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[Dreamweaver Cs5: The Missing Manual]Dreamweaver Cs5: The Missing Manual BY McFarland, David Sawyer(Author)Paperback (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 24. Juni 2010

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Would pick this over Dummies any day!! 27. August 2010
Von A. J. Abadsafian - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I did not buy this book through amazon, although i wish I would have with the markdown in price. It is a great deal compared to the $49 I paid (8-26-10) at B&N. Early on, I was in need of a great, solid, easy to read book that would introduce me into the Dreamweaver world. Being an amateur and having little to no knowledge at all of CSS, HTML, XML, etc., I found this book a great, GREAT tool to help me get on my way to website building and managing. Though in reality, it teaches you a lot more than just those simple desires. The Missing Manual comes in with the expectation that you are an advanced beginner or intermediate at operating a computer and you DO NOT need to have any prior knowledge of computer coding or tech terms to understand the material. It teaches you as you go along without veering from the objective of that chapter.

It is really fascinating how the material covered in the book is so clearly explained with examples and links that supplement the content in the chapter. In fact the book includes many external website links and books to view so that the reader can learn about that feature or code structure in more detail that the chapter will allow. That is not to say the chapters are limited- by all means no! There are books dedicated just to CSS and HTML5 coding- more info than the typical reader would like to know. And so this whole book goes about teaching you the essentials (and there are a lot of them) rather than include every little nuance to code language and bore you to death (if you haven't already died before reaching the end of the book). That's right, this book has 10,031 pages of information and lessons (not including creds & appendix). I absolutely LOVED the fact that the book was formatted so that each page had 3cm margins along the edges!!!!! I write notes in the sides, star important paragraphs and recap half-chapters in these margins. Much less of an eyesore than some other books where you have to cram in between lines to write snippets about things.

I previously bought (and returned) the Dummies version *Dreamweaver CS5 All-in-One For Dummies of dreamweaver CS5 on account that I.COULD.NOT.READ.IT. IT is simply not a very well written book for beginners and intermediates of Dreamweaver/site building. It was difficult to read, and in their intro they said 'this is not a step by step book, so feel free to jump from one chapter to another in any order.' Well how exactly does that help? If you don't know what you're using, how could you expect the reader to chose one chapter from another at random? Didn't quite like that. Anyways, I really like the organization and teach-as-we-go approach that The Missing Manual offers. This is literaly, "The missing manual that should have been in the box." Thanks for reading!
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Great Book, But Typo/Errata Ridden 5. Dezember 2010
Von Darwin Jay - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
1st off I have to say that I am surprised @ the overwhelming praise that people have given this book, being that you are sure to find loads of typos, mismatched diagrams, and (at times) disjointed procedures in some of the tutorials. Did these people even read the majority of this book as I have been doing for the past month? Or are they just professionals that need a snippet of information? I'll be honest here. I have about 40 pages to go until I finish it, but have become so completely frustrated with a particular example, and the fact that I've been submitting Errata on this book to the point where I feel the author should pay me for being a freelance editor (check out the errata and "unconfirmed errata". My name's there.) that I had to come out and say something. Don't get me wrong. Overall this is a good book for newbies like myself. I am a self teaching aspiring web designer (totally new to DW let alone DW 5) that has read about 7 books on html, css, php5 & Mysql, and Photoshop 5 (just for the record). I am of average intelligence. That being said, this book is not hard to follow, nor are the tutorials particularly hard to implement or understand - except when the end result does not mirror what is displayed in the book after you follow the instructions down to a T.
I give this Book just 2 stars not because the book is a bad one so to speak, but more-so that you get the feeling it was published in a hurry. A typo or other error after every 10 pages for a book that has over 1000 is a little much. It starts off well written until you get to the 5 or 600's, then its typo galore to the point where you ask yourself if this guy actually hired an editor at all. Every now and then you get a sentence where allthelettersareputogetherlikethis. Most of the examples work, but when you get into the dynamic website tutorials towards the end....lets just say that there is a few CHAPTERS (24 and 25 for sure) of mismatched diagrams to say the least. So I am not sure if the examples are malfunctioning because of erroneous steps or if it's just me. The author still hasn't responded to my question. The feedback isn't really all that hot either.

On a positive note I will say the author doesanexcellentjobexplaining (yes I did that on purpose as a joke) what everything is and how it works (the basics that is). He makes it fun to read, and everything user friendly for the most part. He also provides a plethora of resources to use on various topics that you might need in the web development world. In this area I feel he went out of his way to help, which is good. I am not sure if I would buy another book by this guy. I like his style and attention to detail....but the typos and errata are driving me crazy. Overall. I still feel torn over whether this book is worth what I paid for it.
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A Diamond Of A Dreamweaver Reference/Learning Tool 7. Juli 2010
Von Dan McKinnon - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
At over 1000 pages and 27 chapters, 'Dreamweaver CS5: The Missing Manual' by David McFarland is one of the rare books that I can EASILY give a Highest Possible Recommendation for. It has been known for quite some time that Dreamweaver is THE #1 resource for creating a professional web site in the most efficient way possible and with the fewest steps so that you can get your site created with netters surfing to it in the shortest amount of time. Now learn how to use Dreamweaver as efficiently as possible and get a peek at all the newest features in CS5!!

The material contained within is simply staggering: Basics, CSS, Forms, Flash, Automation, Database connectivity, and server-side XML and XSLT, it's all here!!

The Missing Manual is my favorite line of books because of the logical separation of content, the writing, and the design. My only gripe with this book would be the lack of color which could have easily been put in for only a small amount more added to the retail price, but this is not enough to knock my recommendation down. If you use Dreamweaver or want to learn more about what CS5 has to offer, pick this book up TO-DAY!!

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Not Updated much from CS4 28. September 2010
Von Faustus - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
If you have read the author's previous book, Dreamweaver CS4, The missing Manual, which is excellent; save your money. In the author's haste to get a book out, he neglets to cover integrating Dreamweaver with CMS: Word Press, Joomla, or Drupal. If anyone has a list of improvements, I am all ears. I hope this saves you time and money.

Either book, will do an excellent job teaching Dreamweaver. I guess I had high expectations CS5 would be educate me as much as the former; no such luck.
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Excellent Learning Tool 23. September 2010
Von L. Williams - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This book saved my bacon. I decided to learn Dreamweaver on my own with no experience in HTML or any programming. I'm a graphic designer, so I'm familiar with a lot of Adobe software, but Dreamweaver was so different, I just couldn't figure it out. I looked at a lot of books, but they were either too limited in the functions they taught, or relied on too much prior knowledge of HTML and programming conventions (I still can't make heads nor tails out of a lot of the "hints" I read online). As a designer, I wanted to be able to control everything visual about my site. With this book, I was able to recreate exactly what I had planned my web site to look like, and it works in all browsers! I felt like I was banging my head against a wall trying to learn to build a web site. Without this book, I don't think I could have done it. Now I am ready to start working on some other sites. The only problem is, my Missing Manual is getting a little threadbare already from how much I've riffled its pages!
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