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CSS Web Sites with Dreamweaver MX.pdf
CSS Web Sites with Dreamweaver MX
Rachel Andrew & Molly E. Holzschlag
The purpose of this book is not to persuade you to use CSS. The fact that you've bought it shows that you want to get to grips with Style Sheets. It might be that you want to see what all the fuss is about, or that you're a convert to the idea and can't wait to get designing. Maybe you don't want to be bothered, but a client or boss demands a CSS site. We're not here to preach, but we do believe that, once you've started designing sites this way, you'll appreciate the future simplicity of CSS design- once you've scaled the learning curve.
Because CSS was largely adopted by the developer community, who are generally handcoders, most of the information out there on CSS web development is focused on those who are entirely comfortable with code, and mostly aimed at those who hand-roll sites using a text editor.
This book is for Dreamweaver developers. It assumes you have a working knowledge of Dreamweaver MX or MX 2004 (it doesn't matter which, because although MX 2004's CSS support has a better user interface than MX has, the techniques and tutorials work the same. We point out the important differences in the text as we go through). This book doesn't teach you Dreamweaver. It shows you how to make CSS sites using Dreamweaver as your development tool.
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