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When you're ready to roll up your sleeves and start taking advantage of GoLive CS' powerful site management and collaboration capabilities, wireless authoring features, and dynamic database tools, it's time to get the guide from the people behind the software. In these pages, The Adobe Creative Team uses a series of project-based lessons to guide you through every aspect of GoLive's use. Working at your own pace, using training materials created and tested in Adobe's own classrooms and labs, you¿ll soon be creating effective, efficient Web sites with GoLive CS. Step-by-step instructions clearly detail toolbars, palettes, site architecture, Cascading Style Sheets, image maps, and more. And plenty of attention has been paid to GoLive CS' new features as well: enhanced Smart Object capabilities, advanced CSS authoring and previewing, streamlined print-to-Web production, and more. Each chapter concludes with a review section to reinforce what you've learned, and a CD-ROM provides the files and images needed to complete the exercises.
62 of 66 people found the following review helpful
Disappointed with AdobePress,
This review is from: Adobe GoLive CS Classroom in a Book (Paperback)This is the latest in a series of the famous "Adobe Classroom In A Book". It is part of the official training series for Adobe graphics, web and tools. As Webmaster for the Alaskan Apple Users Group (AAUG), I wanted to see what was new or different in GoLive CS.
The book is 520 pages and comes with a CD that includes files for thirteen lessons included in the book. It is for anyone who designs, develops and manages web sites. It teaches fundamental concepts and lessons designed to work at your own pace. If you are more familiar with GoLive, you can learn advanced features including tips and techniques. You can go start to finish or do only the lessons that corresponds to your interests or needs.
The lessons in this book "include information on the GoLive workflow. customizing the work area, converting layout grids to tables, creating stationery, spell checking, using variables with Smart Objects, adding date and time stamps, creating HTML styles, and working with... Read more
22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
A beautiful book gone bad,
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This review is from: Adobe GoLive CS Classroom in a Book (Paperback)This book is the latest incarnation of the famous Adobe "Classroom In A Book" series. It appears to be a rather large rewrite of the prior version of the book from GoLive 6.0.
Initially impressive, this book suffers from a wealth of typos and operational problems within the first few pages of actual tutorial.
On page 14 (Creating a new design diagram), there is no option called "New Design Diagram", rather, it is merely "New Diagram" (#1).
On page 15, the icon describing "Diagram Set" is drawn with straight lines (like the "Site Items" icon) rather than with curved lines (#5).
On page 17, the option "Canvas As Single Page" is spelled wrong. It is "Canvas Is Single Page" (#13).
On page 18, I do not get any sort of "black line" (as mentioned) showing up on any side of the "Main" page icon. Also, the in-text icon for the Diagram Set is wrong again (#2).
On pages 18-19, I cannot get any arrows to automatically add connections to the two Section icons I've... Read more
27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
REVISED EDITION update!!,
This review is from: Adobe GoLive CS Classroom in a Book, Revised Edition (Paperback)I have never used the original version of this book/CD, but I purchased the Revised
Edition (printed in late August 2004) and everything has been perfectly clear so far. It appears that many changes were made between printings, because the consistency between the book and the included CD has so far been faultless, typo-free, and error-free. I'm through 5 of 13 lessons, and every step of every lesson so far has occurred exactly as indicated in the text, and all files on the CD have been found in exactly where the book says they should be. Looks like Adobe read all of the bad press here and did something about it by giving us this revised edition in which all the errata seems to have been corrected (so far).
I have prior experience with HTML design and with computer programming, but neither before in an Adobe environment. I find the text to be VERY easy-to-follow, and I am impressed enough with how it has helped me that I have ordered Photoshop CS CIB and... Read more
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