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Dreamweaver 12
Dreamweaver MX: Creating Anchor Links

Personally, I don't use anchor links a lot since I typically don't design long web pages. That said, they are still very useful and perfect for certain types of web sites. Places I find anchor links frequently used are government sites.

For this lesson, we'll start with an HTML page that already has content and just needs the anchors added. I'm using the printed version of one of our Flash tutorials.

We'll start out by adding some new links at the top of the page and then create anchor links to each corresponding item on the page.

Microformats Extensions

Part of the remit of the Dreamweaver Task Force is to work with the online Dreamweaver community to encourage and assist in the adoption of web standards. Whilst a lot of our effort has been to work alongside Macromedia to help shape the support for standards within the Dreamweaver product line (after all, there’s no point us tell you guys to use standards if the tool makes it hard to do so), there are some things it’s not reasonable to expect the Dreamweaver engineers to tackle right away.

Dreamweaver Templates

Our Dreamweaver templates can be edited in Dreamweaver 3, 4, MX or 8. The Dreamweaver templates come with a DWT file for making global changes and where necessary LBI library files. Those that have PNG files for editing in Fireworks are indicated in the template description

Lift for Macromedia® Dreamweaver®

Lift for Macromedia Dreamweaver and UltraDev® fundamentally changes the way web designers create usable and accessible content. With Lift, users can eliminate the lengthy retrofitting process and create usable and accessible content as they go, without having to learn a new software environment. To get a closer look at the product, request a demo. See a quick example of using Lift for Dreamweaver to build accessible tables.

Lift simplifies the process of compliance with W3C and Section 508 guidelines and allows users to define corporate or agency-wide guidelines to meet their specific needs. Evaluating web pages in monitor mode automates accessibility and saves precious development time and money. Tables, images, scripts and links are easy to manage with the Fix Wizard, a simple step-by-step tool that guides users through creating accessible content.

Lift provides you with the means to make decisions about usability and accessibility issues and the ways to implement these principles as easily as possible. With Lift, you will improve user experience, which ultimately maximizes the effectiveness of site transactions and increases a site's return on investment.

Dreamweaver MX 2004: The Missing Manual
Macromedia's Dreamweaver MX 2004 is the leading software tool for the creation of Web sites and other HTML interfaces. It's remarkably capable, able to deal intelligently with everything from fonts and images to JavaScript for client-side data validation and embedded Java applets. In most cases, Dreamweaver will save you time over hand-coding--and yield better-looking pages to boot. The program's learning curve, though, isn't trivial. That's why Dreamweaver MX 2004: The Missing Manual is worth having on hand as you learn to use Dreamweaver, and worth keeping within reach as you tackle increasingly difficult Web development work.

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