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Flash & Dreamweaver Tutorials?

Discussion in 'Logo Design & Brand Identity Forum:' started by Nick Garrish, May 3, 2010.

  1. Nick Garrish

    Nick Garrish Junior Member


    I was wondering if anybody can point me in the right direction for some Flash & Dreamweaver tutorials which will help me start getting to grips with the packages?
  2. Jed

    Jed Member

    For Dreamweaver and Flash I would reccommend swallowing a for Dummies book if you can as they can complex enough that small tutorials dont cover it.

    If you also looking into coding in Dreamweaver gain some background knowledge of the coding first - assuming you haven't.

    Or failing all else use the Adobe Help Manuals - they are pretty indepth enough to help you in most matters for a starting point (just press F1 in any of your adobe programs.)
  3. for flash: gotoandlearn and for dreamweaver go to kirupa (search for both of them on Google :D)
  4. Aarlev

    Aarlev Member also has some excellent video tutorials for all the Adobe Software. They're not free, but definitely worth the fee in my opinion.
  5. rolizgertz

    rolizgertz Junior Member

    Nick Garrish
    You also have resources free on internet like youtube where simple tricks are many times elaborated well, which we might have skipped in learning process.
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  6. Harry

    Harry Senior Member

    Don't learn Dreamweaver, learn HTML…
  7. Renniks

    Renniks Senior Member

    2 months ago I would have agreed with this statement, but now I disagree.
    Learning to use a program such as dreamweaver is nothing like learning HTML.

    If you need to learn how to code a website, don't assume dreamweaver can do it for you, or that learning to use dreamweaver will allow you to code websites.

    If you know how to code websites, learning to use dreamweaver is an extra 'tool' in your repertoire.

    I use it regularly at work now, FTP, syncing, templates, library items, checking in & out, good explorer options, find and replace.... None of which are anything to do with my ability (or lack of, if the case may be) of coding :)

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