By Nick Vandome
Publication: June 29, 2012
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About the book
Dreamweaver remains the most powerful and versatile web authoring tool on the market. The new Creative Suite 6 release offers even more functionality to create dynamic, state-of-the-art websites for more platforms.
Dreamweaver CS6 in easy steps caters for the growing number of people designing their own websites as well as for professionals who need to promptly master the key aspects of the new release. For all but the most experienced, it takes some time to become familiar with all of Dreamweaver’s features. Dreamweaver CS6 in easy steps helps clarify this process and ensures you can get the most out of this industry standard program. All of the main functions of Dreamweaver CS6 are covered, so that you can get up to speed as quickly as possible and start designing and producing high quality websites, including:
- Multiscreen Preview
- Fluid Grid Layouts
- Editing HTML
- Using CSS
- Creating and using hyperlinks
Dreamweaver CS6 in easy steps shows you how to work with the different workspace views so that you can work in either design or code view. The book also looks at how to optimize a website for mobile devices using Fluid Grid Layout and the new Multiscreen Preview. CSS is integral to modern websites and this is covered in detail: from the basics of CSS, to creating and applying styles so that you can produce standards-based websites that have a consistent look and feel across all pages. Also, the new CSS3 Transitions panel shows you how to create original and engaging animated features with CSS.
Dreamweaver CS6 in easy steps simplifies each stage of website creation, from planning to loading and managing your site, helping you to unleash your creative potential effectively and is aimed at anyone who wants to produce high quality websites, across different platforms including for tablets and smart phones.
About the author
Nick Vandome is an IT writer and trainer who specialises in digital imaging and web authoring subjects. In addition to his writing, he also works designing websites and runs training courses. Before he started working with computers he wrote books about working and travelling abroad.
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