If you're building a website, you're going to want to have Scroll Areas, and if you decide to build you're site using Adobe GoLive, then this tutorial is for you. Learn how to use the ScrollArea action with this well explained video. Use the ScrollArea action in GoLive.
When you place an image in the same box as text, chances are you're going to want the text to wrap around the image just as you would in page layout. In this tutorial, Terry White will show you just how easy it is to not only wrap the text around, but to also give your image some extra white space around it. Watch this amazing video now!
In this video Special Guest Lynn Grillo from Adobe will show us how to create and use GoLive page templates. Templates in GoLive allow you to define the page design and placement of your objects. By using Templates if you ever decide to update/change the design of your site, all you have to do is modify the Template page that your site pages are based on.
Chances are if you’re using Adobe GoLive CS2, you’re probably also using Photoshop and maybe Illustrator too. The great thing about GoLive is that it works hand in hand with .PSD and .AI files. In this video Terry White will show you how to incorporate them into each other using Smart Objects.
Adobe GoLive CS2 has a complete Quicktime editor built right in. In this video Terry White will show you how to use it to create a photo slideshow movie from scratch using some of your existing photos. After the movie is created you can add it to any of your pages and you can even have the movie point to different URLs as the movie plays.
In this video we'll take a multi-page InDesign document and export one of the pages to HTML. Terry White will show you the ins and outs of how this feature works. Check out the video now!
Using GoLive CS2, you'll learn how to create some CSS-based rollovers. This is really an easy way to create some rollovers, using CSS, which is an incredibly useful and powerful way to style and design your website pages. In this GoLive video tutorial, learn how to style not only your links, visited links, and active links using CSS, but you will also see how to give your links a rollover or hover style as well. You will quickly see how much more you can achieve by styling your links using CSS.
Today, see how to use GoLive CS2 to create pure CSS layouts. That's using CSS to lay your website out, which is a really nice way to layout your webpages. It's laying it out without tables, and allows the site to change based on the users resolution. In this video tutorial, see how to create website layouts made entirely of CSS using GoLive's new CSS tools and the new liquid layouts available in GoLive CS2.
Every now and then you may need to use HTML tags outside of your HTML editor. Posting things for sale on eBay is a perfect example. In this video tutorial you'll see how you can use GoLive CS2 to generate all the HTML to make your descriptions pop.
Formatting text can be tedious. In the print world we use Paragraph and Character styles. In the web world we use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). In this video we'll take the wraps off GoLive's new CSS interface and learn how to transform those standard H1, H2, etc. tags into something a lot more customized to your taste.