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Dreamweaver MX Site Management
By Matthew Pizzi, Zak Ruvalcaba
Mar 14, 2003
Discover the site management side of Dreamweaver MX to help with file management, working with a site map, changing and checking links, and checking browser compatibility.
ActionScript Elements Used to Make Games and Toys
By Gary Rosenzweig
Jan 24, 2003
These 10 lessons show you some advanced ActionScript techniques used in Flash game programming.
Drawing and Painting in Flash
By Michael Hurwicz, Laura McCabe
Jan 24, 2003
This sample chapter helps you understand the standard drawing and painting tools available in Flash MX.
Getting Your Feet Wet in Flash-XML Integration
By Gregg Caines, Craig Swann
Jan 24, 2003
This sample chapter provides your first steps into Flash-XML integration by teaching how to load information from the Web server into your Flash movie at runtime.
Advanced HTML and Site Tools for Dreamweaver MX
By John Ray
Jan 17, 2003
This sample chapter covers some of Dreamweaver MX's advanced features such as advanced page layout, navigation, and site management.
Creating Graphics in Flash MX
By Matthew Pizzi
Jan 17, 2003
Flash offers several drawing tools that allow you to create the graphics for your Flash projects that may seem familiar you. This sample chapter covers the key tools and techniques for drawing in Flash MX.
Introduction to ActionScript
By Dan Livingston
Dec 6, 2002
Award-winning web designer Dan Livingston introduces ActionScript for Flash MX and provides some ActionScripting basics.
Selecting and Dragging Flash MX Movie Clips
By Gary Rosenzweig
Nov 29, 2002
In this lesson you will begin to learn user interface interaction by creating selectable and dragable movie clips.
Moving and Changing Movie Clips in Flash MX
By Gary Rosenzweig
Nov 15, 2002
If your objects have a predictable behavior, ActionScript can be used to create animations on the fly. Even better, the user's input can be used to modify the animation. Learn how this can be done with this lesson.
Controlling Flash MX Movie Clips
By Gary Rosenzweig
Nov 8, 2002
As a programmer you can write code to control the flow of your movie. But ActionScript can also take requests from the user. In this lesson you will learn how to let the user take control of the flow of the movie.
Controlling the Flow of the Movie in Flash MX
By Gary Rosenzweig
Nov 1, 2002
Without ActionScript, Flash movies are just linear animations. In this lesson you will learn how to control a movie's flow with ActionScript.
Building a DHTML Drop Down Menu with Dreamweaver
By Tony Arguelles
Oct 25, 2002
Macromedia Dreamweaver helps you incorporate DHTML without having to learn the underlying code. Learn here how to use it.
Debugging JavaScript in Dreamweaver
By Tony Arguelles
Oct 18, 2002
Although JavaScript works well for client-side scripting, identifying and fixing errors in the code can be difficult. Dreamweaver's JavaScript Debugger comes to the rescue: Find out how to find and fix incorrect JavaScript code here.
Building Web Forms with Dreamweaver 4
By Tony Arguelles
Oct 11, 2002
The most compelling reason to use Macromedia Dreamweaver is its powerful group of visual tools. Tony Arguelles shows you how to use these to build a common requirement for a Web site: the "contact us" form.
Animating in Dreamweaver MX with Timelines
By Betsy Bruce
Sep 26, 2002
Even experienced Dreamweaver users don't know how to use timelines. Many don't even know they exist! Yes, you can move objects around the screen with Dreamweaver. Learn how to create cool effects right in HTML.
Formatting Your Dreamweaver MX Web Page with CSS and HTML Styles
By Betsy Bruce
Sep 20, 2002
Learn how Dreamweaver makes it easy to define styles, even styles for your entire site in a single location, that add fonts, colors, and other effects to text and other objects on Web pages.
Designing Your Dreamweaver MX Page Layout Using Tables
By Betsy Bruce
Sep 13, 2002
Creating intricate designs using tables used to be difficult and confusing. Dreamweaver ended all that confusion; now you can use table layout view to draw tables and table cells on the Web page, creating the page design you want.
Designing Your Flash MX Web Site to Be Modular
By Phillip Kerman
Sep 13, 2002
The new Flash MX features to import JPEG images or .MP3 sounds at runtime are covered in this lesson as well as the traditional "loadMovie" method. Shared libraries and linked scripts are also explained.
Planning and Defining Your Dreamweave MX Project
By Betsy Bruce
Sep 6, 2002
Before you can do anything in Dreamweaver, you need to plan and define your site. Creating a Dreamweaver site definition is the important first step in creating a Web site.
Using Video in Flash MX
By Phillip Kerman
Sep 6, 2002
This sample chapter covers everything from creating quality video source material, importing and optimizing compression settings, and even considerations for using the third-party product "Sorenson Squeeze with Spark Pro".

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