New Take Control ebook helps readers learn Web design fundamentals
and make a Web site with Adobe Dreamweaver 8.

Ithaca, NY USA (September 28, 2006) — Dreamweaver is the Web design
software of choice for many pros, but those new to the program can
become overwhelmed by its complex interface and find it difficult to
work creatively and intelligently in the program. Help is now at hand
– Arnie Keller’s “Take Control of Getting Started with Dreamweaver”
explains what readers really need to know in order to make a modern,
professional Web site. It covers Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), the
must-use method of styling type and other page elements; it looks at
using layers to position items on a page; and it talks about
templates, the smart way to develop a multi-page site.

The 88-page ebook may be purchased for $10 at A 21-page sample
copy is also available.

The ebook not only shows readers around Dreamweaver’s interface, but
also explains fundamentals of good Web design, examining the
interplay between form and function, and making sure that readers
understand the value of core techniques like consistent navigation
and styles.

Like all Take Control ebooks, “Take Control of Getting Started with
Dreamweaver” contains clickable links and bookmarks to help readers
navigate efficiently and switch to the Web for supplemental material.
New in this ebook are video screenshots that play mini-movies to
provide live-action illustration of Arnie’s instructions. The video
screenshots are freely available for previewing through a link at

Arnie Keller is a professor at the University of Victoria, where he
teaches Web design and directs the Professional Writing program.

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drop us a line!

Book Info:
Title: “Take Control of Getting Started with Dreamweaver” Author: Arnie Keller
Details: PDF format, 88 pages, free 21-page sample available
Publication date: September 27, 2006
Price: $10
Platform: Macintosh and Windows; Flash Player 8 required for video
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