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Macromedia FreeHand MX

The latest of Macromedia’s award-winning software packages to join the MX family, Macromedia FreeHand MX brings the popular vector-based drawing and layout program into the present day. Whether you¿ve built your career on FreeHand and can’t wait to master the software’s new features or you’re just learning FreeHand for the first time, there’s no faster way to get up and running with Macromedia FreeHand MX than Macromedia FreeHand MX for Windows and Macintosh:

Visual QuickStart Guide.

Updated by best-selling author Sandee Cohen to include plenty of new step-by-step how-tos and screenshots specific to Macromedia FreeHand MX, this task-based reference is the perfect tool for learning this visual program. The first few chapters provide an overview of the program before walking you through how to create sophisticated artwork using Macromedia FreeHand MX’s many powerful features: layers and layering, points and paths, working in color, strokes and fills, creating text and text effects, and more. The final chapters explain printing, preferences and using artwork with other applications and the Web.

 

Author Name: Sandee Cohen

Publisher: Peachpit Press

Macromedia Fireworks 8: Training from the Source

If you learn best by doing, and what you’re intent on doing is create stunning Web graphics with Macromedia Fireworks 8, this is the place to turn. The best-selling tutorial book on Fireworks has been completely updated to get you hands-on fast with all of the program’s most important features, including its newest: additional blend modes, support for special characters and AutoShape properties, workflow improvements, and more. Through project-based lessons that equal 16 to 20 hours of instruction, you’ll cover the entire process of creating Web graphics with Fireworks 8—from creating images to optimizing and exporting them. Simple step-by-step instructions, loads of screen shots will have you creating rollovers, pop-ups, and more in no time. Whether you’re new to the world of Fireworks graphics or a veteran user eager to tap the power of the latest version, you’ll find the trusted, Macromedia-certified instruction you need in these pages.

 

Author Name: Patti Schulze

Publisher: Macromedia Press

How to Use Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 and Fireworks 8

New to Dreamweaver and Fireworks 8? How to Use Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 and Fireworks 8 will quickly teach you the basics of the software so that you can get your websites up and running. More than 150 two-page, full- spreads will visually take you through the process of how to use each program to create everything from a simple personal website or a more involved e-business website. Illustrations and figures will lead you through each task with easy-to-follow directions and visual cues. You will learn how to:

  • Work with text.
  • Reuse information.
  • Optimize images.
  • Use behaviors and scripts.
  • Create forms.
  • Use external media.
  • Create dynamic webpages.
  • Work with CSS.

 Author Name: Lon Coley

Publisher: Sams Publishing

Fireworks MX Bible

∗ Covers all Fireworks features, including new interface elements, the Properties Inspector, on–screen text editing, vector tools, new transparency and object layer tools, and more!
∗ Provides amazing tips for rollovers, layers, frames and slices.
∗ Shows how to take advantage of Fireworks′ excellent image compression, export options, and image tweening, plus its easy–to–use GIF animation engine.
Includes “Fireworks Technique” ideas such as Incorporating Rollovers in Image Maps and Mastering Creative Edges provide real–world examples throughout the book.
Shows how to work more effectively by taking advantage of Fireworks′ special integration with Dreamweaver and Flash.

 

Author Name: Joseph W. Lowery (Author), Derren Whiteman (Author)

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Macromedia Flash 8 : Projects and Techniques to Get the Job Done

You’ll get step-by-step coverage of how to complete 10 common projects chosen by a panel of Flash users. Plus, tips, tricks, and notes will provide you with the information you need to apply what you learn on these projects to others you’ll undoubtedly be asked to create at work.

 

Author Name: Phillip Kerman

Publisher: Sams

Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 Recipes

Looking for timesaving ways to get frequently needed data-driven applications up and running? Look no further! In this book, you’ll find a primer for using data sources to connect your Dreamweaver pages to a database. Lowery and Ott then provide step-by-step instructions for creating 7 full-featured, professional-quality Web applications suitable for small to medium organizations. Follow the carefully constructed tutorials, and you can use them today- because all the files and code you need are available on the included CD! Better still, the explanations you’ll read will give you insight into why each step was taken so that you can extend any of the recipes to meet individualized needs.Recipes for the following full-feature applications: * User Login * Employee Lookup * Conference Room Scheduler * In/Out Dashboard * Time Cards * Journal * Mail Merge   Author Name: Joseph Lowery, Eric Ott

Special Edition Using Macromedia Studio MX 2004 Book

Special Edition Using Macromedia Studio MX is the ultimate comprehensive reference book for users of Macromedia’s suite of Web design products.
Written by some of the leading experts in the Macromedia realm, the book covers everything the most demanding Studio MX user will need to know to use the products in the suite to create dynamic, visually stunning Web sites and applications.
The book includes in-depth coverage of building data-enabled Web sites with Dreamweaver MX, creating Flash animations to enhance a site’s interface, working with ActionScript, editing graphics with Fireworks, and drawing vector art with Freehand.
Additionally, the complete text is available on the accompanying CD-ROM, along with in-depth coverage of all four products in the Studio suite. The reader has at their fingertips the equivalent of four complete reference books — all for the price of one.

 

Author Name: Michael Hurwicz

Sams Teach Yourself Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 in 24 Hours

Learn how to fully exploit the power of Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 with Sams Teach Yourself Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 in 24 Hours. Divided into 24 one-hour lessons, you will learn how to create webpages and how to use the latest and greatest toolset in this updated version of Macromedia Dreamweaver. Author Besty Bruce, a web applications developer and Macromedia-authorized Dreamweaver and Authorware Trainer, will show you how to build your knowledge of Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 and authoring websites with her carefully guided instruction. You will focus on how to use Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 to:Quickly build a dynamic website.Employ client-side image maps and interactive forms.Design a layout with frames and tables.Add interactivity with scripts and controls.Add audio, video, and other active content.Sams Teach Yourself Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 in 24 Hours is fully updated to the newest version of Macromedia Dreamweaver 8, providing you with a comprehensive, up-to-date learning and reference tool.

 

Author Name: Betsy Bruce

ColdFusion Web Development with Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004

ColdFusion MX Web Development with Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004: The Practical User’s Guide explores the great web development partnership between ColdFusion, a fantastically powerful but easy to learn server-side scripting language and Dreamweaver, Macromedia’s world-class visual web-authoring tool. Using Dreamweaver you can set up your ColdFusion website, connect it to your database, put together all the code for the pages, and style them too, with very little hassle. This book is ideal for all the Dreamweaver users who want to quickly get up to speed with the fundamentals of ColdFusion.The book is heavily weighted with practical examples – starting by teaching the basics of the ColdFusion language, we then go on to show how to use ColdFusion to perform tasks such as connecting to databases, decision making, reading XML, queries, and error handling. Later on, we touch upon advanced topics such as creating ColdFusion extensions, custom functions, and Flash remoting (using Dreamweaver MX as the IDE). The book culminates with a large case study showing how to put this stuff all together in a fully operational real world dynamic website, demonstrating common web applications such as a blog, a reviews page, and user registration/login functionality.

 

Author Name: Jen deHaan, Peter deHaan, Massimo Foti, Curtis Hermann, Simon Horwith, Edoardo Zubler

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