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Adobe GoLive 5.0 provides a new Table Window environment to ease the selection, formatting, and sorting of table cells. Easily import tab-delimited data, take advantage of the various Table Style themes provided, or easily create your own theme for your unique designs. Sorting table data is easier than ever with the new services provided by the Table Window. Additionally, the Layout Grid (table-based) has also been optimized to generate lean HTML code.
Visually design dynamically generated Web pages with Adobe® GoLive Dynamic Link for ASP (Active Server Pages). With Dynamic Link for ASP, you can seamlessly connect to and deliver content from any ODBC-compliant database - no prior programming knowledge, middleware, or server-side installs are required. Simply mock up your Web page content in GoLive with a template of your own creation. One click of the mouse inside the Dynamic Link palette links the mock content on your Web page to a specified database, complete with a Live Preview based on the actual database content. The ASP code is automatically written by Dynamic Link. When it's time to update the templates, you can do so without breaking the dynamic bindings - all within GoLive.
Breathe life into your Web pages by adding audio and video files with drag-and-drop ease. Simply place your media files, including QuickTime or Flash (SWF) objects, onto the late-stage, on-board interactive editor and visually queue video and audio tracks in an intuitive QuickTime timeline. It's like working with a robust, stand-alone QuickTime authoring application combined with the power of GoLive's authoring and site- management capabilities. When you're finished, export your creation based on QuickTime Streaming technology for optimal bandwidth performance.
We can open a sound file, Guitar.s
then click on the open QuickTime Editor button and add MIDI and Quicktime movie files using the QuickTime Objects menu:
dragging QT Movies and MIDI sound files to produce
After proper sequencing, the resulting movie was composed and exported as a QT movie. The results are:
All of the movie/sound composition has occurred in GoLive. We do not need expensive programs like Adobe Premiere to create QuickTime movies for the Web.
For on-the-fly editing of Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe LiveMotion objects, GoLive 5.0 provides drag-and-drop functionality and unprecedented integration. Accelerate your workflow by working directly with the original application source files. For example, Photoshop 5.5's familiar "Save for Web" feature is now built into GoLive, allowing you to easily edit and optimize images directly within GoLive! No more switching between applications for such simple tasks as resizing images. And GoLive always links to the corresponding source files when more advanced edits are required, thus streamlining your workflow with the convenience of knowing that the original source files and applications are always just a single click away.
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1. Drag the RollOver icon from the Smart tab in the Objects palette
2. Using the RollOver Inspector, select the Main image by browsing
3. Using the RollOver Inspector, select the Over image by browsing
4. Using the RollOver Inspector, select the Click image by browsing, and insert the URL for navigation
Results work with IE but not NetScape
• Design, create, edit, and view an entire site or import existing sites.
• Visually check and repair broken links.
• Automatically generate sites from templates and master pages.
• Easily upload or download individual Web pages or an entire Web site via FTP.
• Display estimated download times for a Web page.
• (NEW) Site Builder for fast prototyping and information flow-charting.
• (NEW) WebDAV functionality allows users to have secure workgroup functionality.
• (NEW) Powerful and flexible views to represent site data with multiple panes for multiple views.
• (NEW) Powerful Site Report features for Web site reporting.:
Adobe GoLive 5.0 User Guide, Adobe, San Jose, CA (1999)
The Adobe GoLive Home page is:
A (not necessarily objective) comparison of GoLive and DreamWeaver is given at:
A good introduction to scalable vector graphics is given at:
The specification for SMIL is available at
A good summary of XML features is given at
A good introduction to MathML is given at:
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) Specifications are given at: