The Dreamweaver Developer's Instant Troubleshooter

The Dreamweaver Developer's Instant Troubleshooter
Authors
Nancy Gill, Gareth Downes-Powell, Rachel Andrew, Drew McLellan, Kevin Marshall
ISBN
1590592336
Published
07 Aug 2003
Purchase online
amazon.com

The Dreamweaver Developer's Instant Troubleshooter focuses on the problems common to complex areas of Dreamweaver web development. This book also functions as a grounding and installation reference for additional technologies like PHP, ASP, MySQL, and CSS. Inside the covers of this book, await top-notch solutions to your web development problems.

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The Dreamweaver Developer's Instant Troubleshooter focuses on the problems common to complex areas of Dreamweaver web development. This book also functions as a grounding and installation reference for additional technologies like PHP, ASP, MySQL, and CSS.

Inside the covers of this book, await top-notch solutions to your web development problems. Youll want to keep this tool by your side as you explore and create with Dreamweaver MX, because this complex tool sets possible traps for the unwary. Complexities include new features for building web sites with server-side scripting, standards-compliant code, advanced template features, and Cascading Style Sheets.

But this book will steer you away from possible Dreamweaver traps. Each chapter focuses on a particular area of Dreamweaver MX development, and examines likely questionsproviding complete solutions. Whether you're having problems with setting up IIS to test your ASP pages, or you have a CSS quandary that you just can't wrap your brain around, then this is the book for you!

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