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Website Development: How to help yourself. Fundamental Computer Techniques Find the Bigger Buttons Modifiers + [Mouse or Keyboard] = Cool things happen Learn it when you need it Master Selecting & Navigating and all thats left to do is work
F1 = Help All software programs have help menus. Most tools and commands are described and often additional information on how the tool or command is used is available. Help menus are usually searchable using keywords or can be read using a table of contents.
Google Knowing how to find help, tutorials, communities and assistance online is one of the greatest assets to wed developers. Please note Google has a cheat sheet as well as an advanced search feature to assist in locating info on the internet. www.google.com
WC3 The World Wide Web Consortium is the definitive place about the standards that make up HTML, XML and other web technologies. www.w3.org WC3 also has a companion site where training and resources for programming websites can be found. www.w3schools.com
Adobe Exchange Adobe provides an Exchange where DW behaviors can be downloaded and installed into DW to expand its capabilities and make the application of certain coding or design a snap. Behaviors are pre-written java scripts like pop ups or opening pages in controlled browser windows. http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/exchange
Dreamweaver DW has an extremely robust Results panel It includes a Search & Replace tab, Reference Manuals, Browser Compatibility, Links checker, & code Validation. This set of Tabs provides great ways to debug, learn, and assist you in developing your website. Since DW is a part of CS3 the integration between Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash and Fireworks is very efficient and effective.