Macromedia Studio MX 2004 Bible
- Building data-enabled sites with Dreamweaver 2004
- Creating Flash MX 2004 animations
- Working with ActionScript
- Creating web graphics and animations with Fireworks MX 2004
- Building interactive ColdFusion Applications
- Integrating Flash and ColdFusion
- Drawing vector art with Freehand MX
The Companion CD-Rom incl udes trial versions of the software as well as extensions, sample databases, images and applications.
Table of Contents
Part I: Introduction to Macromedia Studio MX 2004.
Chapter 1: What Is Macromedia Studio MX 2004?
Chapter 2: What’s New in Macromedia Studio MX 2004.
Chapter 3: Designing the Habitat Alert Web Site.
Part II: Finessing Macromedia FreeHand MX.
Chapter 4: Introducing Macromedia FreeHand MX.
Chapter 5: FreeHand MX Art in a Nutshell.
Chapter 6: Drawing with FreeHand MX.
Chapter 7: Using FreeHand MX Symbols and Styles.
Chapter 8: Understanding FreeHand MX Typography.
Chapter 9: FreeHand MX and Web Graphics.
Chapter 10: Basic FreeHand MX Animation.
Chapter 11: FreeHand MX Animation Techniques.
Chapter 12: Outputting FreeHand MX Documents.
Part III: Mastering the Power of Macromedia Fireworks MX 2004.
Chapter 13: Getting Around in Fireworks.
Chapter 14: Applying Color.
Chapter 15: Drawing Like a Pro.
Chapter 16: Designing Spectacular Text Effects.
Chapter 17: Working with Bitmap Images.
Chapter 18: Designing Navigational Elements.
Chapter 19: Automating Your Workflow.
Chapter 20: Designing Animations.
Chapter 21: Slicing and Optimizing.
Part IV: Unleashing the Power of Macromedia Flash MX 2004.
Chapter 22: Navigating through Flash MX 2004.
Chapter 23: Designing Visual Content.
Chapter 24: Symbols and Libraries.
Chapter 25: Animating a Movie.
Chapter 26: Working with Sound.
Chapter 27: Flash Components and Behaviors.
Chapter 28: Publishing Your Flash Movies.
Chapter 29: Using ColdFusion MX with Flash Remoting.
Part V: Developing in Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004.
Chapter 30: Understanding the Dreamweaver Environment.
Chapter 31: Starting a Web Site with Dreamweaver.
Chapter 32: Building a Simple Page.
Chapter 33: Using Tables for Complex Layouts.
Chapter 34: Building Basic Navigation Links.
Chapter 35: Using Cascading Style Sheets.
Chapter 36: Working with Libraries and Templates.
Chapter 37: Tapping into the Power of Forms.
Chapter 38: Building a Framed Site.
Chapter 39: Building Navigation with Behaviors.
Chapter 40: Inserting Media Elements.
Chapter 41: Working with Behaviors, Custom Scripts, and Snippets.
Chapter 42: Extending Your Dreamweaver.
Chapter 43: Building a Dynamic Site with DHTML.
Chapter 44: Publishing Your Site.
Part VI: Using ColdFusion MX in Dreamweaver MX 2004.
Chapter 45: The Role of ColdFusion in Your Web Sites.
Chapter 46: Creating a ColdFusion Application in Dreamweaver.
Chapter 47: Working with Forms and ColdFusion MX.
Appendix A: What’s on the CD-ROM.
Appendix B: About Our Guest Experts.
Appendix C: Installing Macromedia Studio MX.
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