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  • Copyright 2010
  • Edition: 1st
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  • ISBN-10: 0-7897-4444-9
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-7897-4444-9

Need answers quickly? Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 on Demand provides those answers in a visual step-by-step format. We will show you exactly what to do through lots of full color illustrations and easy-to-follow instructions.

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Workshops

ACE Exam Objectives

More than 600 Essential Dreamweaver CS5 Tasks

Inside the Book

• Understand and use the latest web technologies to create sites

• Choose the right site structure and layout for sites

• Create and use web page templates to quickly create pages

• Use the simplified site setup to create and work with sites

• Use Live view to design your web pages under real-world conditions

• Create and maintain Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

• Use coding tools to develop consistent and reusable code

• Insert Adobe Photoshop files to create image Smart Objects

• Manage collaboration with multiple developers

• Use Subversion to manage different site versions

• Manage local, remote, and testing sites

• Transfer, synchronize, and validate sites

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Table of Contents

Introduction     xvii

1   Preparing and Planning a Web Site     1

Beginning with a Plan    2

Creating a Visual Mind Map     4

Generating a Timeline     6

Assembling the Site     7

Creating a Marketing Plan     8

Creating a Storyboard     9

Creating a Site Local Root Folder     0

2   Getting Started with Dreamweaver CS5     11

Understanding System Requirements     12

Installing Dreamweaver     13

Getting Started     14

Viewing the Dreamweaver Window     16

Creating a Web Site     18 New!

Opening a Web Site     20

Creating a Blank Web Page     21

Creating a Web Page from a Blank Template     22

Creating a Web Page from a Template     24

Creating a Web Page from a Sample     25

Saving a Web Page    26 New!

Opening an Existing Web Page or File     28 New!

Working with Views     30 New!

Switching Between Pages and Views     31

Previewing Pages in Live View     32 New!

Previewing Pages in Browser     34

Getting Help While You Work     36 New!

Getting Dreamweaver Updates on the Web     38 New!

Closing a Web Page or File     39

Finishing Up     40

3   Working Within the Dreamweaver Environment     41

Examining the Dreamweaver Window     42 New!

Working with Toolbars     44 New!

Resizing Panels     45

Working with Panels     46

Docking and Undocking Panels     48

Grouping and Ungrouping Panels     49

Creating a Workspace     50

Using the Status Bar     52

Changing the View with the Zoom Tool     54

Working with Rulers     55

Working with the Grid and Guides     56

Creating Keyboard Shortcuts     58

Setting General Preferences     60 New!

Setting New Document Preferences     62

Working with Colors     64

Setting Highlighting Color Preferences     66

4   Managing Web Site Files     67

Exploring Web Site Files and Folders     68

Setting Up Site Folders     69 New!

Viewing the Files Panel     70

Opening and Creating Files in the Files Panel     72

Managing Files and Folders in the Files Panel     74

Finding Files in the Files Panel     76

Saving a File with Different Formats     78

Identifying Dreamweaver File Formats     79

Setting the Home Page     80

Preparing to Set Page Properties     81

Setting Appearance Page Properties     82

Setting Link Page Properties     83

Setting Heading Page Properties     84

Changing Title and Encoding Page Properties     85

Changing Page Properties for a Tracing Image     86

Using Visual Aids     87

Working with Invisible Elements     88

Selecting Elements     90

5   Working with Web Page Text     91

Adding Text to Web Pages     92

Importing Tabular Data     93

Importing Content from Microsoft Documents     94

Inserting Special Characters and the Date     96

Selecting Text     98

Copying and Pasting Text     100

Setting Copy/Paste Preferences     102

Modifying Font Combinations     103

Formatting Characters     104

Formatting Paragraph Text 106

Controlling Line Spacing     107

Inserting Horizontal Rules     108

Creating Ordered and Unordered Lists     110

Creating Definition Lists     112

Modifying Lists     113

Applying Text Styles     114

Creating Text Styles     116

Renaming Styles     118

Finding Text     119

Finding and Replacing Text or Code     120

Using the Results Panel     122

Defining Acronyms and Abbreviations     123

Checking Spelling     124 New!

