In just 24 lessons of one hour or less, you will be able to create a fully functional website using Adobe Dreamweaver CS5. Using a straightforward, step-by-step approach, each lesson offers background knowledge along with practical steps to follow, allowing even complete beginners to learn the essentials from the ground up. Full-color figures and clear step-by-step instructions visually show you how to use Dreamweaver. Quizzes and Exercises at the end of each chapter help you test your knowledge. Practical, hands-on examples show you how to apply what you learn. Learn how to...* Start using HTML5 in your web pages with Dreamweaver's new HTML5 support * Create forms to collect information from users at your site * Manage your site with templates and libraries * Design web page layout with CSS * Work with WordPress and content management systems * Display data efficiently with tables * Dress up your site with Flash files and other multimedia * Insert scripted functionality by using Behaviors * Use Ajax frameworks and libraries * Create custom CSS for mobile devices and printing * Make web graphics in Fireworks CS5
Betsy Bruce is a developer and consultant who specializes in creating eLearning applications using Dreamweaver, Authorware, Captivate, and Flash. She was lead developer at the Cobalt Group in Seattle and was Manager of Technical Services at MediaPro, Inc. She is an Adobe-certified trainer for Dreamweaver, Contribute, Flash, Captivate, and Authorware. John Ray is a Senior Business Analyst and leads the enterprise application development team for The Ohio State University Research Foundation. In his spare time, he has written a number of books, on topics ranging from IT security to operating systems and iPhone development-including Sams Teach Yourself iPhone Application Development in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself iPad Application Development in 24 Hours, Mac OS X Unleashed, and Maximum Linux Security. He can be found on the web at http:www.johneray.com. Robyn Ness is a web developer at The Ohio State University, focusing on issues of usability, information design, and content development. She has contributed to books on Dreamweaver, Adobe CS3, digital media production, and digital photography. In her spare time she takes a ridiculous number of digital photographs, some of which can be seen at floraphotographs.com.