In this article you will learn how to format Macromedia's Dreamweaver MX to work with .Net for your Microsoft Web Servers. By the end of this article you will be able to program a .Net web site.
This chapter will show you how to create horizontal or vertical text, text fields that bring in text from an external document, make text scroll, and create text fields where someone can enter information themselves.
This sample is taken from Chapter 12: "Working with Text" of the glasshaus title "Flash MX H.O.T"
I have put together a series of videos that you can download onto your computer for Dreamweaver users. Ideally I would like to upload them here but as they are a few MBs, it probably isnt realistic.They arent text tutorials either.
They are on my site though which you can get by going to http://www.121dreamweavertutorial.com/forums
They are audio and visual based so you can see and hear as I show you how to perform the various steps.
The videos cover
- Inserting Images
- Using Tables To Their Maximum Effect
- Inserting Rollovers
- Adding borders to your images
- Inserting Flash Movies
- Creating both internal and external links
- Manipulating Text
- Adding Background Images
- And Much more
I look forward to seeing you there
It introduces XSLT, going through the basics of using it to transform XML on the client-side, by way of easy-to-follow tutorial examples (we have included the first three examples here). Chapter 6 of the book takes client-side XSLT to a more advanced level, and Chapters 8-11 include coverage of server-side XSLT usage.
This sample is taken from Chapter 5 "Introduction to XSLT"of the glasshaus title "Practical XML for the Web".
It sets the scene for server-side XML, and shows what you can do with it, by way of a parallel example done in ASP, PHP, and JSP (we have only included the first of the example sections here). The three chapters that follow this one in the book are case studies, which go into using XML with the three server-side languages mentioned above in much more detail.
This sample is taken from Chapter 8 "Introduction to Server-Side XML" of the glasshaus title "Practical XML for the Web".