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GoLive 5 Visual Insight Paperback – 30 Nov 2000


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GoLive 5 Visual Insight is part of a series from Coriolis, which is aimed at novice to intermediate users, particularly those who appreciate terse instructions alongside step-by-step screenshots. The goal is to offer practical lessons that users can put to work right away, in a visual presentation that, hopefully, makes even complicated tasks seem easy.

For the most part, the authors have succeeded. First, they introduce the GoLive work environment, with all its inspectors and docking palettes, and then take readers slowly through the process of creating pages, site organisation and using images, links, tables and frames. And they introduce JavaScript actions and Cascading Style Sheets, all in the first 11 chapters. The remainder of the book walks readers through five projects, each dealing with a specific task, for example, making page templates or using JavaScript actions to create alert boxes.

Unfortunately, the situations in these projects are exactly as "real-life" as promised. For example, one JavaScript project shows how to make clickable text that changes the background colour of the page--readers must imagine their own rationale for using such a trick on their own sites. Another problem, some characters in the source code are incorrect: a few times, squares appear in HTML where double quotation marks should be. Although one doesn't need to know HTML in order to use GoLive and, in fact, the book doesn't show the source code very often, these errors could confuse readers.

These negatives aside, the book does include a handy pull-out list of keyboard shortcuts and a thorough index. And its ultra-slow pacing may appeal to those who feel overwhelmed by all the buttons and inspector options in GoLive. --Angelynn Grant

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