Dreamweaver Web Sites

Macromedia provides a number of resources for using Dreamweaver, so the Macromedia site is a good place to start when you're looking for additional Dreamweaver information. Next, there are Dreamweaver resource sites that provide Dreamweaver information, related products, and links to many other Dreamweaver sites.

The Macromedia site

Macromedia provides excellent support for Dreamweaver, including articles, tutorials, seminars, and online forums.

  • Dreamweaver Developer Center (www.macromedia.com/devnet/dreamweaver). The Dreamweaver Developer Center features links to articles, tutorials, and sample files for Dreamweaver 8 and Dreamweaver MX 2004.

  • Dreamweaver Documentation (www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/dreamweaver). Download Dreamweaver manuals and tutorials here. You can download a complete set of Dreamweaver 8 documentation or individual manuals, including the following: Getting Started with Dreamweaver, Using Dreamweaver, Extending Dreamweaver, Dreamweaver API Reference, and Keyboard Shortcut Quick References for Windows and for Macintosh.

  • Dreamweaver Support Center (www.macromedia.com/support/dreamweaver). This is a great place to start if you have any problems with Dreamweaver. You can search the Dreamweaver knowledge base, check top support solutions for Dreamweaver issues, choose articles from eight different support categories, and request support.

  • Dreamweaver Support Forums (http://webforums.macromedia.com/dreamweaver). Macromedia's own Webbased discussion groups for Dreamweaver include General Discussion, Dynamic HTML General Discussion, Dreamweaver Application Development, and Dreamweaver Exchange Extensions.

  • Dreamweaver Developer Center: Application Development (www.macromedia.com/devnet/dreamweaver/application_development.html). This page contains links to a variety of articles on Dreamweaver application development in several categories, including Getting Started, Dreamweaver and ColdFusion, Dreamweaver and ASP.NET, Dreamweaver and PHP, and Dreamweaver and Databases.

  • Macromedia On Demand Seminars (www.macromedia.com/macromedia/events/online/ondemand/index.html). On Demand seminars are free multimedia presentations and demonstrations of Macromedia products that can be viewed at any time over a broadband connection. Several presentations are already available for Dreamweaver 8.

Other Dreamweaver sites

Here are some starting points for more information about Dreamweaver from non- Macromedia sources:

  • Community MX (www.communitymx.com). This site offers both free and commercial articles, news, tutorials, and extensions for Dreamweaver and other Macromedia products.

  • Dreamweaver FAQ (www.dwfaq.com/default.asp). Dreamweaver FAQ offers an assortment of tutorials, articles, and Dreamweaver news, and also features an exchange for code snippets.

  • Dreamweaver Fever (www.dreamweaverfever.com). Drew McClelland's tips, tutorials, and extensions are available at no charge on this site.

  • Essential Dreamweaver Resources (www.thepattysite.com/essential_resources.cfm). Patty Ayer's links to Dreamweaver resources, tutorials, FAQ, and extensions.

Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 Advanced for Windows and Macintosh. Visual Quickpro Guide
Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 Advanced for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickPro Guide
ISBN: 0321384024
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 129
Authors: Lucinda Dykes

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