help files, regardless of the category you’re in, click these buttons at the top of the window to perform certain tasks and other functions found on the Options menu: Hide/Show Tabs, Go Back, Go Forward, Go Home, and Print.

Accessible sample Web page designs are identified by the word ACCESSIBLE in the Description box. If you do use accessibility settings on your Web pages, be sure to run an accessibility report to test your page or site against the government’s Section 508 guidelines as part of the testing process prior to publishing your site. See Book V, Chapter 1 for more about testing. gov). Browser optimization Another issue to consider is browser optimization. Taking a look at browser trends can give you insight into important design considerations, such as layout size and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) support.

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