Media praise for Dynamic Learning: Dreamweaver CS3

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"This book has a lot going for it as a classroom tool. The 13 lessons deal with the basics of using Dreamweaver, customizing it to the way you work, and touches on broad Web coding issues. So beginners, who most need those broader issues as context, will appreciate that something extra they need."
-- Brett Merkey, Amazon.com

"The book is written by product experts who show what’s new in the software as well as teaching the basics from previous versions."
-- Gregg Ellman, The Star-Telegram

"As a primarily visual learner, I found the abundance of clear color illustrations that take the reader a step at a time extremely helpful. The visuals on the DVD help take these a step further for someone like myself. I think this book has a definite place on the shelf of anyone learning or in the early comfort stages of using Dreamweaver."
-- John R. Clark, TCM Reviews

"O'Reilly has raised the bar on book-bound self-paced training media with this combination book and DVD package. The entire course is exceptionally well done and can be used as a formal training program, with free instructor guides. Participants are taken through the entire Dreamweaver production workflow, from learning the application work environment to managing a published site."
-- Michael Kleper, The Kleper Report

"This guide uses 13 lessons to illustrate how to use Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 on a Mac or PC to develop, design, and maintain websites. "
-- Shannon Hendrickson, SciTech Book News

"One of the best features of the book is that as the lessons progress, there is a great emphasis on the use of CSS to style the pages and it includes discussions of the differences between print and the web when choosing font sizes, how to prepare images for use on the web. "
-- Diane George, PC Community News

"I would highly recommend Dynamic Learning Dreamweaver CS3 as an excellent choice for both beginners and anyone wanting to fine tune their web authoring skills."
-- Pam Raisanen, COMP Communicator - Computer Operators of Marysville and Port Huron



"This book has a lot going for it as a classroom tool. The 13 lessons deal with the basics of using Dreamweaver, customizing it to the way you work, and touches on broad Web coding issues. So beginners, who most need those broader issues as context, will appreciate that something extra they need."
--Brett Merkey, Amazon.com