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Dreamweaver CS3: The Missing Manual. The Missing Manual
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Autor: David Sawyer McFarland
ISBN: 978-0-5965-5448-4
stron: 1024, Format: ebook
Data wydania: 2007-06-22
Księgarnia: Helion

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Welcome to Dreamweaver CS3. This new version of the popular web design software offers a rich environment for building professional sites, with drag-and-drop simplicity, clean HTML code, and dynamic database-driven web site creation tools. Moreover, it's now integrated more tightly with Adobe's other products: Photoshop, InDesign, Flash, and their siblings. But with such sophisticated features, the software isn't simple.

So say hello to Dreamweaver CS3: The Missing Manual, the fifth edition of this bestselling book by experienced web site trainer and author David McFarland. This book helps both first-time and experienced web designers bring stunning, interactive web sites to life. With jargon-free language and clear descriptions, this new edition addresses both beginners who need step-by-step guidance as well as long-time Dreamweaver users who need a handy reference to address the inner-workings of the program.

Dreamweaver CS3: The Missing Manual teaches designers how to construct and manage web sites by examining web-page components and Dreamweaver's capabilities through "live examples". With a complete A-Z guide to designing, organizing, building and deploying a web site for those with no web design experience, this book:

  • Takes you through the basics to advanced techniques to control the appearance of your web pages with CSS
  • Shows you how to design dynamic database-driven web sites, from blogs to product catalogs, and from shopping carts to newsletter signup forms
  • Teaches you how to master your web site, and manage thousands of pages effortlessly
Witty and objective, Dreamweaver CS3: The Missing Manual is a must for anyone who uses this highly popular program, from beginners to professionals. Altogether, it's the ultimate atlas for Dreamweaver CS3.

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  • Dreamweaver CS3: The Missing Manual, 1st Edition
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    • A Note Regarding Supplemental Files
    • The Missing Credits
      • About the Author
      • About the Creative Team
      • Acknowledgements
      • The Missing Manual Series
    • Introduction
      • What Dreamweaver Is All About
        • Why Dreamweaver?
      • Whats New in Dreamweaver CS3
      • HTML, XHTML, and CSS 101
        • Of Tags and Properties
        • XHTML, Too
        • Adding Style with Cascading Style Sheets
      • The Very Basics
      • About This Book
        • About These Arrows
        • Macintosh and Windows
        • About the Outline
        • Living Examples
        • About MissingManuals.com
      • Safari Enabled
    • I. Building a Web Page
      • 1. Dreamweaver CS3 Guided Tour
        • 1.1. The Dreamweaver CS3 Interface
          • 1.1.1. The Document Window
          • 1.1.2. The Insert Bar
          • 1.1.3. The Property Inspector
          • 1.1.4. Panel Groups
          • 1.1.5. Workspace Layouts
        • 1.2. Setting Up a Site
          • 1.2.1. The Site Definition Wizard
          • 1.2.2. Defining a Site the Fast Way
        • 1.3. Creating a Web Page
        • 1.4. The Dreamweaver Test Drive
          • 1.4.1. Phase 1: Getting Dreamweaver in Shape
          • 1.4.2. Phase 2: Creating a Web Site
          • 1.4.3. Phase 3: Creating and Saving a Web Page
          • 1.4.4. Phase 4: Adding Images and Text
          • 1.4.5. Phase 5: Preview Your Work
          • 1.4.6. Phase 6: Finishing the Page
      • 2. Adding Text to Your Web Pages
        • 2.1. Adding Text in Dreamweaver
          • 2.1.1. Adding Special Characters
          • 2.1.2. Line Breaks
          • 2.1.3. Nonbreaking Spaces
          • 2.1.4. Multiple Spaces
          • 2.1.5. Adding a Date to Your Page
        • 2.2. Copying and Pasting Text
          • 2.2.1. Simple Copy and Paste
          • 2.2.2. Paste Special
          • 2.2.3. Pasting Text from Word: The Basic Method
