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Recommended reading list? Dreamweaver 8, FireWorks 8, Flash 8.

a reading list for dreamweaver 8, fireworks 8, flash 8

     
9:33 am on Jun 8, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Hi,

I am about to start a new phase careerwise, really into the idea of designing websites. I am a newbie really, quick to learn but wanting to learn the right things and all in a rapid timeframe.

Can you experienced webbies point out a few good books dealing with the web design process, I have bought the complete Studio 8 software package.

I ought to add I am interested in making websites to generate a source of income. If this matters.

Cheers, Shaku007.

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I have found that the "Missing Manual" series by O'reilly are the best. Don't waste $$ on any Adobe books. They are almost as lame as the manuals that come with the products.
4:46 am on June 14, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Hi, thanks for the heads up, I ordered a copy of the "Missing Manual" series by O'Reilly. I also dropped Dreamweaver for a bit, until I can get ahead on the learning curve. Using RapidWeaver for the time being, easy to get a grasp and a quick start is important. DW will be used later in the summer. Spoiled using a Mac, normally flow with intuition and all is fine.

Any other books, etc? Fire a posting or email.

Cheers, shaku007

 

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