Working with Photoshop Slices in Dreamweaver - 4
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: Richard Williams
: Working with Photoshop Slices in Dreamweaver - 4
Dreamweaver Tutorials at Creative COW
Kent , United Kingdom
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In part 4 of this video tutorial series, Richard finalizes the web page inside of Dreamweaver. Topics covered in this tutorial are repeating background images, background color, site load speed up and expandable site construction.
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