Dreamweaver is the standard by which site designers and managers handle the many components required to run today's typical web presence. The Portfolio Series addresses this powerful tool the same way it does other Creative Suite applications -- the way one has to in the real world of design and site management. Purely project-based, the book offers eight hands-on, step-by-step assignments exactly as they would be handed to someone in the field. Each assignment addresses workflow, task, and process requirements, finishing with a site that works the way it's supposed to. The title provides self-learners, interested readers, students, and professional instructors detailed instructions on how to master the application.A rule consists of a selector (basically, selecting which element will be formatted) and attributes (such as font, color, width, height, etc.) ... You can first create the complete style sheet and then apply styles to the Web page, or you can simultaneously create styles while building the Web page ... In many workflows, the look and feel of a site is first designed in a graphics application such as Adobe Photoshop.
|Title||:||Adobe Dreamweaver CS3|
|Publisher||:||Against The Clock - 2008-01|