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    i want to learn web design

    i'm totally n00b in that

    and totally photoshop n00b too

    from where should i start from bitme

    i would like videos than e books

    if u know a good stuff from bitme to help me start learning will be nice

    just pm me with the link to the torrent or post it here

    thx



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    basicaly look for anything that teaches CSS.

    Im not a member over there but lynda vids are quite good in all sorts of stuff, CSS included.

    sorry i cant tell you anything specific to look for though.

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    Yes download any Lyndia vids regarding CSS, XHTML, DHTML, Photoshop CS2 or 3 (Newest version)Illustrator for Vector based graphics as well. Also download an ebook by peachpit press on CSS.

    You want to look for this ebook.

    Peachpit Press HTML XHTML and CSS 6th Edition Aug 2006

    Description:

    Like previous editions, HTML 4 for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide has won universal praise for being the most succinct, indispensable guide to using HTML to design Web pages. Completely updated for HTML 4, this third edition covers such important innovations as Cascading Style Sheets and dynamic HTML, as well as the improved form, frame, and table features. It also includes a variety of tips on how to create good-looking pages and avoid common pitfalls of Web design.

    Perfect for beginners, the book presumes no prior knowledge of HTML and presents clear, step-by-step instructions for creating each element of a page, from titles and headers to forms and frames — all illustrated with examples of the code and the resulting page. But HTML 4 for the World Wide Web: VQS isn't just for novices. Thanks to its well-organized tabbed format and real-world coverage of HTML tags, even experienced Web designers will find it a valuable day-to-day reference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stoi View Post
    basicaly look for anything that teaches CSS.

    Im not a member over there but lynda vids are quite good in all sorts of stuff, CSS included.

    sorry i cant tell you anything specific to look for though.
    i just want to thank u for replying and triyng to help me

    if u need an invite tell me lol



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    thanks for the offer, but in all honesty i wouldnt use it so not fair on you, pass it on to someone that will use the tracker a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoi View Post
    thanks for the offer, but in all honesty i wouldnt use it so not fair on you, pass it on to someone that will use the tracker a lot

    i have an issue with my bcg acc i will pm u with it

    Quote Originally Posted by grimms View Post
    Yes download any Lyndia vids regarding CSS, XHTML, DHTML, Photoshop CS2 or 3 (Newest version)Illustrator for Vector based graphics as well. Also download an ebook by peachpit press on CSS.

    You want to look for this ebook.

    Peachpit Press HTML XHTML and CSS 6th Edition Aug 2006

    Description:

    Like previous editions, HTML 4 for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide has won universal praise for being the most succinct, indispensable guide to using HTML to design Web pages. Completely updated for HTML 4, this third edition covers such important innovations as Cascading Style Sheets and dynamic HTML, as well as the improved form, frame, and table features. It also includes a variety of tips on how to create good-looking pages and avoid common pitfalls of Web design.

    Perfect for beginners, the book presumes no prior knowledge of HTML and presents clear, step-by-step instructions for creating each element of a page, from titles and headers to forms and frames all illustrated with examples of the code and the resulting page. But HTML 4 for the World Wide Web: VQS isn't just for novices. Thanks to its well-organized tabbed format and real-world coverage of HTML tags, even experienced Web designers will find it a valuable day-to-day reference.

    thx bro i will look into it
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    Hey 0110,

    I do graphic design on the side and know photoshop pretty well. I'm not a web expert, but maybe I can point you in the right direction. Feel free to pm me with specific questions if you are stuck.

    Take care.

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    Some good suggestions in this thread.

    IMO all you need is tbp. I was in the same position 6 months ago and here's what I did.

    - Lynda.com HTML and CSS Video tutorial
    - http://w3schools.com
    - HTML Dog ebook
    - Any good CSS ebook(for reference when you get stuck)
    - Learning PHP5 - David Sklar (O'Reilly publications)
    - Total Training Photoshop Video tutorials.

    Thats all you need. Hang out in webmaster forums and you'll learn along the way.

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anions View Post
    Some good suggestions in this thread.

    IMO all you need is tbp. I was in the same position 6 months ago and here's what I did.

    - Lynda.com HTML and CSS Video tutorial
    - http://w3schools.com
    - HTML Dog ebook
    - Any good CSS ebook(for reference when you get stuck)
    - Learning PHP5 - David Sklar (O'Reilly publications)
    - Total Training Photoshop Video tutorials.