          • 2.2.4. Pasting Text with Word Formatting
          • 2.2.5. Pasting Excel Spreadsheet Information
          • 2.2.6. Importing Word and Excel Documents (Windows)
        • 2.3. Selecting Text
        • 2.4. Spell Checking
          • 2.4.1. About Dictionaries
          • 2.4.2. Performing the Check
        • 2.5. Undo, Redo, and the History Panel
          • 2.5.1. Undo
          • 2.5.2. History Panel
      • 3. Text Formatting
        • 3.1. Paragraph Formatting
          • 3.1.1. Paragraphs
          • 3.1.2. Headlines
          • 3.1.3. Preformatted Text
          • 3.1.4. Paragraph Alignment
          • 3.1.5. Indented Paragraphs
        • 3.2. Creating and Formatting Lists
          • 3.2.1. Bulleted and Numbered Lists
            • 3.2.1.1. Creating a new bulleted or numbered list
            • 3.2.1.2. Formatting existing text as a list
          • 3.2.2. Reformatting Bulleted and Numbered Lists
            • 3.2.2.1. Adding new items to a list
            • 3.2.2.2. Changing bullets and numbers
            • 3.2.2.3. Nested lists
          • 3.2.3. Definition Lists
          • 3.2.4. Removing and Deleting List Items
            • 3.2.4.1. Removing list items
            • 3.2.4.2. Deleting list items
        • 3.3. Character Formatting
          • 3.3.1. Text Styles
          • 3.3.2. Fonts
            • 3.3.2.1. Applying font formatting
            • 3.3.2.2. Creating custom font lists
          • 3.3.3. Font Size
          • 3.3.4. Font Color
          • 3.3.5. Character Formatting Behind the Scenes
          • 3.3.6. Character Formatting Styles
            • 3.3.6.1. Applying styles
            • 3.3.6.2. Removing styles
            • 3.3.6.3. Renaming styles
            • 3.3.6.4. Editing styles
      • 4. Introducing Cascading Style Sheets
        • 4.1. Cascading Style Sheet Basics
          • 4.1.1. Why Use CSS?
          • 4.1.2. Internal vs.External Style Sheets
          • 4.1.3. Types of Styles
        • 4.2. Creating Styles
          • 4.2.1. Phase 1: Set Up the CSS Type
          • 4.2.2. Phase 2: Defining the Style
        • 4.3. Using Styles
          • 4.3.1. Linking to an External Style Sheet
          • 4.3.2. Applying a Class Style
          • 4.3.3. Un-Applying a Class Style
        • 4.4. Manipulating Styles
          • 4.4.1. Editing Styles
          • 4.4.2. Deleting a Style
          • 4.4.3. Renaming a Class Style
          • 4.4.4. Duplicating a Style
        • 4.5. Checking Browser Compatibility
        • 4.6. Text Formatting with CSS
          • 4.6.1. Type Properties
          • 4.6.2. Block Properties
          • 4.6.3. List Properties
        • 4.7. Cascading Style Sheets Tutorial
          • 4.7.1. Setting Up
          • 4.7.2. Creating an External Style Sheet
          • 4.7.3. Using CSS Text Properties
          • 4.7.4. Editing a Style
          • 4.7.5. Creating a Class Style
          • 4.7.6. Attaching an External Style Sheet
      • 5. Links
        • 5.1. Understanding Links
          • 5.1.1. Absolute Links
          • 5.1.2. Document-Relative Links
          • 5.1.3. Root-Relative Links
          • 5.1.4. Link Types in Action
            • 5.1.4.1. Link from the Home page (index.html) to the Contact Us page (contact.html)
            • 5.1.4.2. Link from the Horoscopes page to the Pisces page
            • 5.1.4.3. Link from the Scorpio page to the Horoscopes page
          • 5.1.5. Executive Summary
        • 5.2. Adding a Link
          • 5.2.1. Browsing for a File
          • 5.2.2. Using the Point-to-File Tool
          • 5.2.3. Typing (or Pasting) the URL or Path
          • 5.2.4. Using the Hyperlink Object
        • 5.3. Adding an Email Link
        • 5.4. Linking Within a Web Page
          • 5.4.1. Phase 1: Creating a Named Anchor
          • 5.4.2. Phase 2: Linking to an Anchor
          • 5.4.3. Viewing and Hiding Anchors
        • 5.5. Modifying a Link
          • 5.5.1. Changing a Link's Destination
          • 5.5.2. Removing a Link
        • 5.6. Styling Links
          • 5.6.1. CSS and Links
        • 5.7. Creating a Navigation Menu
          • 5.7.1. Adding a Menu
          • 5.7.2. Adding, Editing, and Removing Links
          • 5.7.3. Changing the Look of the Menu
            • 5.7.3.1. Formatting regular menu buttons
