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Training in Versions?CS6, CS5, CS4
Class Length?2–3 Days
Delivery?This class may be delivered on-site or remotely.
Price ? $1,295-2,495 per Day*

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Dreamweaver is the industry’s lead­ing appli­ca­tion for devel­op­ing web­sites and mobile appli­ca­tions. It’s crit­i­cal for web pro­fes­sion­als to have a solid under­stand­ing of web con­tent cre­ation. Dreamweaver allows pro­fes­sion­als to cre­ate con­tent even if they do not know the basics of HTML and related web devel­op­ment lan­guages. This class gives a solid foun­da­tion in web site cre­ation and will give you the skills you need to use Dreamweaver well for a vari­ety of projects.

What You Will Learn

  • Master Dreamweaver inter­face basics
  • Learn the basics of web design and layout
  • Work with text and images
  • Creating links and anchors
  • Build suc­cess­ful site navigation
  • Site main­te­nance

Lesson Outline

The fol­low­ing is a list of pos­si­ble top­ics for you to use as a guide. Your course will be fully cus­tomized to your unique goals, work­flow, and learn­ing pace. Because every course Workflow Creative teaches is fully cus­tomized to each group, the fol­low­ing list of top­ics to be learned should be con­sid­ered a guide­line, one that will be expanded or altered as required to fit your needs.

Define a Site

  • What is a Browser?
  • What is HTML?
  • Using the Welcome Screen
  • Selecting a CSS Layout
  • Choosing a Document View
  • Modifying the Page Title
  • Changing Headings
  • Inserting Text
  • Inserting Images
  • Working with Code and Design View
  • Using the Properties Panel
  • Previewing a Pages

HTML Basics

  • Basic HTML Page Structure
  • Preview HTML

Working with CSS

  • Selecting and Modifying CSS Styles
  • Adjusting Text, Fonts, and Colors
  • Attaching an External Style Sheet
  • Creating New CSS Rules
  • Applying Styles
  • Applying Custom Classes to Page
  • Divisions
  • Examining Selectors in the CSS Panel
  • Creating CSS for Other Media Types

Text, Lists, and Tables

  • Headings, Lists, and Blockquotes
  • Creating Tables
  • Styling Tables with CSS
  • Spell-Checking a Document
  • Finding and Replacing Text

Working with Images

  • Inserting an Image
  • Using Background Images
  • Using the Properties Panel
  • Copying and Pasting from Photoshop
  • Accessing Adobe Bridge
  • Using Photoshop Smart Objects

Defining a Site

  • Linking to Internal Site Pages
  • Creating an External Link
  • Setting Up E-mail Links
  • Targeting Links Within a Page
  • Checking Your Page

Creating a Page Layout

  • Creating a Layout Styled
  • Elements
  • Looking at Code View
  • Exporting CSS Styles
  • Using the Ruler and Guides
  • Checking the Layout

Publishing to the Web

  • Defining a Remote Site
  • Cloaking Folders and Files
  • Putting Your Site Online