Using Undo and Redo     126

Setting Font Preferences     128

6   Working with Web Page Images     129

Using Web Friendly Graphics     130

Defining an Image Folder     132

Inserting Images     134

Inserting Images from Photoshop     136

Updating Images from Photoshop     138

Inserting Images from Fireworks     140

Optimizing Images using Fireworks     142

Using Low Source Images     143

Modifying Images     144

Aligning Images     146

Editing Images     148

Changing Image Brightness and Contrast     152

Changing Image Sharpness     153

Cropping an Image     154

Using an External Editor     155

Setting File Types/Editors Preferences     156

Creating Rollover Images     158

Inserting an Image Placeholder     160

7   Linking Web Pages     163

Understanding Link Types     164

Understanding Paths     165

Setting the Relative Path     166

Adding a Link     168

Adding an Email Link     170

Linking within a Web Page     172

Creating Image Map Hotspots     174

Modifying Image Map Hotspots     176

Creating a Null or Script Link     177

Modifying a Link     178

Removing a Link     179

Updating Links      180

Testing a Link     182 New!

Changing Links Sitewide     184

8   Working with Web Page Tables     185

Working with Tables     186

Switching Between Table Modes     187

Inserting a Table in Standard Mode     188

Modifying a Table     190

Adding Content into a Table     192

Importing and Exporting Table Data     194

Adding Columns or Rows to Tables     196

Resizing Columns and Rows     197

Splitting and Merging Cells     198

Sorting Table Data     199

Changing Table Properties     200

Changing Cell, Row, or Column Properties     202

Using a Tracing Image     204

Creating a Nested Table     206

9   Working with Cascading Style Sheets     207

Introducing Cascading Style Sheets     208

Creating a Web Page with a CSS Layout     210

Creating CSS Styles     212

Applying Internal CSS Styles     214

Applying and Modifying External CSS Styles     216 New!

Removing Internal Styles     218

Using the CSS Styles Panel 219     New!

Editing CSS in the Properties Panel     220

Setting CSS Properties     222

Working with CSS Rules     224

Moving CSS Rules     226

Disabling or Enabling CSS Rules     228 New!

Inspecting CSS Code     229 New!

Using the Relevant CSS Tab     230

Working with ID Selectors    231

Creating and Applying an ID Selector     232

Checking for CSS Browser Compatibility     234

Formatting CSS Code     236

Setting CSS Styles Preferences     238

Using Design-Time Style Sheets     239

Optimizing Web Pages     240

10  Creating Page Layouts Using CSS_P     241

Introducing CSS Layouts and AP Elements     242

Creating AP Elements     243

Nesting AP Elements     244

Setting AP Element Preferences     245

Using CSS Positioning    246

Applying a CSS-P Style     248

Modifying CSS-P Properties     250

Working with AP Elements     252

Creating a Rollover Using AP Elements     254

Converting AP Elements to Tables     256

11  Creating Frames     259

Introducing Frames     260

Creating a New Frame     262

Opening a Web Page in a Frame     264

Providing Information for No Frame Support     265

Selecting Frames and Framesets     266

Adding Frameset Information     267

Saving a Frameset     268

Modifying Frames     270

Changing Frame Properties     272

Changing Frameset Properties     274

Targeting Links     276

Creating Quick and Easy Frame Links     278

12  Working with Multimedia and Online Tools     279

Introducing Flash File Types     280

Inserting a Flash or Shockwave Movie     281

Changing Flash or Shockwave Movie Properties     282

Inserting a Flash Video     284

Linking or Embedding Sound     286

Using Java Applets     288

Using ActiveX Controls     290

Using Plug-ins     292

Checking for Plug-ins     294

Exploring CS Live Services     296 New!

Sharing My Screen     298 New!

13  Creating Forms     299

Understanding Forms     300

Creating a Form     302

Inserting Form Objects     304

Modifying Text Fields and Text Areas     306

Modifying Radio Buttons and Check Boxes     308

Modifying Lists and Menus     309

Modifying Buttons     310

Inserting an Image Button     311

Making Form Objects Dynamic     312

Using Tables to Control Forms     313

Validating Forms     314

Creating and Editing a Jump Menu     316

Viewing Example Code for Forms     318

14  Viewing the HTML Behind the Page     321

Understanding HTML     322

Using the Reference Panel     324

Using Code View     326

Using Code Live View     328

Setting Code View Options     329

Entering HTML Code     330

Using Code Hints     331 New!

