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Creating Dynamic Web Page with XSLT and Dreamweaver 8

I've just finished attending an online tutorial of creating a dynamic webpage with XSLT using Dreamweaver 8 (1hr), this session was delivered and recorded using Macromedia Breeze. It was quite informative and I have learnt quite a lot, particularly how InDesign CS2 can be used to create an XML file easily! We need to get InDesign CS2 at work! If anyone is interested in looking at the session it is available at this link http://mmse.breezecentral.com/p83744480
Having missed the tutorial on creating a website using CSS, I hoped that it was recorded but unfortunately it wasn't. The next free session is on June 15th and is on learning Flash 8 actionscript. For anyone interested you can go here http://www.adobe.com/au/events to check out all the sessions coming up.

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