            • 5.7.3.2. Formatting rollover menu buttons
            • 5.7.3.3. Formatting submenu buttons
            • 5.7.3.4. Changing the width of menus and buttons
            • 5.7.3.5. Positioning pop-up menus
            • 5.7.3.6. Removing a Spry menu
        • 5.8. Link Tutorial
          • 5.8.1. Linking to Other Pages and Web Sites
          • 5.8.2. Formatting Links
          • 5.8.3. Adding a Navigation Bar
          • 5.8.4. Styling the Menu Bar
      • 6. Images
        • 6.1. Adding Images
          • 6.1.1. Adding an Image Placeholder
        • 6.2. Inserting an Image from Photoshop
          • 6.2.1. Method 1: Using the Insert Image Object
            • 6.2.1.1. JPEG optimization options
            • 6.2.1.2. GIF and PNG8 optimization options
            • 6.2.1.3. PNG optimization options
          • 6.2.2. Method 2: Copying and Pasting from Photoshop
        • 6.3. Modifying an Image
          • 6.3.1. Naming an Image
          • 6.3.2. Adding a Text Description to an Image
          • 6.3.3. Changing the Size of an Image
          • 6.3.4. Some Properties to Avoid
        • 6.4. Controlling Images with CSS
          • 6.4.1. Wrapping Text Around an Image
          • 6.4.2. Adding Borders
          • 6.4.3. Background Images
            • 6.4.3.1. Background image
            • 6.4.3.2. Background repeat
            • 6.4.3.3. Background attachment
            • 6.4.3.4. Horizontal and vertical position
        • 6.5. Editing Graphics
          • 6.5.1. The Built-In Editing Tools
            • 6.5.1.1. Cropping an image
            • 6.5.1.2. Resampling an image
            • 6.5.1.3. Brightness and contrast
            • 6.5.1.4. Sharpening images
          • 6.5.2. Setting Up an External Editor
          • 6.5.3. Editing Images with Photoshop
          • 6.5.4. Editing Images with Fireworks
          • 6.5.5. Optimizing an Image
        • 6.6. Image Maps
          • 6.6.1. Editing a Hotspot's Properties
        • 6.7. Rollover Images
        • 6.8. Flash Buttons
          • 6.8.1. A Warning About Flash
          • 6.8.2. Adding a Flash Button to a Web Page
          • 6.8.3. Editing Flash Buttons
          • 6.8.4. Previewing Flash Buttons
        • 6.9. Flash Text
          • 6.9.1. Adding Flash Text to a Web Page
            • 6.9.1.1. Editing Flash text
            • 6.9.1.2. Resizing Flash text
        • 6.10. Tutorial: Inserting and Formatting Graphics
          • 6.10.1. Adding a Photo
          • 6.10.2. Inserting a Rollover Image
          • 6.10.3. Using Background Images
      • 7. Tables
        • 7.1. Table Basics
        • 7.2. Inserting a Table
        • 7.3. Selecting Parts of a Table
          • 7.3.1. Selecting a Table
          • 7.3.2. Selecting Rows or Columns
          • 7.3.3. Selecting Cells
        • 7.4. Expanded Table Mode
        • 7.5. Formatting Tables
          • 7.5.1. Aligning Tables
          • 7.5.2. Clearing Height and Width Values
          • 7.5.3. Decorating a Table
          • 7.5.4. Resizing a Table
        • 7.6. Modifying Cell and Row Properties
          • 7.6.1. Alignment Properties
          • 7.6.2. Table Header
          • 7.6.3. A Property to Forget
          • 7.6.4. Cell Decoration
          • 7.6.5. Setting Cell Dimensions
          • 7.6.6. Tips for Surviving Table Making
            • 7.6.6.1. The contents take priority
            • 7.6.6.2. There's no such thing as column widthonly cell width
            • 7.6.6.3. Do the math
        • 7.7. Adding and Removing Cells
          • 7.7.1. Adding One Row or Column
          • 7.7.2. Adding Multiple Rows or Columns
          • 7.7.3. Deleting Rows and Columns
        • 7.8. Merging and Splitting Cells
        • 7.9. Tabular Data
          • 7.9.1. Importing Data into a Table
          • 7.9.2. Sorting Data in a Table
          • 7.9.3. Exporting Table Data
        • 7.10. Tables Tutorial
          • 7.10.1. Adding a Table and Data
          • 7.10.2. Modifying the Table
          • 7.10.3. Formatting the Table
          • 7.10.4. Final Improvements
    • II. Building a Better Web Page
      • 8. advanced css
        • 8.1. Advanced Styles
          • 8.1.1. IDs
          • 8.1.2. Descendent Selectors
          • 8.1.3. Styling Groups of Tags
