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adobe Dreamweaver Introduction Overview
Adobe dreamweaver creates a lot of programs, Dreamweaver is an incredibly flexible website builder. With it's easy to use user interface, and built-in code editor you can build any kind of website you desire. Since it's such a versatile tool it's commonly used by beginners, all the way up to advanced web developers.
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Introduction to Dreamweaver
Who is this course for?
This course is for people new to web design and want to use Dreamweaver to build intuitive, attractive and accessible websites.
What you will learn
In this course, you will examine the basics of Dreamweaver with a focus on best practices and design. You will learn:
- Adobe Dreamweaver interface basics
- Creating a website
- Controlling document structure,
- Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets
- Adding graphics
- Building successful site navigation
- Designing pages with CSS
- Creating templates and site maintenance
2 Day Course Outline
- HTML basics
- Learning the interface
- Defining a site
- Creating a simple website
Working with graphics
- Using graphics on web pages
- Placing graphics on the page
- Modifying image properties
- Editing images
- Round-trip editing with Photoshop
- Customising the Insert bar
- Adding HTML5 content
Working with video
Navigating your site
- Understanding site navigation
- Linking to files in your site
- Linking to sites
- Linking to named anchors
- Adding email links
- Linking from images
- Creating a jump menu
- Creating site templates
- Defining editable regions
- Using templates
- Applying a template to a page
- Modifying templates
Formatting with CSS
- Formatting text
- Introducing Cascading Style Sheets
- Creating styles
- Exporting CSS rule definitions
- Creating class styles
- Attaching external style sheets
- Creating a new external style sheet
- Displaying styles
- Cascading order and inheritance of styles
Testing and uploading
- Testing your site
- Maintaining your files and folders
- Connecting to a remote site
- Synchronising files
- Dreamweaver's special features
The first stage in web development is the planning phase in which you analyze the audience needs, technical, and marketing requirements. You also gather necessary information required for designing and publishing your website and have answers for questions like some of these:
- Which service provider do I choose for hosting the website? Do I have access to upload files to the publishing server?
- What domain name is to be used for the website?
- In case you are migrating existing websites into Dreamweaver, where are the files and assets stored currently? Do I have access to the server where this information is stored?
- If you want a dynamic website, which server can I use to test if data is being displayed dynamically? Do I have the details of the web application server that I want to use for loading dynamic data?
- What kind of assets are required for the website?
- Will these be assets designed from scratch? If the assets are already available, do I have access to them?
- What apps do I want to use for designing assets?
- Do I plan to create a responsive website?
Assuming that you have a clear understanding of the website you want to develop and how and where you want to host it, and have chosen Dreamweaver and Creative Cloud for the web development process, proceed to the next step.