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How to design and export static, animated, and interactive graphics for the web.
How to use the drawing tools, swatches, and color panels in Flash 8.
Shows everything needed to go from creating a first web page to publishing an entire site on the web.
Reviews skills such as working with databases, using forms, storing persistent data, and creating dynamic charts.
Explore working with and creating vector and bitmap image content, animation, optimization, interactivity, and exporting methods.
Joey Lott teaches the essential skills and reveals the insider information needed to begin developing Flash applications.
Covers issues such as accessibility, CSS, site management, rollovers, forms, frames, and how to get your site online.
Learn drawing tools, importing bitmaps and vectors, animation, masking, working with symbols, and ActionScripting basics.
Beginning Director MX users can get a firm grasp of the application interface and scripting language.
Covers basic image creation, optimization, rollovers, transparency, typography, animation, and pop-up menus.
Learn intermediate Flash techniques by constructing a site entirely in Flash.
Tips, techniques, and features include accessibility, site management, rollovers, forms, frames, and how to get your site online.
Walks through the essential features of Flash MX, including drawing tools, importing bitmaps and vectors, animation, masking, and ActionScripting basics.
Covers the essential features of Flash for new users: the authoring tool, drawing tools, importing, and more.
Over three hours of instruction on basic authoring and getting up to speed with Dreamweaver 4.
Focuses on skills for common web graphics, such as buttons, slicing, rollovers, optimization tools, animation, and image maps.
Topics include site management, linking, rollovers, image maps, behaviors, DHTML, CSS, and HTML styles.
Shows Dreamweaver users how to utilize UltraDev to create database-driven web sites.
Get a firm grasp of the Director interface, as well as a basic understanding of Director's scripting language, Lingo.