        • 8.2. Fast Style Editing
        • 8.3. Moving and Managing Styles
        • 8.4. More about CSS
          • 8.4.1. Inheritance
          • 8.4.2. The Cascade
          • 8.4.3. The Other Side of the CSS Styles Panel
        • 8.5. Styling for Print
          • 8.5.1. Previewing Media Styles in Dreamweaver
          • 8.5.2. Tips for Printer Style Sheets
      • 9. Page Layout
        • 9.1. Types of Web Page Layouts
        • 9.2. Float Layout Basics
          • 9.2.1. The Mighty <div> Tag
          • 9.2.2. The Insert Div Tag Tool
          • 9.2.3. A Simple Example
        • 9.3. Understanding the Box Model
        • 9.4. Dreamweaver's CSS Layouts
          • 9.4.1. The Structure of Dreamweaver's CSS Layouts
        • 9.5. Modifying Dreamweaver's CSS Layouts
          • 9.5.1. Making General Changes
          • 9.5.2. Fixed Layouts
          • 9.5.3. Liquid Layouts
          • 9.5.4. Elastic Layouts
        • 9.6. Absolute Positioning
          • 9.6.1. The CSS Positioning Properties
            • 9.6.1.1. Positioning type
            • 9.6.1.2. Width and height
            • 9.6.1.3. Visibility
            • 9.6.1.4. Z-index
            • 9.6.1.5. Overflow
            • 9.6.1.6. Placement
            • 9.6.1.7. Clip
        • 9.7. Adding an AP Div to Your Page
        • 9.8. Drawing AP Divs
        • 9.9. The AP Elements Panel
        • 9.10. Modifying AP Element Properties
          • 9.10.1. Resizing Absolutely Positioned Elements
          • 9.10.2. Moving AP Elements
          • 9.10.3. Aligning AP Elements
          • 9.10.4. Background Image and Color
        • 9.11. Nesting AP Divs
        • 9.12. CSS Layout Tutorial
          • 9.12.1. Adding Content
          • 9.12.2. Applying Some Style
          • 9.12.3. Fine-Tuning the Layout
          • 9.12.4. Finishing Touches
      • 10. Under the Hood: HTML
        • 10.1. Roundtrip HTML
          • 10.1.1. Auto-Fixing Your Code
          • 10.1.2. Web Application Server Pages
          • 10.1.3. Special Characters and Encoding
        • 10.2. Code View
          • 10.2.1. Coding Toolbar
          • 10.2.2. Code Hints
          • 10.2.3. Code Collapse
          • 10.2.4. Setting Code Formatting
            • 10.2.4.1. Indents
            • 10.2.4.2. Text wrapping
            • 10.2.4.3. Line breaks
            • 10.2.4.4. Case for tags and attributes
            • 10.2.4.5. TD tag
            • 10.2.4.6. Advanced formatting options
        • 10.3. Quick Tag Editor
          • 10.3.1. Using the Quick Tag Editor
        • 10.4. Tag Inspector
        • 10.5. Comparing Versions of a Web Page
          • 10.5.1. Using WinMerge to Compare Files
          • 10.5.2. Using Text Wrangler to Compare Files
        • 10.6. Reference Panel
        • 10.7. Inserting JavaScript
    • III. Bringing Your Pages to Life
      • 11. Forms
        • 11.1. Form Basics
          • 11.1.1. The Code Backstage
        • 11.2. Creating a Form
        • 11.3. Adding Form Elements
          • 11.3.1. What All Form Elements Have in Common
          • 11.3.2. Text Fields
          • 11.3.3. Checkboxes
          • 11.3.4. Radio Buttons and Radio Groups
            • 11.3.4.1. Radio Group
          • 11.3.5. Pull-Down Menus and Lists
          • 11.3.6. File Field
          • 11.3.7. Hidden Field
          • 11.3.8. Buttons
          • 11.3.9. Label Tag
          • 11.3.10. Fieldset Tag
        • 11.4. Validating Forms
          • 11.4.1. Spry Validation Basics
          • 11.4.2. Formatting Spry Error Messages and Fields
          • 11.4.3. Spry Text Field
            • 11.4.3.1. Validation types
            • 11.4.3.2. Custom validation
            • 11.4.3.3. Enforcing a pattern
            • 11.4.3.4. Supplying a hint
            • 11.4.3.5. Limiting characters and enforcing a range of values
          • 11.4.4. Spry Text Area
          • 11.4.5. Spry Checkbox
          • 11.4.6. Spry Select
        • 11.5. Forms Tutorial
          • 11.5.1. Inserting a Form and Adding a Form Field
          • 11.5.2. Adding a Spry Validation Text Field
          • 11.5.3. Adding a Spry Form Menu
          • 11.5.4. Add Spry Checkboxes
          • 11.5.5. Completing and Testing the Form
      • 12. Spry
        • 12.1. What is Spry?
        • 12.2. Tabbed Panels
          • 12.2.1. Adding a Tabbed Panel
          • 12.2.2. Adding and Editing Panel Content
          • 12.2.3. Formatting Tabbed Panels
        • 12.3. Accordions
          • 12.3.1. Adding an Accordion
          • 12.3.2. Adding and Editing Accordion Content
          • 12.3.3. Formatting a Spry Accordion
        • 12.4. Collapsible Panels
          • 12.4.1. Adding a Collapsible Panel
          • 12.4.2. Adding Content to a Collapsible Panel
          • 12.4.3. Formatting a Collapsible Panel
        • 12.5. Spry Data Sets
          • 12.5.1. What Is XML?
          • 12.5.2. Rules of the Road
          • 12.5.3. Inserting a Spry Data Set
          • 12.5.4. Creating a Spry Region
          • 12.5.5. The Bindings Panel
          • 12.5.6. Spry Repeating Region
          • 12.5.7. Spry Repeat Lists
          • 12.5.8. Spry Table
          • 12.5.9. Adding a Detail Region
      • 13. Dreamweaver Behaviors
        • 13.1. Understanding Behaviors
          • 13.1.1. Behavior Elements
          • 13.1.2. More about Events
        • 13.2. Applying Behaviors
          • 13.2.1. The Behaviors Panel
          • 13.2.2. Applying Behaviors, Step by Step
          • 13.2.3. Adding Multiple Behaviors
          • 13.2.4. Editing Behaviors
          • 13.2.5. A Quick Example
        • 13.3. Events
          • 13.3.1. Mouse Events
          • 13.3.2. Keyboard Events
          • 13.3.3. Body and Frameset Events
          • 13.3.4. Selection and Highlighting Events
          • 13.3.5. Form Events
        • 13.4. The Actions, One by One
          • 13.4.1. Spry Effects
            • 13.4.1.1. Appear/Fade
            • 13.4.1.2. Blind
            • 13.4.1.3. Grow/Shrink
            • 13.4.1.4. Highlight
            • 13.4.1.5. Shake
            • 13.4.1.6. Slide
            • 13.4.1.7. Squish
          • 13.4.2. Navigation Actions
            • 13.4.2.1. Open Browser Window
            • 13.4.2.2. Go to URL
            • 13.4.2.3. Jump Menu and Jump Menu Go
            • 13.4.2.4. Check Plugin
          • 13.4.3. Image Actions
            • 13.4.3.1. Preload Images
            • 13.4.3.2. Swap Image
            • 13.4.3.3. Swap Image Restore
            • 13.4.3.4. Set Navigation Bar Image
          • 13.4.4. Message Actions
            • 13.4.4.1. Popup Message
            • 13.4.4.2. Set Text of Status Bar
            • 13.4.4.3. Set Text of Text Field
            • 13.4.4.4. Set Text of Container
            • 13.4.4.5. Text of Frame
          • 13.4.5. Element Actions
            • 13.4.5.1. Show-Hide Elements
            • 13.4.5.2. Draggable and Animated Divs
        • 13.5. Advanced Behaviors
          • 13.5.1. Call JavaScript
          • 13.5.2. Change Property
        • 13.6. Adding More Behaviors
      • 14. Flash and Other Multimedia
        • 14.1. Flash: An Introduction
          • 14.1.1. Inserting a Flash Movie
          • 14.1.2. Flash Movie Properties
            • 14.1.2.1. Naming a Flash movie
            • 14.1.2.2. The movie file
            • 14.1.2.3. Src property
            • 14.1.2.4. Movie size
            • 14.1.2.5. Play options
            • 14.1.2.6. Margins
            • 14.1.2.7. Quality settings
            • 14.1.2.8. Scaling
            • 14.1.2.9. Alignment
            • 14.1.2.10. Background color
        • 14.2. Adding Flash Videos
        • 14.3. The Land of Obsolete Web Technology
    • IV. Building a Web Site
      • 15. Introducing Site Management
        • 15.1. Structuring a Web Site
          • 15.1.1. Defining a Site
            • 15.1.1.1. Site name
            • 15.1.1.2. Local root folder
            • 15.1.1.3. Default images folder
            • 15.1.1.4. Links relative to
            • 15.1.1.5. HTTP address
            • 15.1.1.6. Case-sensitive links
            • 15.1.1.7. Cache
          • 15.1.2. Editing or Removing Defined Sites
          • 15.1.3. Exporting and Importing Sites
          • 15.1.4. Organizing Site Files
          • 15.1.5. Modifying the Files Panel View
          • 15.1.6. Adding New Folders and Files
            • 15.1.6.1. Adding files
            • 15.1.6.2. Adding folders
            • 15.1.6.3. Moving files and folders
            • 15.1.6.4. Renaming files and folders
