This book assumes that you have some experience with Dreamweaver and with the basic concepts of HTML and the Web, such as adding images and working with tables. However, I made all of the step-by-step instructions as comprehensive as possible because I didn't want to presume you already know all of the basic information there is to know about Dreamweaver. I wrote this book for people who would like to learn more about using Dreamweaver to create dynamic database-driven Web sites.
This book introduces the basic concepts of Web servers, application servers, and databases to those who have never used them before and to those with a little experience who want to take full advantage of Dreamweaver's time-saving data-management tools. If you're a seasoned pro, Dreamweaver can help you automate simple or repetitive tasks, or help you and your colleagues integrate Dreamweaver into your collaborative workspace.
You should use this book if you're any of the following: