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ASP Web Development with Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004

  • Authors
  • Rachel Andrew
  • Rob Turnbull
  • Alan Foley
  • Drew McLellan

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. Rachel Andrew, Rob Turnbull, Alan Foley, Drew McLellan
    Pages 1-21
  3. Rachel Andrew, Rob Turnbull, Alan Foley, Drew McLellan
    Pages 23-87
  4. Rachel Andrew, Rob Turnbull, Alan Foley, Drew McLellan
    Pages 89-113
  5. Rachel Andrew, Rob Turnbull, Alan Foley, Drew McLellan
    Pages 115-169
  6. Rachel Andrew, Rob Turnbull, Alan Foley, Drew McLellan
    Pages 171-231
  7. Rachel Andrew, Rob Turnbull, Alan Foley, Drew McLellan
    Pages 233-284
  8. Rachel Andrew, Rob Turnbull, Alan Foley, Drew McLellan
    Pages 285-320
  9. Rachel Andrew, Rob Turnbull, Alan Foley, Drew McLellan
    Pages 321-346
  10. Rachel Andrew, Rob Turnbull, Alan Foley, Drew McLellan
    Pages 347-378
  11. Rachel Andrew, Rob Turnbull, Alan Foley, Drew McLellan
    Pages 379-405
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 407-434

About this book

Introduction

If you'd like to create your own dynamic web pages using the ASP server model, then let this book be your guide! Whether you're just starting out with Dreamweaver and want to learn about ASP, or you're already proficient with Dreamweaver and want to begin programming dynamic websites, this book will broaden your website programming skills.

You'll learn Dreamweaver's ASP server behaviors and many best practices for developing with the CSS and XHTML web standards. You'll also absorb the basics of working with databases and the SQL language, and look closely at both Microsoft Access and Microsoft SQL Server. With this book as your guide, you will be able to create dynamic websites quickly, with Dreamweaver's built-in tools. You will also acquire a solid foundation in coding ASP by hand.

Keywords

CSS Debugging SQL XHTML code reuse databases development language programming standards web development

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