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Everything you need to create an interactive website designed with the latest features It′s time to put your creativity to the test and dive into the deep end of web design. With this guide by your side, you′ll discover just how easy it is to build cool websites that take advantage of the latest technologies. As you quickly learn to use the most important features of Dreamweaver CS6, you′ll create interactive pages that really stand out. Jumping right in — learn the basic concepts of web design, determine how you want to build your website, and start putting it together in Dreamweaver Saying it with style — find out how to work with Cascading Style Sheets to format your web pages for a consistent look Spicing it up — discover how to enhance your site by adding interactive images, audio, video, and drop–down menus Getting seen — from registering your domain name and hosting your site to promoting it and optimizing pages for search engines, get the tools to ensure success Open the book and find: Tips for getting the most out of Dreamweaver′s testing and publishing features How to transform your site using CSS3 Techniques for creating and applying styles Secrets for adding the hottest new design options Ways to boost your site with AJAX interactivity Steps for integrating multimedia on your pages How to build forms, surveys, and much more Learn to: Design an interactive website with a great user experience Use CSS3 to transform your designs with drop shadows, rounded corners, and almost any font Create a site that looks great in all the major web browsers IN FULL COLOR!

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Janine Warner has written more than a dozen books, including iPhone & iPad Web Design For Dummies. A popular speaker, she′s known as a "techy translator" who can make even the most complex concepts accessible. She′s also the host of several training videos on web design, Dreamweaver, and CSS. Learn more about her books, videos, and free tutorials at DigitalFamily.com.


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Lacking Fluid Grid and Responsive Design Content 14 mai 2012
Par William M. Alexander - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Although the book covers a lot about Dreamweaver CS6 (much of which has been covered in past CS series books) it almost seems as if the book was written before DW CS6 was completed. The much heralded, new features are the Fluid Grid component and responsive design for desktops, tablets and mobile devices, etc.. I didn't see any of this mentioned and these would have been the number one reason for me to purchase and keep the book. I have purchased the author's previous books and found them quite helpful but am a bit disappointed that this DW CS6 edition is lacking what I was really hoping for.
7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A good CS Dreamweaver overview, but not a CS6 guide. 19 juin 2012
Par Ed Pegg Jr - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Commentaire client Vine pour produit gratuit ( De quoi s'agit-il? )
I'd recently gotten the CS6 upgrade, so I got this book so I could go over some of the new features.

I managed to learn a fair number of things from this book, since it's been awhile since I've looked over any sort of manual. So, in that regard, I found this book useful and helpful.

Unfortunately, the screenshots in this book do not match many of the panels in the actual product. For example, page 41, Figure 2-5 --- the top features are CS5.5 Feature Overview, CSS Inspect Mode, CSS Disable/Enable. In the actual Dreamweaver 6, the top features are CS6 New Feature Overview, Fluid Grid Layouts, Business Catalyst Authoring, and CSS Transitions Panel. I noticed many other CS5.5 holdovers in the book. Fluid Grid Layouts aren't mentioned at all.

As a CS5.5 book, I'd give this 5 stars. It's an excellent overview of Dreamweaver/HTML functionality. But it's selling itself as a guide to CS6, and it's not. Some of the other CS6 products had some fairly major shuffling, so I'll now need to be very cautious whenever I get a "Dummies" book purporting to be the latest and greatest.
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Got me finally started 5 juillet 2012
Par Jaylia3 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Commentaire client Vine pour produit gratuit ( De quoi s'agit-il? )
I've had Dreamweaver for a while, but I wasn't able to do much of anything with it. Now I'm finally in the process of creating a website and this Dummies Guide has been a big help in getting me started, even though my version of Dreamweaver is earlier than the CS6. It's a steep learning curve for me but the book is well laid out, easy to read, and includes a lot of helpful screen shots so I'm beginning to see light at the end of the tunnel. It's a great book for those of us who don't want to have to hire someone to put a website together.
7 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Definitely NOT for Dummies! 15 mai 2012
Par J. Toohey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I just got Dreamweaver CS6 and know nothing about HTML. Supposedly, that doesn't matter due to the "Design" view in Dreamweaver. However, this book is rooted in HTML and I feel like I have to know HTML intimately to create a basic web page. I read the book cover to cover twice and looked through certain parts several times and I can't get past getting an image on my web-site. The instructions for adding text: just click and put it in. But that doesn't work. All the instructions appear to take place in the code view which is not helpful to me at all. I'm going to try to invest in another book that really IS for beginners in the hopes my problems with being able to design my website are with the instruction, not the Dreamweaver program. I agree with the last reviewer that you can tell this book was written before the actual software launch as some things don't match up.
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Okay but there are better books out there 13 décembre 2012
Par llscribe - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Dreamweaver CS6 is a fairly complex program that uses cascading style sheets among other bells and whistles in order to compose web pages. I have a rudimentary knowledge of earlier versions of Dreamweaver that I found did not translate well into learning this one. So my hope was that this manual would get me up to speed.

Dreamweaver CS5 for Dummies follows the formula for these manuals: lots of lists, helpful hints, and so forth. I found the organization of the manual to be confusing -- although billed as working for both Macs and PCs, I found that the Mac hints and explanations were confusing and not particularly helpful.

I tried to work through the first four chapters but I ended up giving up. I turned to the Adobe website tutorials and explanations instead and found them much more helpful.

For that reason, I am not rating this book very highly. However, if you like the Dummies format, I'd recommend taking a look at the book to see if it will work for you.
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