Nesting a Table Within a Table. Adding a Message in the Status Bar. Tools and Techniques for Design and Layout. Refining and Fine-Tuning a Shape Tween. Creating a Basic Web Page with Text.
Contributing Authors Betsy Bruce works at MediaPro, Inc. Choosing Optimization Settings and Exporting Graphics. Preparing for Web or Print. Creating an External Style Sheet. It doesn't assume the reader wants to learn how to use just one product, but covers multiple products and technologies together in a logical, well-integrated fashion. Adding an Image to a Page. Color and Contrast Correction with Fireworks.
Its three chapters, written by Jez Turner and Alex White, concentrate on building a single site aimed at displaying rich media content. Organizing a Long Page by Using Named Anchors. Jackson West lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he consults on Web programming, graphics, and multimedia applications. Managing Assets by Using the Assets Panel. Using the Expanded Files Panel. Pasting Text from a File.
The iPhoto Window Importing Image Files Organizing and Searching Images Editing Photos Creating an iPhoto Book Creating Slideshows Sharing Your Photos The iPhoto Preference Options Summary 23. Adding a Hyperlink Within a Web Site. Creating a Navigation Bar with Rollover Images and Links. Creating a Navigation Bar with Rollover Images and Links. Constraining the Movement of a Layer. Using ActionScript and Behaviors to Create Nonlinear Movies. Changing Text Flow with Text Blocks, Paragraph Settings, and Paths.
Robyn Ness holds a master's degree in psychology with a specialization in judgment and decision making from The Ohio State University. Understanding the Brute-Force Animation Technique. Using Existing Web Pages with Frames. Adding Advanced Behaviors: The Drag Layer Behavior. Flash's resident coding environment is crucial to master, and taps into Flash's great strength—intuitive and interactive applications. Using Symbols from the Library. Using Creative Fills and Effects on Vectors and Text.
Phillip Kerman is an independent programmer, teacher, and writer who specializes in Macromedia projects. Local Security Network Security Summary 34. Using Symbols from the Library. Understanding and Building Frames and Framesets. She is frequently a speaker at conferences on creating eLearning and using Dreamweaver.
It doesn't assume the reader wants to learn how to use just one product, but covers multiple products and technologies together in a logical, well-integrated fashion. Using the Expanded Files Panel. A compendium of multiple reference boo Sams Teach Yourself Macromedia Studio All in One has all the answers for beginning users of Macromedia's Web design and development products in one big, easy-to-use book. Adding Titles, Transitions, and Effects in iMovie. Creating and Applying a Class.
All of the features and programs in a Mac work together cohesively, so why consult multiple books that work against the natural flow of the Mac system? Using ActionScript and Behaviors to Create Nonlinear Movies. Understanding the Brute-Force Animation Technique. Understanding and Building Frames and Framesets. Creating an Internet Connection Setting Network Port Priorities and Locations Using Internet Connect Summary 14. She was lead developer on a project with the Cobalt Group, where her team won the 2003 Macromedia Innovation in eLearning award. Recovering from Crashes and Other Problems.
The Macintosh environment is very exciting - and very confusing, especially for the first time user. Using Sherlock for Internet Searches. Terminal: Your Window to the Underworld Basic Commands for Working with Files Process Management Server Administration Getting Help with Manpages Other Useful Commands Summary 38. What you need is one book that will guide you through all of the exciting features and programs that came with your new Mac. Creating a Form and Using It to Collect Data. Connecting Video Cameras Working with Video Moving Around in a Clip Making Basic Edits Working with iMovie's Clip Viewer Creating a Magic iMovie Summary 26. Creating Image Maps and Navigation Bars.