            • 15.1.6.5. Deleting files and folders
        • 15.2. Site Assets
          • 15.2.1. Viewing the Assets Panel
          • 15.2.2. Inserting Assets
            • 15.2.2.1. Adding color and link assets
          • 15.2.3. Favorite Assets
            • 15.2.3.1. Identifying your Favorites
            • 15.2.3.2. Using your Favorites
            • 15.2.3.3. Removing Favorites
            • 15.2.3.4. Organizing Favorite assets
      • 16. Testing Your Site
        • 16.1. Site Launch Checklist
        • 16.2. Find and Fix Broken Links
          • 16.2.1. Finding Broken Links
            • 16.2.1.1. Checking just one page
            • 16.2.1.2. Checking specific pages
            • 16.2.1.3. Checking the entire Web site
          • 16.2.2. Fixing Broken Links
          • 16.2.3. Listing External Links
          • 16.2.4. Orphaned Files
          • 16.2.5. Changing a Link Throughout a Site
        • 16.3. Validating Web Pages
          • 16.3.1. Steps for Validating Web Pages
          • 16.3.2. Common Validation Errors
        • 16.4. Cleaning Up HTML (and XHTML)
        • 16.5. Site Reporting
        • 16.6. Accessibility
          • 16.6.1. Accessibility Priorities
          • 16.6.2. Accessibility Options
        • 16.7. Download Statistics
      • 17. Moving Your Site to the Internet
        • 17.1. Defining a Remote Site
          • 17.1.1. Setting Up a Remote Site with FTP
          • 17.1.2. Setting Up a Remote Site over a Local Network
          • 17.1.3. Setting Up a Remote Site with RDS
          • 17.1.4. Setting Up a Remote Site with WebDAV
          • 17.1.5. Setting Up a Remote Site with SourceSafe
        • 17.2. Transferring Files
          • 17.2.1. Moving Files to the Web Server
            • 17.2.1.1. Other ways to move files to the Web server
          • 17.2.2. Getting Files from the Web Server
          • 17.2.3. Cloaking Files
        • 17.3. Check In and Check Out
          • 17.3.1. Checking Out Files
          • 17.3.2. Checking In Files
        • 17.4. Synchronizing Site Files
        • 17.5. Communicating with Design Notes
          • 17.5.1. Setting Up Design Notes
          • 17.5.2. Adding Design Notes to a File
          • 17.5.3. Viewing Design Notes
          • 17.5.4. Organizing the Columns in the Files Panel
          • 17.5.5. "All Info" Design Notes in Column Views
            • 17.5.5.1. Phase 1: Defining the new information types
            • 17.5.5.2. Phase 2: Adding the column
    • V. Dreamweaver CS3 Power
      • 18. Snippets and Libraries
        • 18.1. Snippets Basics
        • 18.2. Using Snippets
        • 18.3. Creating Snippets
          • 18.3.1. Organizing Snippets
        • 18.4. Built-in Snippets
        • 18.5. Library Basics
        • 18.6. Creating and Using Library Items
          • 18.6.1. Adding Library Items to a Page
        • 18.7. Editing Library Items
          • 18.7.1. Renaming Library Elements
          • 18.7.2. Deleting Library Elements
        • 18.8. Snippets and Library Tutorial
          • 18.8.1. Creating a Snippet
          • 18.8.2. Creating a Library Item
      • 19. Templates
        • 19.1. Template Basics
        • 19.2. Creating a Template
          • 19.2.1. Turning a Web Page into a Template
          • 19.2.2. Building a Template from Scratch
        • 19.3. Defining Editable Regions
          • 19.3.1. Adding a Basic Editable Region
          • 19.3.2. Adding a Repeating Region
          • 19.3.3. Repeating Tables
          • 19.3.4. Making a Tag Attribute Editable
        • 19.4. Adding Optional Regions
          • 19.4.1. Locking Optional Regions
          • 19.4.2. Repeating Optional Regions
          • 19.4.3. Optional Editable Regions
          • 19.4.4. Advanced Optional Regions
            • 19.4.4.1. Even fancier tricks
            • 19.4.4.2. Controlling regions with expressions
          • 19.4.5. Editing and Removing Optional Regions
        • 19.5. Nested Templates
          • 19.5.1. Customizing Nested Templates
          • 19.5.2. Using Nested Templates
        • 19.6. Building Pages Based on a Template
          • 19.6.1. Working with Repeating Regions
          • 19.6.2. Changing Properties of Editable Tag Attributes
          • 19.6.3. Hiding and Showing Optional Regions
