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Title: Archival Copy: Dreamweaver MX2004 Basics [website]
Authors: Fuchs, Sara
Peterek, Libby
Robertson, Holly
Keywords: tutorial
School of Information
Dreamweaver MX2004
web development
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: School of Information, University of Texas
Abstract: Website construction and maintenance is quickly becoming a necessary skill in both academic and working spheres. Whether you're new to web design or just new to Dreamweaver, this tutorial will help explain the ins and outs of this popular program. By the end, you'll be able to create web pages with ease. This tutorial has the following objectives: * Explore interface, menus & properties manager * Create a basic web page * Add text, links, tables and images * Change fonts and alignment * Review transferring files and images to the server and learn techniques for effective management of your server space. Dreamweaver is a web development tool that is available on all of the computers in the IT Lab. It can also be purchased for about $100 from the Campus Computer Store. For creating a simple web page, it may have more functionality than you really need. For large sites, however, the many features of Dreamweaver are invaluable.
Description: Archival Copy of Dreamweaver MX2004 Basics website
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2081/2515
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