Posts tagged "adobe recommends"

Adobe recommends: CSS Inspect

Over the past week, we publicized some high-value content from adobe.com andĀ  other community sites. Hopefully you enjoyed these posts and found the resources useful. This will be the last post in the “Adobe Recommends” series (for now!)

Continuing our trip along the CSS highway, we have this recommended video by Dreamweaver Product Manager, Scott Fegette:

Dreamweaver CS5 — CSS Inspect

This video shows you how you can use CSS Inspect in Dreamweaver’s Live view to inspect and edit your CSS structure.

Adobe recommends: Enhanced support for CSS3 in Dreamweaver CS5.5

OverĀ  the past week, we publicized some high-value content from adobe.com and other community sites. Hopefully you enjoyed these posts and found the resources useful. Today is our last day of the “Adobe Recommends” series.

Continuing our trip along the CSS highway, we now move to CSS3 with our next recommendation, by Preran Kurnool:

Enhanced support for CSS3 in Dreamweaver CS5.5

This blog post takes you through using box shadow, text shadow, border radius, and border image properties in Dreamweaver CS5.5.

Give it a spin and let us know what you think!

Adobe recommends: Automatically attaching style sheets to new documents

Here’s another one from the great David Powers:

Automatically attaching a style sheet to a new document

This article shows you how to attach style sheets to new documents that you’re creating in Dreamweaver — no need to fuss with the attachment process afterwards!

Adobe recommends: New CSS features in Dreamweaver CS5

Continuing our trip along the CSS highway, our next recommendation is a video by Dreamweaver superstar Brian Wood:

New CSS features in Dreamweaver CS5

The video demonstrates some of the most exciting new CSS features in Dreamweaver: new CSS layouts, CSS inspect, and CSS enable/disable.

Adobe recommends: CSS page layout basics

Continuing on our quest for great layout tips, our next recommendation comes from yours truly:

CSS page layout basics

This article takes you through the A-Z of what makes up a basic CSS layout. It also shows you how to use some of the CSS layouts that come packaged with Dreamweaver.

Adobe recommends: Layout 101

Here’s one from Dreamweaver veteran Gary White: Layout 101

This resource contains some outdated information (about Macromedia Dreamweaver!) but some of the basic concepts around CSS layout are still relevant and clearly presented. Useful for total newbies!

Adobe recommends: Spry Menu Bar resources

Here is another great resource for all you Spry Menu Bar widget users: Ryan Grabenstein’s Spry Menu Bar Resources.

This resource page contains a number of different types of tips and tutorial pieces (including video) for creating, editing, and customizing a Spry Menu Bar widget in Dreamweaver.

Adobe recommends: Customizing a Spry Menu Bar widget

Over the next week, we are going to be publicizing some high-value content from adobe.com and other community sites. We have been tracking what’s been most important to our users, and feel that getting this content out to the larger community will go a long way toward helping people tackle some of their most pressing challenges.

Our second recommendation is a piece by David Powers:

Customizing a Spry Menu Bar widget

The tutorial takes you through some of the most common styling tasks for the difficult-to-style Spry Menu Bar widget in Dreamweaver.

Give it a spin and let us know what you think!

Adobe recommends: Packaging mobile apps with Dreamweaver CS5.5

Over the next week, we are going to be publicizing some high-value content from adobe.com and other community sites. We have been tracking what’s been most important to our users, and feel that getting this content out to the larger community will go a long way toward helping people tackle some of their most pressing challenges.

Our first recommendation is from your truly:

Packaging web application as mobile apps using Dreamweaver CS5.5

The tutorial provides a sample mobile application and shows you how to compile the files in Dreamweaver. The end-result is a debug build that you can test in iOS or Android emulators on your computer.

Give it a spin and let us know what you think!