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For years, Fireworks has played a huge role in my workflow from design to finished page. However, there was an obvious gap where I had to manually write the markup and CSS after slicing and exporting the relevant images. The Fireworks CS4 team and I realised this obstacle and set out to address the issue with its CSS Export feature.
With the release of the Spry framework and its integration into Adobe Dreamweaver CS3, it’s now very easy to rapidly develop Ajax-powered web pages.
In this article written exclusively for Adobe I’ll demonstrate how to insert a Spry menu bar into an existing HTML document, design and export a new skin in Adobe Fireworks CS3, and implement this skin into the Spry menu bar using CSS.
I’ve just discovered that Adobe have free seminars to demonstrate and showcase their various products.
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is the science of improving the visibility of a website within search results delivered by search engines. The key is to improve website content relevance, amongst other factors, and reach targeted customers via search engine results.
I needed to do this recently and I couldn’t find any instructions on the web. There were bits and pieces here and there, but nothing all in one place - and you need to know what you are looking for.
So here it is - step by step explanation on how to create a dynamic robots.txt file (or any text file for that matter) with IIS 6.0 and ASP.NET 2.0.