If you’ve been thinking you should redesign your website with CSS and finally get rid of all those old clunky HTML tables, this tutorial is for you.
Here is a suggested workflow for designing a website in Illustrator and Photoshop, slicing it up with the slice tool, and then taking it into Dreamweaver.
In this second part of the series, Geoff Blake talks about moving text from Photoshop and Illustrator into Dreamweaver.
This four-part series from Geoff Blake explores some of the tools in CS4 that will help with web search engine optimization.
Learn about using smart objects created in Illustrator and taking them into Photoshop and then Dreamweaver.
How to change the attributes of images used by dynamic web template inside of Dreamweaver.
After designing the header menu graphic in Illustrator, Geoff Blake takes the image into Photoshop before outputting it for his website that he is designing in Dreamweaver.
Taking templates a little further by using editable attributes to make changes to locked areas of a Dreamweaver template.