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Dreamweaver 8 The Missing Manual

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Available for both the Mac and Windows, Macromedia's Dreamweaver 8 is a professional web design and development program used by millions of Internet professionals to build high-quality static and dynamic database-driven web sites. It offers drag-and-drop simplicity, streamlined HTML coding tools, and powerful database integration features. But Dreamweaver 8 is missing one ...more
Paperback, 960 pages
Published December 30th 2005 by Pogue Press (first published January 1st 2005)
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Jeff McCormack
Aug 17, 2010 Jeff McCormack rated it it was amazing
I have used Dreamweaver for years, since I first purchased V4. I picked this book up to see what thie series of books offered, and I was thoroughly blown away with what I learned. While I knew I was not using DW to it's full potential, I had NO IDEA I was missing out on so much that it did. This volume was a real life saver and opened my use of DW up to a new level. Highly recommended.
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Gulp. This is a big book. I changed my mind about reading it when I saw it. But someday I'll revisit it -- maybe -- if I get very ambitious about my primitive web design skills.
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If you're going to read a book this thick you might as well learn straight code.
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What the Hell am I thinking?!?
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David Sawyer McFarland is president of Sawyer McFarland Media, Inc., a Web development company in Portland, Oregon. He's been building Web sites since 1995, when he designed his first Web site: an online magazine for communication professionals. He's served as the Webmaster at the University of California at Berkeley and the Berkeley Multimedia Research Center, and he has helped build, design, and ...more
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