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VTC – Dreamweaver: Creating CSS Layouts Tutorials | 587 MB

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This course covers how to use Dreamweaver, the world’s leading Web page creation tool, to create web pages formatted with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Cascading Style Sheets are widely supported in today’s modern browsers and Web designers are learning to use them in ever more powerful and creative ways. This technology enables web pages across a site to be more consistent while giving designers more control over the layout and design than straight HTML ever did.

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We’ve already posted some beautiful bokeh textures in the past. Today, we are featuring several websites which use the effect of these textures as a background of their design. Bokeh effect is becoming popular these days. Many graphic designers are applying a blurred background in their design because its transparent hazy effect sharpens the details and contents of their website. Aside from that, the colorful and beautiful textures of bokeh look really dynamic and appealing to the eyes.

Here’s some of the Amazing Websites Having Bokeh Effect for your inspiration. Hoping that you’ll find them useful in customizing the design of your website. Enjoy!

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A couple weeks ago, I created a screencast that demonstrated how to build a three-level navigation menu. In a response email, one of our readers requested a tutorial on how to build a lava-lamp style menu. Luckily, it’s quite a simple task, especially when using a JavaScript library. We’ll build one from scratch today.

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Step 1 Create the Mark-up

Before we can create this neat functionality, we need a base from which to work from. In your favorite code editor, create an unordered list for your navigation, and import both jQuery and jQuery UI, via Google.

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I spent a few hours putting together a Dynamic Data web site using the YUI DataTable and DataSource components.  I mostly just did this out of curiosity to see how easy or difficult it would be to use the DD API with other components besides the GridView and DetailsView controls.  So I created a DD web site that provides read-only access to Northwind’s Customer, Employee and Supplier tables, but I am not using ASP.NET’s GridView, DataSource and UpdatePanel controls to render the grid.  Instead I have replaced these components with YUI’s client side DataTable and DataSource and serve the data using a web service (paging included!).  Below are a few of the highlights, and don’t forget todownload the sample and try it out for yourself.  Its experimental, but if you are new to DD or YUI you might find it interesting.

[Update: 9/21/2008]: Added live demo link

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Navigation menus are the most important element one should pay attention when designing a website. Web-developers can create user-friendly horizontal or vertical navigation menus using CSS. Javascript makes it possible to create more interactive, more responsive and more flexible navigation to any website.

This article presents over 25 (horizontal and vertical) multilevel drop down menu built using Javascript and CSS which you can use in your future projects. Also you will find some useful tutorials at the end of this post where you can use to start building your own multilevel navigation menu.

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I always used Dreamweaver when it was made by Macromedia, but didn’t like the way it was heading initially when Adobe got their hands on it.

Still, Adobe continues to improve Dreamweaver, and Dreamweaver CS5 will be out in a month or two. Some of the ehancements in Dreamweaver CS5 include:

  • Content Management System ( CMS ) support for frameworks like WordPress, Joomla!, and Drupal.
  • CSS Inspection to easily display and toggle CSS properties (more…)

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  • This tutorial explains how to display xml data within html page using Dreamweaver´s Spry widgets.
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  • XML Data table

    First we need to create some simple xml file ­ for this purpose copy and paste the following to the new file and save it as data.xml:

    <?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-8″?>
    <customers>
    <customer>
    <name>John Smith</name>
    <tel>07779009876</tel>
    <email>info@johnsmith.co.uk</email>

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