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Creating a Web Page in Dreamweaver 8: Visual QuickProject Guide

by Nolan Hester

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Very easy to use. Explains steps simply and clearly. Good for basic beginner who nows nothing about Dreamweaver. Too simple for more advanced users. ( )
  stashrat | Mar 15, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0321370228, Paperback)

You may not be a professional Web designer, but you do want to design a decent Web page. There's no place better to start than with the de facto tool of choice for just about anybody creating Web pages and this slim, low-priced guide to it! The same things that have made Dreamweaver so popular with the pros—an easy-to-use, no-nonsense interface and a slew of features and utilities—also make it the perfect tool for your purposes. This full- guide provides the quickest route to creating a fun and functional Web page with it. Each short chapter uses big, bold screen shots and step-by-step instructions to illuminate one aspect of the process. By the end of the volume, you will have created a simple Web site, filled it with text and graphics, added navigation and links, and tested and posted the final product. Timely tips and occasional sidebars detailing good design practices round out the package. 

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Dreamweaver has become the de facto tool of choice for anyone designing a Web page. This text is a guide to the fundamental aspects of Dreamweaver, focusing on the topics that allow Web pages to be created both quickly and easily.

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