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  1. Computer Based Training Cafe
    CBT Cafe stands for Computer Based Training Cafe. We offer free web based software training and web based software tutorials for multimedia and graphic design in HTML, QuickTimeŽ Video, and Flash video training formats. We cover the most popular web design and graphics software programs, including: Flash MX, Fireworks MX, Dreamweaver MX, Photoshop, Cleaner 5, QuickTime, Ebay, and PowerPoint.
       
  2. Dreamweaver Behaviors 
    Use the Dreamweaver behaviors panel to create jump menus, swap images, pop-up windows, play sound, validate forms and more. Dreamweaver behaviors make it easy to add interactivity to your site. Try out all the cool stuff possible using Dreamweaver behaviors. Behaviors allow visitors to interact with a Web page to change the page in different ways. While using behaviors you need to specify the action and also the event that triggers that action. 
      
  3. Dreamweaver 4 Overview
    Good news, all of you Dreamweaver fans out there: Version 4 of the software has hit the shelves, and it has a host of new bells and whistles for you to play with. There are new graphics editing features, a revamped user interface design, improved code handling support, and a heap of features specifically designed to help you get the most out of your Web development experience.By increasing the developer-friendliness of Dreamweaver in this version, Macromedia -- also the proud parent of Flash, Fireworks, and Generator -- looks to be really making it's move to become the one-stop shop for all of the development tools you need, and there's a great deal of inbreeding and cross-referencing among the Macromedia products.
      
  4. Dreamweaver Tutorial
    Macromedia Dreamweaver is a powerful WYSIWYG site building tool, one just as respected for what it does do as what it doesn't. What it does offer is an intuitive environment for building cross-platform sites. What it doesn't do is alter existing HTML by inserting esoteric tags that add nothing but weight. Dreamweaver is a favorite of multimedia designers, since it easily integrates with other Macromedia applications, like Flash and Shockwave. It's probably a less popular choice for small staffs or corporate sites, since it doesn't come with a library of Web-ready graphics, like FrontPage and NetObjects does. 
      
  5. Dreamweaver and Fireworks
    In this introductory tutorial to the Fireworks interface you'll learn how to create a new document, set canvas size and color, and open existing documents. A quick overview of many of the fundamentals you'll need to know to begin working with Fireworks.One of the most exciting and talked about new features in Fireworks 4 was the introduction of pop-up menus. A terrific new navigational tool, much of the talk about pop-ups has been something like "Why don't my #+$@&*!!! pop-ups work correctly?" The truth is, using pop-ups is not something that you can do on a whim, like inserting a new rollover into a template page and then updating your site based on how the template has changed.
      
  6. A Macromedia Dreamweaver Tutorial
    Macromedia Dreamweaver is a powerful WYSIWYG site building tool, one just as respected for what it does do as what it doesn't. What it does offer is an intuitive environment for building cross-platform sites. What it doesn't do is alter existing HTML by inserting esoteric tags that add nothing but weight. Dreamweaver is a favorite of multimedia designers, since it easily integrates with other Macromedia applications, like Flash and Shockwave. It's probably a less popular choice for small staffs or corporate sites, since it doesn't come with a library of Web-ready graphics, like FrontPage and NetObjects does. 
      
  7. Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004  Tutorial
    Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004 is the leading web page design software. This free tutorial will guide you through Dreamweaver while building your first website. With plenty of screenshots and great instruction, the free Introduction to Dreamweaver Tutorial will help you on the way to becoming an expert in Dreamweaver. Click on one of the topics in the outline below or click on "Start Now " to start the tutorial.
       
  8. Dreamweaver Tips
    While working with dreamweaver we have come across some very useful tips that will surely benefit all macromedia dreamweaver users. 
    Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are a collection of formatting rules that control the appearance of content in a web page. They are very useful for maintaining a web site since its appearance (controlled by properties of HTML tags) can be managed from just one file. CSS Styles also enhance your site's look, accessibility and reduces file size.
      
  9. Dreamweaver 3.0 Tutorial
    Each web site (collection of web pages) is housed on a web server computer in a directory/folder which is readable by web browsers. The site is made up of: web pages, individual text documents coded in HTML (Hypertext Mark-up Language) which are created by Dreamweaver. The web page may also include image files and other multimedia files. Files are linked together in a hierarchical structure that allows users of the site to navigate through the available files.Dreamweaver is a graphical web page editor that will allow you to create a web site without knowing HTML coding. It lets you work in a window that looks like a web page so you can see the effects of your work as you create the page. It will let you set up the display of each page and navigable links between the pages you create. 
     

         
  



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Posted on: May 12, 2011

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