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with Jillian Koskie

Dreamweaver: 25 Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts in 60 minutes

Jillian Koskie, freelance systems analyst, programmer and trainer

Pick up tips and tricks from a Dreamweaver expert to maximize your use of Dreamweaver. Get the fast track on Dreamweaver MX 2004 and explore what this product has to offer library Webmasters. Find out about creating dynamic Web sites, building pages faster, setting up templates, and more.

Noon ET 9am PT
Tuesday, Oct. 25th, 2005

The Benefits

An experienced developer and designer will provide an insider's guide to using Dreamweaver MX 2004 to get the most out of the software. You'll take away ideas and shortcuts that will save you time and help you develop and maintain your own Web site easier and faster.

Who Should Participate?

Anyone who is using Dreamweaver to update a Web site or thinking about using Dreamweaver and would like to know about some of the features and options.

Key Topics You Will Explore

* Find out how to set up templates so authors can edit the page content but not the site design
* Find out how easy it is to create forms
* Learn about how to create dynamic pages
* Explore some of the built in features like code validation
* Learn about some site management tools that can save you time

Method of Instruction
Audio conference with Web-based visuals and supported by handout.


Member: $58.00 + GST
Non-Member: $74.00 + GST

What is a WEBCAST?

This is an expanded version of our popular audio conferences. You will need a computer and the ability to get on the internet... and a telephone. That is it. No special hardware; no special software. You will be given an address on the Web at which you will sign in with a password that will be given to you in your registration confirmation. You will be able to see the presenter's desktop and see what he or she is doing as you watch. Like all audio conferences, there is no limit on the number of people that might be around the phone at each location. The limitation will be in how many people can comfortably see the computer. If you have a data projector, there is probably no limit.

Jillian Koskie is a freelance systems analyst, programmer and trainer. Jillian has worked in the IT industry for 10 years and provides project leadership for the design, development and implementation of custom software solutions. She specializes in developing on-line systems using ColdFusion and PHP and has had the opportunity to speak at such conferences as Internet Librarian on many topics, including the use of Dreamweaver as a development tool.

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