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Adobe Dreamweaver Introduction Training
In the Adobe Dreamweaver Introduction Training course, you will learn how to use visual aids and hints to help you code more easily.
The Adobe Dreamweaver Introduction Training course is applicable to both CC and CS6 versions, and includes a thorough review of the Dreamweaver interface including how to use Design, Code and Live Code views. You will learn to create and edit basic pages in Design and Code views. You will then learn to integrate page elements, including images and links, and how to apply properties including font types, styles and color. Lessons in the Adobe Dreamweaver Introduction Training course include an overview of the basics of HTML, which is the markup language used to structure all web pages through the use of tags. Basic knowledge of HTML is required to use Dreamweaver effectively. You will also learn the syntax of CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) rules, and how to create, edit and trouble-shoot style sheets.
Lesson objectives help you become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of the Adobe Dreamweaver Introduction Training course, you will be able to:• Identify Dreamweaver fundamentals.• Create websites.• Create web pages.• Insert tables and import content into web pages.• Create reusable site assets.• Link web pages and send the website to the server.
Customizing Your Workspace· Touring the workspace· Using the Start Screen· Exploring New Feature guides· Working with toolbars· Switching and splitting views· Selecting a workspace layout· Working with panels· Using the Property inspector· Using the Related Files interface· Using tag selectors· Using the CSS DesignerHTML Basics· What is HTML?· Where did HTML begin?· Frequently used HTML elements· What's new in HTML5 - Brief Overview· 2B HTML BASICS Bonus Online LessonCSS Basics· What is CSS?· HTML vs. CSS formatting· HTML defaults· CSS box model· Applying CSS styling· Multiples, classes, and ids, oh my!· 3B CSS BASICS Bonus Online Lesson (Optional)Web Design Basics· Developing a new website· Scenario· Working with thumbnails and wireframesCreating a Page Layout· Evaluating page design options· Working with predefined layouts
Working with Text, Lists, and Tables· Previewing the completed file· Creating and styling text· Creating lists· Creating and styling tables· Spell-checking webpages· Finding and replacing text· Optional self-paced exerciseWorking with Images· Web image basics· Previewing the completed file· Inserting an image· Working with the Insert panel· Using the Insert menu· Inserting images by drag and drop· Optimizing images with the Property inspectorWorking with Navigation· Hyperlink basics· Previewing the completed file· Creating internal hyperlinks· Creating an external link· Setting up email links· Creating an image-based link· Targeting page elements· Checking your page· Adding destination links to the same page (optional)Publishing to the Web· Defining a remote site· File transfer via FTP or Dreamweaver
Adobe Certified Associate
To ensure success in the Adobe Dreamweaver Introduction Training course, you should have basic personal computing skills. For accelerated learning and deeper understanding of this course, it is also recommended that you have some exposure to various web design technologies, so you may also want to take the Web Design with XHTML, HTML, and CSS: Level 1 course.
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