          • 19.6.4. Applying Templates to Existing Pages
        • 19.7. Updating a Template
          • 19.7.1. Updating Nested Templates
          • 19.7.2. Unlinking a Page from a Template
          • 19.7.3. Exporting a Template-Based Site
        • 19.8. Template Tutorial
          • 19.8.1. Creating a Template
          • 19.8.2. Creating a Page Based on a Template
          • 19.8.3. Creating Another Template-Based Page
          • 19.8.4. Updating a Template
      • 20. Automating Dreamweaver
        • 20.1. The History Panel Revisited
          • 20.1.1. Replay Your Steps
          • 20.1.2. Exceptions and Errors
          • 20.1.3. Copying and Pasting Actions
          • 20.1.4. Save Steps as Commands
          • 20.1.5. Recording Commands
        • 20.2. Find and Replace
          • 20.2.1. Find and Replace Basics
          • 20.2.2. Basic Text and HTML Searches
            • 20.2.2.1. Phase 1: Determine the scope of your search
            • 20.2.2.2. Phase 2: Specify what to search for
            • 20.2.2.3. Phase 3: Provide the replacement text
            • 20.2.2.4. Phase 4: Choose the search settings
            • 20.2.2.5. Phase 5: Take action
          • 20.2.3. Advanced Text Searches
            • 20.2.3.1. Limiting the search by tag
            • 20.2.3.2. Limiting the search by attribute
          • 20.2.4. Advanced Tag Searches
          • 20.2.5. A Powerful Example: Adding Alt Text Fast
      • 21. Customizing Dreamweaver
        • 21.1. Keyboard Shortcuts
          • 21.1.1. Make Your Own Shortcut Set
          • 21.1.2. Changing Keyboard Shortcuts
          • 21.1.3. Create a Shortcut Cheat Sheet
        • 21.2. Dreamweaver Extensions
          • 21.2.1. Browse the Exchange
          • 21.2.2. Find a Good Extension
          • 21.2.3. Other Extension Sources
          • 21.2.4. Download and Install Extensions
          • 21.2.5. Extension Manager
          • 21.2.6. Make Your Own Extensions
    • VI. Dynamic Dreamweaver
      • 22. Getting Started with Dynamic Web Sites
        • 22.1. Pieces of the Puzzle
          • 22.1.1. Understanding Server Models
            • 22.1.1.1. PHP
            • 22.1.1.2. .NET
            • 22.1.1.3. ASP
            • 22.1.1.4. ColdFusion
            • 22.1.1.5. JSP
          • 22.1.2. Picking a Server Model
        • 22.2. Dynamic Web Sites: The Setup
          • 22.2.1. Setting Up a Testing Server for Windows
          • 22.2.2. Setting Up a Testing Server for Mac OS X
          • 22.2.3. Localhost and the Htdocs Folder
          • 22.2.4. Setting Up Dreamweaver
        • 22.3. Creating a Dynamic Page
        • 22.4. Databases: A Quick Introduction
          • 22.4.1. Tables and Records
          • 22.4.2. Relational Databases
        • 22.5. Loading a Database
        • 22.6. Connecting to a Database
          • 22.6.1. Exploring the Databases Panel
      • 23. Adding Dynamic Data to Your Pages
        • 23.1. Retrieving Information
          • 23.1.1. Understanding Recordsets
          • 23.1.2. Creating Recordsets
          • 23.1.3. Filtering Information
          • 23.1.4. Comparison Operators for Filters
            • 23.1.4.1. Comparing text values
            • 23.1.4.2. Comparing numbers
          • 23.1.5. Getting Comparison Values
            • 23.1.5.1. Form variables
            • 23.1.5.2. URL parameters
            • 23.1.5.3. Creating a link with a URL parameter
            • 23.1.5.4. Creating the recordset for the results page
          • 23.1.6. Advanced Recordsets and SQL
            • 23.1.6.1. SQL: the very basics
            • 23.1.6.2. Using the Data Tree view
            • 23.1.6.3. Creating variables for filtering data
          • 23.1.7. Reusing Recordsets
          • 23.1.8. Editing Recordsets
          • 23.1.9. Deleting Recordsets
        • 23.2. Adding Dynamic Information
          • 23.2.1. The Bindings Panel
          • 23.2.2. Formatting Dynamic Information
          • 23.2.3. Deleting Dynamic Information
        • 23.3. Displaying Multiple Records
          • 23.3.1. Creating a Repeating Table
          • 23.3.2. Creating a Repeat Region
          • 23.3.3. Editing and Removing a Repeat Region
        • 23.4. Recordset Navigation
