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About the Author

David Karlins is a veteran Web designer and consultant and is the author of more than a dozen books, including Enhancing a Dreamweaver CS3 Web Site with Flash Video: Visual QuickProject Guide, Build Your Own Web Site, The Complete Idiot’s Guides to Dreamweaver and Flash, and Dreamweaver CS3 How-Tos: 100 Essential Techniques. David’s Web design clients and consultants have ranged from Hewlett Packard to the Himalayan Fair. His articles and reviews appear in online and print publications, including CreativePro and Macworld magazine. David has taught Dreamweaver at the University of California Extension School of Graphic and Interactive Design and currently teaches Dreamweaver for the San Francisco State University Multimedia Studies Program.

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A very basic guide for novices Nov. 21 2009
By J. Conroy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Take all the 5-star reviews with a grain of salt; anyone else notice how they read like sparkling advertisements and frequently fawn over the author? Or that they're all spelled/punctuated perfectly, and written by folks with no other reviews to their names? Just sayin!

Honestly, this is a decent reference for total novices. I'd suggest Adobe's Classroom In A Book for learning Dreamweaver from the ground up. Most of this info is super-easy to find online, and for free. That said, you can hardly argue with the price (as many of the previous "reviews" point out). For $13 you won't be kicking yourself, but you might roll your eyes at how rudimentary a lot of this info is.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Indispensable guide! May 21 2009
By A. Levak - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
As a visual person with common sense but not a lot of tech background, this book has been invaluable in building my website! I consistently find all the information I need to know, without being overwhelmed. The language is easy to understand and technical terms are always clearly explained. The screenshots and other visual references guide me through each step. And the sidebar information panels answer questions before I even begin to ask them. This book transforms Dreamweaver from a challenge into a tool I can use to actually produce my own website!
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Quality, Easy to Read 'How To' Book May 23 2009
By Adam T. Goss - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I have a three week job redesigning a website this summer and the program the office uses to create their sites is Dreamweaver. As I have never used this program before, I needed a book that would answer all of my little questions about Dreamweaver's specifics. The book did just that and designing the site was a breeze. Also a good buy at $13.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Excellent reference guide! May 14 2009
By Justin Price - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book offers an exceptionally helpful step-by-step guide to the essentials of Dreamweaver; complete with supplemental diagrams, reference points, & screenshots. It's also clear, concise, & to the point when walking you through each technique! The visuals that accompany the instructions have proven especially helpful to me, as mere instructions can often be confusing for a visual learner such as myself.

From the novice or amateur designer, to the more advanced Dreamweaver user looking to refresh, update, or expand their skills & knowledge of the CS4 software; this book is a great addition to one's toolbox!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Organization Sept. 30 2009
By Paul R. Maisonneuve - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I have Mr. Karlin's CS3 version of this book and will be upgrading myself to CS4, but I can say that unless something has seriously changed in the new release, this is a very useful guide that you will want to keep in arms reach.

I found this to be a very well-written and organized resource that allowed me to find exactly what I needed. Even better, if what I was looking for wasn't in the book, I was able to determine that quickly as well, which is just as important to me so I don't waste my time flipping through hoping to find what I need. Don't get me wrong though, most of what anyone needs to be a successful user of Dreamweaver IS IN THIS BOOK! I am a big fan of the "Visual Quickstart Guide" series of books because it is easy to grab, look for your topic, and find what you need. Mr. Karlins does an EVEN BETTER job as this "How-To's" series of books is an even quicker resource.

You won't find everything you need in here, and you will probabaly see some things you knew, but you will DEFINITELY find enough of those "a-ha" moments to make the book well worth the investment. If you are an upgrading Dreamweaver user, or just a casual user who doesn't dream in code, this is a perfect book for you. Quick topic finds, well-written layman's english, and spot-on techniques.

Well done David!


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