MAX Advanced CSS Session Files Posted — Finally

by Stephanie Rewis on November 22, 2005

I finally got a moment to breathe since the move and I've posted my files from my MAX session on Advanced CSS. For those of you that attended my sessions, this particular PDF was created from the actual Power Point Presentation used at MAX. It is more accurate than the one you can download from the Macromedia attendee support area (mainly due to the fact that I couldn't cover everything I wanted to in an hour and I had to remove a few things). I did leave in an extra example (shown after the final Thank You slide) even though I didn't have time in the session to cover it. It's a negative margins “Real World Example” and you may at least enjoy deconstructing the code.

Since the files used were actual client sites, I simply link to them and don't provide them as a download. The files are located at my W3Conversions site. One day, it will actually be completed with tasty treats. It will have a style switcher (represented now by the different designs you'll see when you refresh the pages). I feel certain that one day I'll have time to work on my own sites. Really. Until then, all I can offer there are the MAX files.

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Alex Marino November 22, 2005 at 11:40 am

Cool .. thanks Stephanie

Stef. November 22, 2005 at 11:50 am

You’re most welcome Alex. Better late than ever, eh? ;)

Terry November 23, 2005 at 3:15 pm

Hey Stephanie,

Loved your tips with CSS. BTW, I just taught my first DW 8 workshop for faculty using the new CSS capabilities in DW. Not layers but inserting divs directly. It was fun.

Stef. November 23, 2005 at 3:28 pm

Good news, Terry! That’s how it all gets changed, bit by bit, eh? Glad it went well… :)

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