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Consistent Web Design with Dreamweaver Templates

Templates are a fantastic time-saving tool. They allow you to create pages that share the same design but contain different content. If you modify a template document, you immediately update the design of all pages that were created from that template.

Fletcher, Mark. Adobe (2004). Design>Web Design>Software>Dreamweaver

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Dreamweaver 8 Tutorial

Whether you're creating a personal page for your family, a school or classroom web site, or one for your small business, Dreamweaver is a powerful tool that will help get the job done. Each Dreamweaver tutorial features text and screen shots, and some include narrated multimedia tutorials in Flash.

Anderson, Ben. Guides and Tutorials (2007). Articles>Web Design>Software>Dreamweaver

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#24479

Dreamweaver MX: Insert an Accessible Table

Dreamweaver can create accessible Web content for users who have impairments. The Insert Accessible Table feature creates accessible table content for users who use a screen reader to experience the Web. Dreamweaver supports JAWS for Windows, from Freedom Scientific, and Window Eyes screen readers, from GW Micro.

Berg, Debbie. WebDeb (2003). Design>Web Design>Software>Dreamweaver

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#24480

Dreamweaver MX: Site Cloaking

Use site cloaking to prevent certain files and folders from being uploaded or downloaded.

Berg, Debbie. WebDeb (2003). Design>Web Design>Software>Dreamweaver

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#21310

Dreamweaver Primer

So, you’ve read the article, 'HTML Wireframes and Prototypes: All Gain and No Pain' and now want you want to make an HTML wireframe or prototype. This an easy and pain-free process, using Macromedia Dreamweaver 4.0. Follow this step-by-step guide and you'll be up and prototyping in a jiffy.

Stanford, Julie. Boxes and Arrows (2003). Articles>Web Design>Software>Dreamweaver

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#31187

Dreamweaver Tutorial

Defining a site is one of the more complicated procedures in Dreamweaver, so do not attempt this process unless you have some time, patience, and knowledge of how to transfer files to your server space.

Cramer, Dan. Ereunao (2007). Articles>Web Design>Software>Dreamweaver

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#32874

How to Make Accessible Web Content Using Dreamweaver

Dreamweaver allows developers to be prompted when inserting certain web elements that may need accessibility attributes added to them. Unfortunately, these options are disabled in the preferences by default.ImportantBy default, the accessibility options are disabled in Dreamweaver MX. Once selected, Dreamweaver will display a prompt for accessibility features when each of the identified elements are inserted into a document.

WebAIM (2007). Articles>Web Design>Software>Dreamweaver

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#29319

Lock Down that Layout!

Dreamweaver's Layers let you position images, text, movies and more with the same drag-and-drop ease print designers enjoy. Here's how to use them.

Blake, Geoff. Creative Pro (2006). Design>Web Design>Software>Dreamweaver

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#20489

Macromedia Dreamweaver Tips

Tips and tricks for using Macromedia Dreamwaver - all versions. Get the most out of Dreamweaver with extensions, tools, and other tips.

Kyrnin, Jennifer. About.com. Resources>Web Design>Software>Dreamweaver

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#27556

Precisely Positioning DIV Tags in Your Page From Design View

Not everybody likes working in code view, indeed I would guess that many folks purchase Dreamweaver just so they don't have to work in code view. In this article we will look at how you can insert DIV tags into your code, precisely. We will do this from Dreamweaver's design view by making good use of the insert div tag function that can be found on the insert bar.

Senior, Adrian. Community MX (2006). Design>Web Design>Software>Dreamweaver

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Site Building With Dreamweaver's Power Tools: Templates

Templates are a core tool in Dreamweaver--and one that's gaining in importance and use. Many designers employ templates at the most basic level to ramp up their production efforts; however, an equal number of designers now avoid them because incorrect setup and application left a bad taste. The benefits of templates far outweigh the time required to master them and it's definitely worth understanding how to do them right.

Lowery, Joseph. Layers Magazine (2005). Design>Web Design>Software>Dreamweaver

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#27161

To Dream, Weave, or Read The Front Page?

What You See Is What You Get Editors (referred to as WYSIWYG editors from here after) are programs that have been written specifically to aid in the development of Websites and their components, I say components as in this day and age database management and script setup have major parts to play within the editors. In the next ten minutes you will realise that WYSIWYG editors are not the way to go.

Harrop, Jamie. DevBay (2005). Articles>Web Design>Software>Dreamweaver

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