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  • Converting Content for Web Publishing (1996) with Jessica Burdman and Ken Milburn
    is book is an indispensable resource for Web designers, HTML programmers, desktop compositors, and anyone else wanting to convert existing content to the Web. - Tackles cross-platform issues at every stage of conversion.

  • Hybrid Html Design: A Multi-Browser HTML Reference (1996) with Kevin Ready
    A multi-browser HTML reference. Details how to design Web pages that are not only intended for display in all browsers, but perform optimally in each as well. Paper. CD ROM included.

  • Designing Web Pages With Pagemill 2.0 (1997) with Ken Milburn
    Focuses on the creative aspects of building functional, professional looking Web pages with PageMill.

  • The Flash 2 Web Animation Book (1997) with Ken Milburn
    Covers practical application of animation concepts, with real-world case studies of uses for Flash. Features Web design techniques to attract a wide audience through moving illustrations and high-feedback user interactivity. Provides hands-on lessons in drawing, animation and Web-page design in the context of broadly applicable case studies.

  • Web Animation F/X (1997) with Francisco Rivera and Ken Milburn

  • Dreamweaver for Dummies (1998)
    Weave the Web of your dreams with cool cutting-edge tools and sophisticated cross-browser support that are all a part of the newest Web design tool on the market today: Macromedia's Dreamweaver. From the ease of Dreamweaver's drag-and-drop, what-you-see interface to advanced advice on multimedia and online interactivity, you can find all the tips and tricks you'll ever need packed inside the pages of Dreamweaver For Dummies. If you're an experienced Web designer, Dreamweaver For Dummies author Janine Warner promises that you'll love the power and sophistication of Dreamweaver's HTML editor. And if you're new to Web design, you'll be impressed with its friendly interface and ease of use, whether you're creating basic Web pages or are using more complex Cascading Style Sheets and Dynamic HTML to make your Web site sing and dance (without crashing your visitors' browsers). Not sure about making the change to Dreamweaver? A 30-day trial version of the software is included on the bonus CD-ROM (so you can try it before you buy it), along with the latest versions of Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer, graphics programs like Photoshop and Illustrator, HTML converters and editors, and the Shockwave plug-in to let you view Director and Flash files online.

  • Flash 3 Web Animation F/X and Design (1999) with Ken Milburn
    Shows, in a step-by-step format, how to apply transparency, create morphing effects, add interactivity and sound, and animate graphics for the Web. Discusses how to take advantage of Flash 3.

  • Dreamweaver 3 for Dummies (2000) with Paul Vachier
    Whether you're a professional Web developer or you're brand new to the Web, Dreamweaver 3 for Dummies will have you designing sophisticated Web sites in no time. This easy-to-use guide is designed to make creating a Web site more intuitive and efficient. Filled with practical tips and easy to follow step-by-step instructions, this book will be your secret weapon in the race to design beautiful and functional high-end Web sites. When it comes to the most advanced HTML features, such as Dynamic HTML and Cascading Style Sheets; this book really shines making it fun and easy to add animations, rollover effects, and multimedia to bring your site to life. Includes a CD-ROM packed with Dreamweaver and Fireworks tryouts, valuable templates, scripts, objects, artwork, and useful utilities.

  • Dreamweaver 4 for Dummies (2001) with Paul Vachier
    This easy-to-use guide is designed to make creating a Web site more intuitive and efficient. Filled with practical tips and easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, this book will your secret weapon in the race to design beautiful and functional high-end Web sites. When it comes to the most advanced HTML features, such as Dynamic HTML and Cascading Style Sheets; this book really shines by making it fun and easy to add animations, rollover effects, and multimedia to bring any site to life. Dreamweaver 4 For Dummies includes all of this and special Fireworks coverage.

  • Managing Web Projects for Dummies (2001)
    Translates traditional business strategy into new economy terms without any intimidating or confusion technological mumbo jumbo. For beginners.

  • Dreamweaver MX for Dummies (2002) with Ivonne Berkowitz
    Easy to use reference guide is designed to make creating top notch Web sites more intuitive and efficient, covering the new features and updates included in the new version of Dreamweaver. Softcover. CD-ROM included.

