Web Standards in Dreamweaver

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

Abstract

With the launch of Dreamweaver MX 2004, Macromedia moves further toward web standards support, incorporating more features that enable web designers to put best practices to work when developing web sites. Using clean, standard markup and separating content from presentation by way of Cascading Stylesheets (CSS) can make your job as an application developer far easier. For example, if you are creating an application that allows clients to update their own pages, CSS controls how that content is formatted so it is more likely to fit the look and feel of the whole site. In this chapter, we will focus on the use of XHTML and CSS when working in Dreamweaver.

Keywords

Tempo Editing Alan Banner Padding 

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Copyright information

© Rachel Andrew and Rob Turnbull with Alan Foley and Drew McLellan 2004

Authors and Affiliations

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

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