    Thats all you need. Hang out in webmaster forums and you'll learn along the way.

    Cheers.
    More great advice.

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    These video tutorials equip you with the skills necessary to turn an ordinary website into one that's content-rich using popular web design and development tools: Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Flash, Contribute, Photoshop, and Illustrator. You'll be amazed at how easy it is to combine these programs interchangeably. John shares his expertise to help you understand how to ensure compatibility across multiple browsers and platforms.

    Disc 1 - Part 1

    Lesson 1: Intoduction & Project Background (10:08 min)
    1. Project File Overview
    2. Identifying Ways to Improve a Website
    3. Previewing the Finished Website

    Lesson 2: Creating a Company Logo with Illustrator (24:52 min)
    1. Live Trace & the Tracing Options Dialog Box
    2. Adjusting Tracing Presets, Mode & Threshold
    3. Adjusting the Trace Settings
    4. Converting a Tracing Object into Paths
    5. Tracing Strokes & Changing the View
    6. Using Live Paint to Fill an Area with Color

    Lesson 3: Website Layout using Photoshop (48:56 min)
    1. Preparing a Web Page Mock-up in Photoshop
    2. Creating Mock-up Navigation Buttons
    3. Managing Assets & Working with Layer Groups
    4. Working with Rasterized Illustrator Files
    5. Importing & Working with Smart Objects
    6. Working with Text
    7. Adding Buttons to the Layout
    8. Using Blend Modes to Add Graphic Highlights
    9. Tidying Up Photoshop & Saving Your Project

    Lesson 4: Making Slices with Fireworks (46:50 min)
    1. Altering Some Design Issues in Photoshop
    2. Opening a Photoshop File in Fireworks
    3. Using the Slice Tool
    4. Making Slices with the Selection Tool
    5. Exporting from Fireworks into Dreamweaver
    6. Adding More Slices to the Web Page
    7. Renaming the Slices
    8. Setting Up the HTML File for Export
    9. Looking at the Images & Deleting Unused Files
    10. Optimizing Images with the Optimize Palette
    11. Doing a Final Clean-up Pass

    Lesson 5: Creating a Dreamweaver Site (32:00 min)
    1. Setting Up the Site De.nition
    2. New Document & Preview in Browser Preferences
    3. Creating a Tracing Image
    4. Editing a Layout in Fireworks
    5. Choosing Background Color & Alignment
    6. Creating Multiple Pages Using a Template
    7. Adding Content to the Pages
    8. Modifying a Template in Expanded Mode
    9. Linking Buttons to Pages
    10. Saving & Updating Template-Based Files

    Lesson 6: Cascading Style Sheets (46:19
    1. Introducing CSS Styles
    2. Creating & Applying a New Class Style
    3. Creating & Applying New Tag Styles
    4. Removing, Finding & Replacing Styles
    5. Duplicating, Moving & Modifying Styles
    6. Viewing Applied Styles & Updating Changes
    7. Creating an Advanced CSS Rule for Links
    8. De.ning Group & Combination Tag Selectors
    9. Creating a Class Style for Text Color
    10. Creating a Horizontal Rule to Divide Text

    Lesson 7: Main Navigation Systems (47:19 min)
    1. Setting Up Rollover Button Images in Fireworks
    2. Copying & Sharing Graphics across Frames
    3. Setting Up the Rollover Behavior in Fireworks
    4. Setting Up Pages for a Pop-up Menu
    5. Creating a Pop-up Menu in Fireworks
    6. Using Correct Paths, Button Styles & Special Characters
    7. Adding Rollover Button Images to a Page
    8. Exporting Images from Fireworks to Dreamweaver
    9. Creating a Rollover Button in Dreamweaver
    10. Creating an Animated GIF in Fireworks

    Lesson 8: DHTML Layers, Interactivity & Forms (51:42 min)
    1. Designing Layers with CSS
    2. Determining Table Position with CSS Rules
    3. Integrating CSS Styles & DHTML Layers
    4. Setting Up a Form on the Stu. Page
    5. Adding Buttons & Checkboxes to a Form
    6. Enabling the Form to Submit Order Data
    7. Creating Remote Rollovers
    8. Using the Show-Hide Layers Function
    9. Using Tags & Behaviors to Control HTML Text
    10. Final Comments & Credits



