Dreamweaver MX 2004

Author(s): Ray West

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Contents: Part I: Getting Started with Dreamweaver MX 2004 1: Is It 2004 Already? 2: Configuring Your Environment 3: Dreamweaver MX 2004 Basics 4: Building Your First Site 5: Adding Pages to Your Site 6: Designing and Planning Your Site 7: Defining Your Site Part II: Client-Side Technologies 8: Advanced Page Design Tools 9: Cascading Style Sheets 10: JavaScript and DHTML 11: Forms 12: Page Layout with Tables and CSS Positioning Part III: Studio Integration 13: Fireworks MX 2004 Integration 14: Flash Integration Basics 15: Working with Contribute 16: HomeSite Integration Part IV: An Introduction to Web Scripting 17: Developing a Web Application 18: Active Server Pages 19: Java Server Pages 20 ColdFusion 21: PHP 22: ASP.NET Part V: Adding Database Features to Your Site 23: Designing a Relational Database 24: Making a Database Connection 25: Setting Up Your Data 26: An Overview of the Structured Query Language 27: Displaying Data in Web Pages 28: Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Data 29: User Authentication 30: Searching Data Part VI: Advanced Web Data Integration 31: Advanced Scripting Topics 32: Server-Side Flash Integration 33: E-Commerce with Dreamweaver MX 2004 Part VII: Getting the Most Out of Dreamweaver MX 2004 34: Extensions and the Extension Manager 35: Dreamweaver MX 2004 Extensibility Model 36: Building Server Behavior Extensions A: Additional Resources B: On the CD-ROM

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Thomas Muck (Daly City, VA) is the Web Application Developer for Integram, a privately held corporation in northern Virginia. He is responsible for the development of the front and back-end e-commerce capabilities. Ray West (Orlando, FL) is the Vice President and CIO of WorkAble Solutions, Inc.; an Orlando, FL based company specializing in the web-based administration of health care alliances. He is experienced in using Macromedia products to build enterprise-level web applications.

Part I: Getting Started with Dreamweaver MX Ch. 1: And Then There Was One Ch. 2: Configuring Your Network Ch. 3: Dreamweaver MX Basics Ch. 4: Building Your First Site Ch. 5: Adding Pages to Your Site Ch. 6: Publishing Your Site to the Internet Part II: Web Site Design and Construction Ch. 7: Designing and Planning Your Site Ch. 8: Defining Your Site Ch. 9: Advanced Page Design Tools Ch. 10: Fireworks MX Integration Ch. 11: Flash Integration Basics Ch. 12: Cascading Style Sheets Ch. 13: JavaScript and HTML Part III: An Introduction to Web Scripting Ch. 14: Developing a Web Application Ch. 15: Active Server Pages Ch. 16: Java Sever Pages in the Dreamweaver MX Environment Ch. 17: ColdFusion Ch. 18: PHP Ch. 19: ASP.NET Part IV: Adding Database Features to Your Site Ch. 20: Making a Database Connection Ch. 21: Designing a Relational Database Ch. 22: Setting Up Your Data Ch. 23: An Overview of the Structured Query Language Ch. 24: Adding Database Features to Your Site Ch. 25: User Authentication Part V: Advanced Data Integration Ch. 26: Advanced Data Features Ch. 27: Advanced Scripting Topics Ch. 28: Server Side Flash Integration Ch. 29: E-Commerce with Dreamweaver MX Part VI: Getting The Most Out of Dreamweaver MX Ch. 30: Extensions and the Extension Manager Ch. 31: Dreamweaver MX Extensibility Model Ch. 32: Building Server Behavior Extensions

General Fields

  • : 9780072229431
  • : mcgraw
  • : mcgraw
  • : Contains Paperback and CD-ROM
  • : January 2004
  • : 231mm X 191mm X 50mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Mixed media 300 illustrations
  • : Ray West
  • : Mixed media product
  • : 2nd Revised edition
  • : 005.72
  • : 1008