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Dreamweaver MX 2004

Dreamweaver MX 2004 isn't quite the revolutionary upgrade that MXwas, but its essential improvements include changes to long-established parts of the program, such as the way the Page Properties and Property Inspector work, as well as many other welcome refinements. In the following in-depth tutorial, we explore some of the new features more fully.

The biggest changes relate to the way Dreamweaver creates and displays Cascading Style Sheets, but we'll also explore new features like the Tag Inspector and the live Target Browser check.

This tutorial assumes you're familiar with some of the basics of Dreamweaver, such as setting up a site, inserting images and working with the MXworkspace. We'll also pay a brief visit to Fireworks to customise the imagery.

All the image files necessary for this tutorial can be downloaded from the PDF

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