Working with HTML Head Tags     332

Inserting HTML Comments     333

Using the Coding Toolbar     334

Using Quick Tag Editor     336

Using the Tag Inspector     338

Using the Tag Chooser     339

Opening Related Files     340 New!

Navigating to Related Code     342

Setting Site Specific Code Hints     343 New!

Setting Code Hint Preferences     344 New!

Setting Code Format Preferences     345

Setting Code Rewriting Preferences     346

Setting Code Color Preferences     348 New!

15  Working with Behaviors     349

Introducing Behaviors 350

Applying Behaviors to Page Elements     352

Applying Behaviors to Entire Page     354

Editing Behaviors     356

Working with Behaviors    358

Adding Behavior Effects     360

Going to Another Web Page     362

Opening Another Browser Window     363

Displaying Text Messages     364

Preloading and Swapping Images     366

Changing Element Properties     368

Dragging an AP Element     370

Showing and Hiding Elements     372

Executing a JavaScript     373

16  Using Spry Widgets and Effects     375

Inserting Spry Widgets     376

Selecting and Editing Spry Widgets     378

Working with Spry Panel Widgets     380

Working with Spry Validation Widgets     382

Working with Spry Menu Bar Widgets     384

Creating a Spry Tooltip    386

Displaying Spry Data Sets     388

Creating a Spry Region     392

Creating a Spry Repeat List     394

Customizing a Spry Widget     395

Adding and Removing Spry Effects    396

Checking Out Spry Samples     398

17  Using Code Snippets and Libraries     399

Introducing Snippets     400

Inserting a Snippet     402

Editing Existing Snippets     404

Creating Snippets     406

Introducing Assets and Libraries     408

Using the Assets Panel     409

Inserting an Asset    410

Working with Site Assets     411

Working with Color and URL Assets     412

Working with Favorite Assets     414

Creating and Inserting Library Items     416

Editing Library Items     418

Working with Library Items     420

Creating an External JavaScript Library     422

Inserting and Editing an External JavaScript     424

Using Server-Side Includes     426

18  Creating Templates     427

Introducing Templates     428

Creating a Template    429

Opening a Template     430

Defining Editable Regions     432

Defining Editable Attributes      433

Creating Repeating Regions     434

Creating Optional Regions     436

Creating InContext Editable Editing Regions     438

Creating InContext Editable Repeating Regions     440

Creating Nested Templates     442

Creating a Web Page from a Nested Template      444

Creating a Web Page from a Custom Template     445

Updating a Template      446

Attaching or Detaching a Template     448

Importing XML into a Template     449

Exporting Template Data as XML     450

19  Testing a Web Site     451

Finding Broken Links     452

Fixing Broken Links      454

Validating Web Pages      456

Checking for HTML Browser Compatibility     458

Checking for Balanced Code     460

Cleaning Up HTML     462

Cleaning UP Word HTML     464

Adding Accessibility     466

Running Reports to Test a Site     468

Viewing and Saving Reports     470

Gathering Download Statistics     472

20  Managing a Web Site     473

Setting Advanced Site Definitions 474     New!

Defining Local Info for a Site     476

Defining Remote Info for a Site     478

Defining the Testing Server     482

Defining Version Control     483

Defining Site Cloaking     484

Setting File View Columns Options     485

Using Design Notes     486

Viewing Design Notes     488

21  Moving Your Site to the Internet     489

Setting Site File Preferences     490

Managing Site Files with the Files Panel     492

Transferring Files     494

Comparing Local and Remote Files     496

Checking Site Files In and Out     498

Managing Site Files Versions with Subversion     500 New!

Working with Business Catalyst Site Files     502 New!

Synchronizing Site Files     504

Cloaking and Uncloaking Files     506

22  Automating Dreamweaver     507

Using the History Panel     508

Undoing and Redoing History Steps     509

Replaying History Steps     510

Copying History Steps Between Documents     511

Saving History Steps as Commands     512

Using and Managing History Commands     514

Recording Commands for Temporary Use     516

Setting History Panel Preferences     517

Using Advanced Find and Replace for Text     518

Using Advanced Find and Replace for Tags     520

Creating and Using a Search Query     522

New Features     523 New!

Adobe Certified Expert     525

Index     531

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