CSS Classes and Styling Images: Dreamweaver CS3 Tutorial

CSS Classes and Styling Images: Dreamweaver CS3 Tutorial

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22 responses to “CSS Classes and Styling Images: Dreamweaver CS3 Tutorial”

  1. Eleanor Humphries says:

    Very helpful video. Thank you.

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  4. Kankerzwijn says:

    Great tutorial!! Actually when you make a mistake, we learn alot by you seeing it fixing it!
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  5. imfreeareyou says:

    Now I knew how to style my images Thank you for this tutorial.

  6. guyjohn59 says:

    you probably used an anchor tag because thumbnails are usually linked to larger images

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  8. apper2112 says:

    Love your tutorials. I am sure you ignore the bad comments man. Those people are anchors with no sense of humour..lol

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    hello, man, you ‘re a master css!

  10. Hugh Gulland says:

    Thanks for these, finding your tuts really helpful

  11. phrenic13 says:

    ctrl + z can be the most important shortcut, lol

  12. Paige Arias says:

    Great work dude.
    I love your voice. Ha.

  13. Kaspar Kallasmaa says:

    good work, 5 points

  14. Dave Patheyjohns says:

    Back to training school for you. Best to rehers before posting. lol

  15. Adam Orban says:

    Great vid, but lol at 14:20

  16. J Fud says:

    Why not just do the drop shadow on the original images instead of dealing with 2 seperate images? The outcome would be the same.

  17. J Fud says:

    u sound like Charlie Sheen =)

  18. Poonam Sharma says:

    I love your videos and I feel it is good that you do not record rehearsed page, I feel my mind also working with tutorial as I also fall in these type of problems and your video teach me how to correct.
    I learned so many tips from your videos, Thanks a lot.

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  20. kiwibiwi says:

    the tutorials are great but i WISH you would decide what you are going to say before you record them because you say one thing then realise you are wrong and have to go back quite a lot and it gets confusing for new people !

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    Can anyone tell me what is the best program to record this type of presentation. I just have to do an presentation like this to an website and i dont know wich program is the best.

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