    Disc 2 - Part 2

    Lesson 1: ADVANCED GALLERY PAGES (67:58 min)
    1. Looking at Web Page Layers in Fireworks
    2. Creating Slices for the Crew Images
    3. Setting Slice Types & Optimization
    4. Copying Images to Another Frame for Rollovers
    5. Setting Behaviors for the Navigation Bar
    6. Adding Simple Rollovers to the Main Menu
    7. Exporting HTML, Images & Slices from Fireworks
    8. Linking Slices & Putting Images on Separate Layers
    9. Editing HTML & Attaching a Style Sheet
    10. Building the Individual Crew Pages
    11. Linking the Crew Pages to the Main Page
    12. Creating a Photoshop(R) Web Photo Gallery
    13. Setting Up a Page Template for the Gallery
    14. Incorporating the Gallery into the Website
    15. Finishing Up the Gallery Pages in Dreamweaver

    Lesson 2: FLASH ELEMENTS & FLASH VIDEO (26:32 min)
    1. Inserting Flash Text into Dreamweaver
    2. Using Flash Buttons
    3. Preparing Video in the Flash 8 Video Encoder
    4. Advanced Flash Video Encoding Settings
    5. Using the Insert Flash Video Dialog Box
    6. Viewing the Inserted Flash Video in a Browser

    Lesson 3: MAKING FLASH SLIDESHOWS (59:35 min)
    1. Starting a New Slideshow
    2. Importing Still Image Files
    3. Adding Text to the Slideshow
    4. Creating Navigation Button Graphics
    5. Converting Button Graphics to Symbols
    6. Understanding Keyframe Properties
    7. Adding Behaviors to Buttons
    8. Loading the Slideshow into a Website
    9. Using a Flash Movie as a Template
    10. Looking at Publish Settings

    Lesson 4: CREATING A FLASH BANNER AD (49:38 min)
    1. Setting Up to Create a Banner Ad
    2. Designing the Banner
    3. Adding Motion to the Banner
    4. Adding Text Elements to the Banner
    5. Creating & Animating Text
    6. Animating with Motion & Shape Tweens
    7. Adjusting the Animation for Timing
    8. Linking the Animated Banner to the Site
    9. Generating a Size Report & Publishing

    Lesson 5: MAKING A MINI FLASH SITE (73:36 min)
    1. Reviewing the Site in Fireworks
    2. Importing & Organizing Assets
    3. Adjusting Values & Settings in an Imported Document
    4. Converting the Layout to a Flash Movie
    5. Creating a Flash Animation with Slides
    6. Making More Animations Using Guides & Slides
    7. Testing Your Flash Movie & Fixing Errors
    8. Converting Graphics into Buttons
    9. Applying a Behavior to a Button
    10. Importing Video
    11. Animating the Video
    12. Controlling the Video with Behaviors
    13. Adding Behaviors to Buttons
    14. Setting up a Loader
    15. Adding a Progress Bar
    16. Placing the Mini Site into the Website

    Lesson 6: SITE TESTING & PUBLISHING (36:32 min)
    1. Testing a Website for Potential Problems
    2. Adding Keywords & Description Meta Tags
    3. Viewing the Site Map & Modifying Page Titles
    4. Verifying Links with Check Links Sitewide Feature
    5. Checking Source Code for Errors
    6. Setting Up a Remote Server for Your Website
    7. Cloaking Certain File Types to Prevent Publishing
    8. Making Changes to a Published Website

    Lesson 7: WORKGROUP INTEGRATION USING CONTRIBUTE╓ (20:47 min)
    1. Setting Up a Website for Multiple Users
    2. Communicating through Design Notes
    3. Creating a Connection with Contribute
    4. Editing a Web Page in Contribute
    5. Administering a Website

    Lesson 8: INCORPORATING PRINT MATERIALS (30:07 min)
    1. Creating a Business Card Using Web Page Graphics
    2. Creating a Brochure Using Web Page Graphics
    3. Adding Background & Text Colors to the Brochure
    4. Saving the Brochure as a PDF for Printing Purposes
    5. Saving the Brochure as a PDF for the Web
    6. Linking the Brochure PDF to the Website
    7. Final Comments & Credits


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