  • Teach Yourself VISUALLY Dreamweaver MX (2002) with Ivonne Berkowitz
    Are you a visual learner? Do you prefer instructions that show you how to do something – and skip the long-winded explanations? If so, then this book is for you. Open it up and youll find clear, step-by-step screen shots that show you how to tackle more than 150 Dreamweaver MX tasks, from working with images, multimedia, templates, and DHTML to creating tables, frames, forms, and database-driven sites.

  • 50 Fast Dreamweaver MX Techniques (2003) with Ivonne Berkowitz and Yanier Gonzalez
    sing a simple, step-by-step format, this book shows you how to use Dreamweaver to create the most sophisticated, visually captivating designs that are possible on the Web today. From building dynamic tables to adding vivid Flash movies, you’ll uncover 50 fast and easy effects that you can achieve almost instantly with Dreamweaver MX. Each technique is clearly explained and illustrated, so you can quickly take your Web design to the next level.

  • Dreamweaver MX 2004 for Dummies (2003)
    Do you want to create a sophisticated Web site that’s easy to develop and maintain? Ready to integrate the latest innovations and add interactivity? Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced Web developer, this easy-to-use reference will get you up and running quickly with Dreamweaver MX 2004, so you’ll be building cutting-edge sites in no time!

  • Macromedia Contribute for Dummies (2003) with Frank Vera
    Macromedia Contribute gives you the power to update Web information – without dealing with HTML, FTP, or your site’s Webmaster. Whether you’re a content expert who needs to correct a typo or a site administrator who needs to configure Contribute access, this friendly guide is just what you need to get up to speed – and start contributing!

  • Teach Yourself Visually: Dreamweaver MX 2004 (2004) with Susannah Gardner
    Are you a visual learner? Do you prefer instructions that show you how to do something -- and skip the long-winded explanations? If so, then this book is for you. Open it up and you’ll find clear, step-by-step screen shots that show you how to tackle more than 150 Dreamweaver MX 2004 tasks, from planning a Web site to editing browser lists, including using HTML, inserting multimedia files, adding dynamic content, and uploading your pages to a server.

  • Creating Family Web Sites For Dummies (2005)
    With families scattered all across the country, the best family gathering place is now online! With this book, you don't need to be a Web wizard to set up a cool site where everyone can meet the baby, kids can report their game scores, couples can share wedding photos, and Grandpa can continue the family genealogy.

  • Dreamweaver 8 For Dummies (2005)
    Publishing in conjunction with the release of the next version of Dreamweaver, this book offers a friendly introduction to this sophisticated program that is noted for its advanced features, such as the capability to seamlessly move between visual and HTML modes Covers the key features of Dreamweaver, including how to design a well-planned site, coordinate the design work, and add graphics Addresses using Cascading Style Sheets, adding interactivity, working with multimedia files, building a dynamic site, bringing data into the site, and more The companion Web site features links to trial versions of several software programs, templates to make building a site quicker and easier, sample Flash animations, a glossary of Dreamweaver lingo, all the examples provided in the book, and more

  • Digital Family Album Basics: Tools for Making Digital Memories (2006) with Mindy McCain and Tom McCain
    With the boom in digital cameras, video cameras, and computers, Americans are making memories by the truck-load. And they’re organizing those memories in increasing numbers—scrapbooking has become at $1.4 billion-per-year market. Where digital cameras and scrapbooking meet there’s only one book: Digital Family Album Basics. This easy-to-use, easy-to-understand handbook shows how these two trends are a match made in heaven, because the ultimate tool for storing, manipulating, and displaying photos, text, and graphics is the computer. Author Janine Warner is an expert at making technology inviting and nonthreatening, even to non-techies; and her warm, straightforward approach is completely family friendly. Parents, grandparents, and kids can work together on dozens of wonderful projects to create lasting family treasures. From clicking the shutter to printing out family albums, personalized baby books, Digital Family Album Basics makes it easy to create, capture, and share priceless memories.

  • Teach Yourself VISUALLY Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 (2006)
    Are you a visual learner? Do you prefer instructions that show you how to do something — and skip the long-winded explanations? If so, then this book is for you. Open it up and you'll find clear, step-by-step screen shots that show you how to tackle more than 120 Dreamweaver 8 tasks. Each task-based spread includes these great features to get you up and running on Dreamweaver 8 in no time.

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