Re: Books to learn DreamWeaver

Subject: Re: Books to learn DreamWeaver
From: Walter Crockett <walter -dot- crockett -at- ascentialsoftware -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 15 May 2001 09:11:52 -0500

The Dreamweaver 4 Bible by Joseph W. Lowery is an excellent resource. (If
you're working in DreamWeaver 3, you can find it for that version too.) I
bought the Gold Edition, which has a few more goodies. I found it highly
readable and easy to follow.

Lowery also pops up online from time to time answering questions in a couple
of DreamWeaver listservs, I believe. If you're going to be working in
Dreamweaver, it's a good idea to subscribe to the DreamWeaver Talk list
( If you're developing cross-browser help
in DreamWeaver, you should also subscribe to Helpweavers

Walter Crockett


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