This book is primarily for complete beginners to web site programming who have access to Dreamweaver MX (or are using the trial version to check it out), and want to learn how to create dynamic web sites with it.
As you work through the book you'll learn how to program using Active Server Pages (ASP). In addition, the core concepts you learn in building web sites with ASP are easily transferred to other languages. Therefore, this book will also serve you well if you plan to use Dreamweaver MX in conjunction with JavaServer Pages (JSP), ASP.NET, PHP, or ColdFusion MX -- the book includes four appendices that provide fast-paced guides on how to get started using JSP, ASP.NET, PHP, and ColdFusion MX with Dreamweaver MX. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Dreamweaver is used by 1.7 million developers and is the worlds most popular web development tool. With this book youll learn how to use the latest version Dreamweaver MX to create professional websites that youll be proud to publish.
Our fast-paced tutorials walk you through building three complete websites: a personal site to share your interests over the Web, a dynamic sports site that remembers your visitors personal settings, and an easily configurable online catalog built from reusable components. Along the way, youll learn all the skills that you need to work confidently with Dreamweaver MX.
Who is this book for?
If youve never built a website before, well show you how to build powerful and professional sites that impress. If youre an experienced web developer, well show you how to migrate your existing skills to Dreamweaver MX.
Learn how to:
We will then go even further and introduce you to a cutting-edge approach to site development, reusing a component called the building block, which enables fast website development. Youll also learn about Dreamweaver MXs built-in support for the ASP.NET, JavaServer Pages™, PHP, and ColdFusion® MX programming languages.See all Product Description
Numerous errors in this book almost brought me to a standstill.
Using [...] and [...] I was finally able to get everything to work. Read more
I found this book to be one of my most prized reference books. It takes you through the building of three different sites. Read morePublished on June 5 2003
When I bought this book I wasn't sure if the content would pleasure my need of building a good website. I did not have any experience in building websites. Read morePublished on May 25 2003 by "leonderooij"
Good, Step by Step tutorials in well written English. Simple concepts tp follow. The Title is Misleading. I would have named it Beginning to Advanced Dreamweaver MX.Published on May 2 2003