Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Expression Web 4 in 24 Hours (Sams Teach Yourself -- Hours)

Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft Expression Web 4 in 24 Hours (Sams Teach Yourself -- Hours)
Morten Rand-Hendriksen
29 Oct 2010
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Build standards-based Web sites with Expression Web: a step-by-step tutorial that helps you do it right the first time*The easy-to-read, hands-on introduction to Microsoft's new Expression Web 4*Establish work processes for building standards-based web code faster and with much less work*Covers all the new features in version 4, including HTML5*A complete tutorial: step-by-step instructions, examples, Q and As, quizzes, exercises, tips, shortcuts, and more

Editorial Reviews

Project is starting, feel free to contact the author, he is seeking help


I Really need some help to achieve this ambitious goal. The 'main' engine is already working, I'm actually already watching TV shows using it. But there is a lot of feature to implement

  • auto download subtitles getting closer to the subdownloader project
  • auto find torrent files, some TV Shows broadcast themself through torrents
  • go social, sharing what you have seen and like or dislike with your friends, to discover new shows, promote the one you loves.
  • auto import from XMLTV and all that kind of website, dedicated to TV Shows informations
  • test/port to macOS
  • Give every show a nice clear looking using some smart skin (add a glow, or/and shadow etc.)

Information / News

Dec 2 2008: opening basecamp project to release the first alpha Nov 14 2008: database, player, tv shows, video file association : it works ! A little cosmetic extra effort, and next step, is all about building the GUI.

See a screenshot of the current work :

the main Window alone:

the main Window playing:

the Show editor :

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