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September 6th, 2007, 12:43 PM #1dreamweaver cs3
Does anyone have a resource that will take me from "I cant even clean up a .jpg" to "yeah that site looks pretty good" using Dreamweaver CS3? Price really isn't relevant - just a good online tutorial or software that will take a noob and make him/her a force to be reckoned with.
September 6th, 2007, 12:55 PM #2Originally Posted by Joe Lilly
I use Dreamweaver to create the structure of web pages. Photoshop is used for pictures/graphics
September 6th, 2007, 01:08 PM #3
Illustrative of how little i know.
I'm talking Dreamweaver for web pages, but above was referring to the fact that I'm visually and graphically inept.
September 6th, 2007, 01:21 PM #4
It's interesting that you brought up the topic because recently I asked what was the difference between Dreamweaver MX and 8?
NakedGamer mentioned that #9 is out already
The best thing to do if no one comes up with a great source is to Google for tutorials. Here are some that look promising, but keep in mind that there are many out there:
Always check to see what version you have because some tutorials may only describe tricks you can do with the latest
I always check cnet for other possible programs that might be able to fill in where my previous version of Dreamweaver (or any other program I would like to supplement) left off. I found Dreamweaver MX to be weak on CSS but I've purchased tons of books on the topic and there are other editors out there that help me create and edit CSS.
In terms of topics that the latest Dreamweaver might be able to handle: Ruby on Rails (whatever) and that sort of thing, I need to catch up on the topic.
I recently bought Photoshop CS3 but i have not installed in yet.
I always liked Photoshop CS and I still haven't learned everything about that program yet
Once I suggested to Haiko that this forum could use a graphics sub-forum:
Logo (or other design/artistic) questions come up every now and then and it would be great to have a sub forum as a sounding board for art ideas.
I know that someone such as Alex Bet has wonderful skills and is remarkably talented but part of the fun is to see what I can do
Last edited by Rhia7; September 6th, 2007 at 01:47 PM.
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September 6th, 2007, 07:53 PM #7
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I am with Rhia, and a bit confused. Normally we clean up images in Photoshop, and then use it in DW (or whatever). There are tons of online sources, but you can also pick up one of 100 books at the bookstore on any of this programs nearly the moment they are released. Sometimes you just can't beat a good book.
September 7th, 2007, 09:32 AM #8
I've always loved Peachpit for educational books. I've got Dreamweaver, Flash, and Actionscript sitting on my desk and I use them all the time. I'd check out:
http://www.peachpit.com/store/produc...sbn=0321509889 (ebook version)
You can get similar stuff for photoshop and whatever else too. They are great books for beginners. They walk through the important features, give how tos, and explain a bit about the code and such.Jason Rosenbaum
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