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Use the CSS Transitions panel
Use the CSS Transitions panel
The CSS Transitions panel in Dreamweaver simplifies the process of applying a transition from one state to another. In this lesson, you'll learn how to cause images to rotate and scale smoothly on hover. From Adobe Dreamweaver CC Learn by Video by David Powers.
  • Dreamweaver
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 1,810
  • Added: Apr 17, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:07:29
  • Tags: rotate, scale, transition, Adobe, CC, CSS, Dreameaver, Powers, Press, hover
ROBOHELP 10: Images, Screen tips and ALT text
ROBOHELP 10: Images, Screen tips and ALT text
One way to optimize search (SEO) results for your published RoboHelp projects is to make the most of images. This brief 3 minute video shows you (a) how to name videos with purpose-driven titles, (b) use Screen Tip settings to have relevant caption text appear during mouse hovers over an image and also (c) enter ALT Text, which is seen be Google and other search engines that index your context. The steps in RoboHelp 10 are extremely easy to do. Watch the video and let Product Evangelist @maxwellhoffmann show you how: you can do it too!
  • RoboHelp
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 354
  • Added: Jul 28, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:03:49
  • Tags: RoboHelp, ALT text, Images, SEO, Screen tips, image SEO, search images, search indexing
Project Panel and Media Browser Changes
Project Panel and Media Browser Changes
In this video you'll see how the Project panel, Media Browser panel, and default workspace have changed to make it easier to find and trim assets easier. You'll also learn how to use the new Hover Scrub feature to quickly preview and trim clips.
  • Premiere Pro
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 3,690
  • Added: Feb 03, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:07:02
  • Tags: Premiere Pro, adobe, Project Panel, Todd Kopriva, media browser, new features, CS6, Hover Scrub
As the Logo Turns: Introducing CSS3 Transitions and Animations
As the Logo Turns: Introducing CSS3 Transitions and Animations
Discover new techniques for adding motion to content. Since the early days of the web, we've relied on Flash technology, and more recently, JavaScript. But now, with WebKit and Mozilla leading the way, transformations and transitions can be achieved with pure CSS. And for those in need of even more movement, CSS3 provides keyframe-based animations. In this session, we'll take a look at all of the possibilities and explore what works and where — from the simplest hover effects to creative usability enhancements and the sure-to-be-popular spinning corporate logo. It's all about the movement, baby!
  • Dreamweaver
  • Creative Suite Web Premium
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 1,313
  • Added: Oct 27, 2010
  • Runtime: 01:11:54
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