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Accessibility Tutorials

A collection of tutorials to help web designers understand accessibility issues.

Accessify. Resources>Tutorials>Accessibility>Web Design

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Build a Creative "Swirl Animated Menu" with Flash CS4

Flash. It’s a powerful application and can be really complex, but even beginners can create a cool menu for demonstration or for use in a personal site. The menu that we will create is simple, but the swirl animation is something that you don’t see everywhere, for that I’ve decided to explain one way to make an animation of growing swirls without any Action Script code.You will also learn how to import artwork from illustrator where I’ve pre-made the graphics, the work is very simple and the result will be very cool.

Santos, Mario. Tech Labs, The (2009). Resources>Tutorials>Interaction Design>Flash

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Dreamweaver 4 Tutorial: A Guide for New Users

If you've been thinking of making the jump to Dreamweaver, you couldn't find a better time than now. Version 4 was recently released and has earned a slew of glowing reviews. We've prepared this guide with new users in mind, those who have intranet or Internet experience, but haven't tried Dreamweaver before. The instructions that follow are for Dreamweaver 4.

Dreier, Troy A. Intranet Journal (2000). Resources>Tutorials>Web Design>Dreamweaver

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Dreamweaver Tutorials: Getting Started

Learn how you can get up and running quickly with Dreamweaver MX. Watch these tutorial movies, and get started today.

Adobe (2004). Resources>Tutorials>Streaming>Dreamweaver

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Getting Started with Flash Video

In this brief tutorial you will learn how to build a simple Macromedia Flash video project in just five easy steps.

Adobe (2004). Resources>Tutorials>Streaming>Flash

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Introduction to Macromedia Dreamweaver (I)   (members only)

Macromedia Dreamweaver is a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor used for web page creation. This video will guide you through the first use of Dreamweaver MX. It is followed by Introduction to Macromedia Dreamweaver (II).

Hegelheimer, Volker. Iowa State University (2003). Resources>Tutorials>Streaming>Dreamweaver

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Introduction to Macromedia Dreamweaver (II)   (members only)

Macromedia Dreamweaver is a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor used for web page creation. This video will continue to guide you through the first use of Dreamweaver MX. It follows Introduction to Macromedia Dreamweaver (I).

Hegelheimer, Volker. Iowa State University (2003). Resources>Tutorials>Streaming>Dreamweaver

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A Macromedia Dreamweaver Tutorial

This tutorial will start off by guiding you through the first steps of building a site with Dreamweaver. Next, we'll look at more advanced elements, like adding media and remotely managing a site. This tutorial focuses on Dreamweaver 3, so if you're using an earlier version, you'll find that some of the features discussed are not available.

Dreier, Troy A. Intranet Journal. Resources>Tutorials>Web Design>Dreamweaver

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NetTuts+ Tutorials

Nettuts+ is a site aimed at web developers and designers offering tutorials and articles on technologies, skills and techniques to improve how you design and build websites. We cover HTML, CSS, Javascript, CMS’s, PHP and Ruby on Rails.

NetTuts. Resources>Tutorials>Web Design

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Planet Photoshop

Tutorials on various image-editing techniques using Adobe Photoshop.

Planet Photoshop. Resources>Tutorials>Graphic Design>Adobe Photoshop

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Searching the World-Wide Web

The Internet is a terrific resource.  It contains hundreds of web sites dedicated to thousands of topics.  With so many sites, it is easy to get lost.  Knowing the types of search tools available and mastering some general search tips can make your search more profitable. Use caution when searching the web, though.  Anybody with access to the Internet can post web sites about topics that interest them.  These sites are not always accurate.  Therefore, it also is a good idea to learn how to evaluate web sites.  The Purdue University Library system's Core+ Tutorial provides helpful guidelines for evaluating sources.

Purdue University (1997). Resources>Tutorials>Online>Search

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Tutorial: Introduction to JavaScript

JavaScript is an easy-to-learn programming language which can be built into Web pages, so that it executes from within the browser rather than on the web server. Intranets especially can leverage the power of JavaScript to create 'smart' Web pages which can process data and interact with the user. In this introduction we concisely look at the main programming points of the JavaScript language.

Weiss, Aaron. Intranet Journal. Resources>Tutorials>DHTML>JavaScript

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Word Tips and Tricks: Movies for Authors

These flash movies can be redistributed freely on your Web site or intranet, on condition that they are not altered or amended in any way. If you view them on this Web site, they will open in second window.

Cherryleaf (2003). Resources>Tutorials>Software>Microsoft Word

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