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Title:
Dreamweaver MX : a beginner's guide
Author:
West, Ray.
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Publication Information:
Berkeley, Calif. : McGraw-Hill/Osborne, [2003]

©2003
Physical Description:
xxiv, 525 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
Contents:
Part I. Get started with Dreamweaver MX. Dreamweaver MX : your connection to the Internet -- The Dreamweaver MX environment -- Creating a Web page -- Creating a Web site -- Adding content to your site -- Part II. Creating Web applications with Dreamweaver MX. Planning the site -- Essential language components -- Creating a database -- Choosing your database and connecting to it -- A SQL primer -- Part III. Working with your data -- Displaying your data -- Searching your data -- Recordset navigation -- Creating dynamic form objects -- Inserting, updating, and deleting data -- User registration, login, and site security -- Part IV. Adding advanced features to your site. Extensions and the extension manager -- Troubleshooting your site.
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ISBN:
9780072223668
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Book

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Summary

Summary

An introduction to the tools, functionality, and features of Dreamweaver MX. This book helps you discover how to create dynamic Web applications. Filled with step-by-step tutorials, progress checks, projects, and more, it is useful for learning to work with Dreamweaver MX.


Author Notes

Ray West is the Vice President and CIO of Workable Solutions, Inc.
Tom Muck is the Senior Application Developer for Integram


Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. xxi
Introductionp. xxiii
Part I Get Started with Dreamweaver MX
1 Dreamweaver MX: Your Connection to the Internetp. 3
2 The Dreamweaver MX Environmentp. 41
3 Creating a Web Pagep. 75
4 Creating a Web Sitep. 109
5 Adding Content to Your Sitep. 129
Part II Creating Web Applications With Dreamweaver MX
6 Planning the Sitep. 155
7 Essential Language Componentsp. 179
8 Creating a Databasep. 225
9 Choosing Your Database and Connecting to Itp. 253
10 A SQL Primerp. 283
Part III Working with Your Data
11 Displaying Your Datap. 325
12 Searching Your Datap. 343
13 Recordset Navigationp. 367
14 Creating Dynamic Form Objectsp. 389
15 Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Datap. 407
16 User Registration, Login, and Site Securityp. 423
Part IV Adding Advanced Features to Your Site
17 Extensions and the Extension Managerp. 441
18 Troubleshooting Your Sitep. 463
Part V Appendixes
A Mastery Check Answersp. 481
B Additional Resourcesp. 501
Indexp. 505