Microsoft Expression Web 4 LiveLessons 50% off!

Microsoft Expression Web 4 LiveLessons

Microsoft Expression Web 4 LiveLessons (Video Training)

Morten Rand-Hendricksen, the author of the Sam’s Teach Yourself Expression Web in 24 Hours series of books, now has a video training series available with his Microsoft Expression Web 4 LiveLessons.

The DVD offers more than six hours of comprehensive video training, broken into 27 individual lessons and covers all the new features of version 4 thoroughly, including HTML5. This video is perfect both for those new to Expression Web, as well as those upgrading to version 4. Remember, if you have a retail version of Expression Web 3.0, you can upgrade to Expression Web 4.0 for free.

The Microsoft Expression Web 4 LiveLessons is NOW AVAILABLE directly from QUE at a 50% discount. The DVD can be pre-ordered and will be available November 24th. Don’t delay as this is a limited time offer.

These practical videos walk you through starting projects, building effective pages, using Code View, and thoroughly mastering Expression Web 4’s powerful CSS capabilities. You’ll find hands-on coverage of Dynamic Web Templates and site management, browser testing with SuperPreview, search engine optimization with the new SEO Checker, and much more!

Table of Contents for the LiveLession Video

Part 1:  Microsoft Expression Web 4 Basics
Lesson 1: Get to Know Microsoft Expression Web 4
Lesson 2: A Look Into the Future
Lesson 3: Starting a New Project by Setting Up a New Site
Lesson 4: Building a Basic Web Page
Lesson 5: Working with Multiple Pages and (Hyper)links
Lesson 6: Page Properties and Meta Tags
Part 2: Working with Images in Microsoft Expression Web 4
Lesson 7: Images in Expression Web 4
Lesson 8: Images from External Sources
Lesson 9: Advanced Image Editing
Part 3: HTML and Code View in Microsoft Expression Web 4
Lesson 10: HTML – An Introduction
Lesson 11: Working in Code View
Part 4: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Basics in Microsoft Expression Web 4
Lesson 12: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) – An Introduction
Lesson 13: Using a CSS Reset
Lesson 14: Understanding CSS: The Box Model
Lesson 15: Understanding CSS: Practical Examples
Part 5: Advanced Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) in Microsoft Expression Web 4
Lesson 16: Understanding CSS: Creating Layouts with Boxes Model
Lesson 17: Understanding CSS: Positioning
Lesson 18: Understanding CSS: Background Images
Part 6: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Menus in Microsoft Expression Web 4
Lesson 19: Building CSS Menus: The Vertical Menu
Lesson 20: Building CSS Menus: The Horizontal Menu
Lesson 21: Building CSS Menus: The Horizontal Drop-Down Menu
Part 7: Dynamic Web Templates and Microsoft Expression Web 4
Lesson 22: Using Dynamic Web Templates
Lesson 23: Using Dynamic Web Templates for Site Management
Part 8: Beyond the Basics of Microsoft Expression Web 4
Lesson 24: Flash and Other Rich Media Content
Lesson 25: Browser Testing with SuperPreview
Lesson 26: Search Engine Optimization
Lesson 27: Publishing Your Site

As soon as I receive the DVD, I will be watching and reviewing Microsoft Expression Web 4 LiveLessons.

Want to know more about Morten? Visit his blog, design in philosophy.

Want to know more about the free upgrade from Expression Web 3.0 to 4.0 or about Expression Web 4.0 in general? Visit Expression Web Tutorials & Templates.

UPDATE: November 29th. Large box delivered – smaller box inside which include one DVD.

November 29th – Spent part of today watching the Microsoft Expression Web 4 LiveLessons DVD. Finished watching the first three parts which takes you through Lesson 11. Very well done so far. I would encourage you to watch the video all the way through the first time, especially if you are new to writing HTML code and CSS, as well as Expression Web 4. Review of the entire series will follow.

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