Book Signing

Yes, I signed them as well :)

I'm sure they'll be worth some moolah one of these days when I RULE THE WORLD!!! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Posted by Daniel Short on Jun 26, 2006 at 12:00 AM | Categories: (X)HTML - CSS - Dreamweaver - Rambling -



Lee wrote on 06/28/06 7:29 AM

Just finished a second of your dreamweaver courses. I have always been very enthusiastic about web design but never had the time to get passed the first stumbling blocks. I would like to commend you on these courses (ASP is no longer witchcraft to me) and would love to see more titles in there! Maybe on ASP.Net or more on ASP with SQL or MySQL. Either way this has been the best money I have ever spent on tutorials. Thanks so much.
Daniel Short

Daniel Short wrote on 06/28/06 7:29 AM

Thanks for the compliment Lee. It's great to here from satisfied "students" :).

auLL wrote on 07/06/06 9:08 PM

Thanks for your courses. Now i'm ready for the next level, well, still lv 2 i guest ;|, my website is under development thought still have works to do on it, well. Thanks again and again...

mohammad wrote on 08/19/06 1:05 PM

hi how are you mr dan. i am from iran. i saw your CDs on lynda. i really enjoyed them. i thought all of lyndas CD are good but they were not... i thought on your mothod of teaching and learned alot of you ways. i recently wrote 7 books and all of its first bublish were finished in only 2 month. i recently started to build a site( and used your cds alot.thanks from your CDS

Garb wrote on 08/20/06 11:07 PM

Cool! =)
Rolando Morales

Rolando Morales wrote on 10/24/06 2:02 PM

Dan, I love your Dreamweaver 8 classes. I recently purchased your "Dynamic development with DW 8" from and so far you're the teacher I've enjoyed the most out of the titles I own. Really, not overstating. I really enjoyed them and learned a good deal. Thanks!

sean wrote on 05/02/08 7:50 PM

Me too. I just got turned on to ASP this weekend and I wanted to find out more. I've been watching a few of your tutorials and they are awesome. that's how I found this site. Anyways, I'd love to see new ones since these are from 2004 and I'm sure there's new cool stuff that can be done. Thanks again for the great instruction -sean