          • 23.4.1. Recordset Navigation Bar
          • 23.4.2. Recordset Navigation Status
        • 23.5. Viewing Live Data
          • 23.5.1. Live Data View Settings
        • 23.6. Master Detail Page Set
        • 23.7. Passing Information Between Pages
          • 23.7.1. Go To Detail Page
          • 23.7.2. Go To Related Page
        • 23.8. Tutorial: Displaying Database Info
          • 23.8.1. Creating a Recordset
          • 23.8.2. Live Data View and Creating Repeating Regions
          • 23.8.3. Editing a Recordset and Linking to a Detail Page
          • 23.8.4. Building the Detailed Product Page
          • 23.8.5. Filling in the Details
          • 23.8.6. Operators Standing By
      • 24. Web Pages that Manipulate Database Records
        • 24.1. Adding Data
          • 24.1.1. Dreamweaver's Record Insertion Form Wizard
          • 24.1.2. Using the Insert Record Behavior
        • 24.2. Updating Database Records
          • 24.2.1. The Update Record Form Wizard
          • 24.2.2. The Update Record Server Behavior
        • 24.3. Dynamic Form Fields
          • 24.3.1. Dynamic Text Form Fields
          • 24.3.2. Dynamic Checkboxes and Radio Buttons
            • 24.3.2.1. Dynamic radio buttons
            • 24.3.2.2. Dynamic checkboxes
          • 24.3.3. Dynamic Menus and Lists
        • 24.4. Deleting Records
          • 24.4.1. Deleting Records for ASP and JSP
          • 24.4.2. Deleting Records for PHP, ASP.NET, and ColdFusion
        • 24.5. Tutorial: Inserting and Updating Data
          • 24.5.1. Adding an Insert Product Page
          • 24.5.2. Finishing the Insert Form
          • 24.5.3. Building a Page for Editing Database Records
            • 24.5.3.1. Linking to the update page
            • 24.5.3.2. Creating the update page
          • 24.5.4. Creating and Linking to the Delete Page
            • 24.5.4.1. Adding a link on the details page
            • 24.5.4.2. Creating the delete page
      • 25. Advanced Dynamic Site Features
        • 25.1. Password-Protecting Web Pages
          • 25.1.1. The Users Table
          • 25.1.2. Creating a Registration Form
          • 25.1.3. Creating the Login Page
          • 25.1.4. The Log Out User Behavior
          • 25.1.5. Protecting Individual Pages
        • 25.2. Additional Data Sources
          • 25.2.1. For PHP and ColdFusion
          • 25.2.2. For ASP
          • 25.2.3. For JSP
          • 25.2.4. URL Variables
          • 25.2.5. Form Variables
          • 25.2.6. Cookies
          • 25.2.7. Session Variables
          • 25.2.8. Server Variables
        • 25.3. Advanced Server Behaviors
          • 25.3.1. Recordset Paging
          • 25.3.2. Show Region Server Behaviors
        • 25.4. Tutorial: Authentication
          • 25.4.1. Building a Login Page
          • 25.4.2. Password-Protecting the Administration Pages
          • 25.4.3. Displaying a Portion of a Page to Logged-In Users
      • 26. Server-Side XML and XSLT
        • 26.1. Understanding the Technologies
        • 26.2. Creating Dynamic Pages with XSLT and XML
        • 26.3. Inserting and Formatting XML
          • 26.3.1. Inserting a Repeat Region
            • 26.3.1.1. Building a repeat-region filter
          • 26.3.2. Inserting a Conditional Region
          • 26.3.3. Using Multiple Conditional Regions
        • 26.4. Advanced XSLT Tricks
          • 26.4.1. Sorting Data in a Repeat Region
          • 26.4.2. Using XSLT Parameters
    • VII. Appendixes
      • A. Getting Help
        • A.1. Getting Help from Dreamweaver
          • A.1.1. What's New
          • A.1.2. Detailed Assistance
        • A.2. Getting Help from Adobe
          • A.2.1. Adobe Web Site
          • A.2.2. Paid Support
          • A.2.3. The Forums
        • A.3. Help from the Real World
          • A.3.1. DMX Zone
          • A.3.2. Community MX
        • A.4. Help Creating Your Own Extensions
      • B. Dreamweaver CS3, Menu by Menu
        • B.1. File Menu
        • B.2. Edit Menu
        • B.3. View Menu
        • B.4. Insert Menu
        • B.5. Modify Menu
        • B.6. Text Menu
        • B.7. Commands Menu
        • B.8. Site Menu
        • B.9. Window Menu
        • B.10. Help Menu
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