Working together for standards The Web Standards Project

If you’re working with the new version of Dreamweaver, you may be interested in a new book from SitePoint aimed at those who wish to build standards compliant sites.

Written by WaSP member Rachel Andrew of the Dreamweaver Task Force, and tech edited by Group Leader Molly E. Holzschlag, Build Your Own Standards Compliant Website Using Dreamweaver 8 is apparently everything you need to create standards compliant, accessible, cross-browser compatible websites with – you guessed it – Macromedia Dreamweaver 8.

Sample chapters are available, and the book is shipping right away. When asked to say something witty for the folks at home, Rachel uttered:

My aim was not only to show existing Dreamweaver users how to work with web standards, but to also help out those who are already up to speed with standards but need to know how to apply that within Dreamweaver.

Of course, Rachel isn’t the only DWTF member to be working on book projects, and we hope to have more exciting announcements for Dreamweaver users later in the year.

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