Webinar: Managing CSS in Expression Web

PixelMill is happy to announce our first in a long series of Webinars and Seminars for Expression Web and SharePoint Designer 2007.
One of the most anticipated features in Expression Web and SharePoint Designer 2007 is the integrated CSS editor use interface. In the session, Corrie Haffly, our resident expert will guide you through managing CSS in these new editors. The title says Expression Web, but the same techniques will also work in SharePoint Designer. Space is limited, so don’t miss this opportunity.
Managing CSS in Expression Web
Expression Web comes with great new tools for managing and using CSS. Using Expression Web Beta, Corrie Haffly gives an overview of the new tools and some practical tips on how to use them.
Thurs., Dec 7, 2006
10:00 AM – 10:45 PM PST
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