Comprehensive Adobe Dreamweaver CC Training

In this Dreamweaver training class, students receive a comprehensive introduction to using Dreamweaver CC to create websites based on HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The class starts with the basics of creating a simple web page, but by the end of class students will be able to efficiently create dynamic and accessible web sites using Dreamweaver Templates, Library Items, Code Snippets.

We can also add a day at the beginning of class to cover HTML and CSS basics or a day at the end to teach how to create a dynamic database-driven website with Dreamweaver CC using ColdFusion, PHP or ASP Classic.

Goals
  1. Learn to define a site in Dreamweaver.
  2. Learn to format text with Dreamweaver.
  3. Learn to work with lists and nested lists.
  4. Learn to add images, image maps, and rollover images.
  5. Learn to work with tables.
  6. Learn to format pages with CSS.
  7. Learn to create advanced layouts using CSS.
  8. Learn to use CSS3 transitions and styles.
  9. Learn to use CSS3 web fonts.
  10. Learn to create and modify tables using CSS.
  11. Learn to customize Dreamweaver CC.
  12. Learn to add video, audio, and interactivity using Flash and HTML5.
  13. Learn to work with templates and snippets.
  14. Learn to work within the code window.
  15. Learn to layout pages for mobile devices.
  16. Learn to use FTP, search engine optimization, and reports.
Outline
  1. A Quick Overview of Web Development
    1. Client-side Programming
      1. HTML
      2. Cascading Style Sheets
      3. JavaScript
      4. Dynamic HTML
      5. Ajax
      6. Adobe Flash
    2. Server-side Programming
      1. Perl
      2. ColdFusion
      3. Active Server Pages
      4. Java EE
      5. ASP.NET
      6. PHP
      7. Ruby on Rails
  2. Getting Started with Dreamweaver
    1. The Role of Dreamweaver
    2. Welcome Screen
    3. Dreamweaver Workspaces
    4. Creating HTML Pages
    5. Code View vs. Design View
    6. The Dreamweaver Interface
      1. Panels
      2. Insert Panel
      3. Properties Inspector
      4. CSS Styles Panel
      5. Files Panel
    7. Dreamweaver CC Setup of Deprecated Data Tools
    8. Previewing Your Page in the Browser
      1. Preview in Browser
      2. Live View
    9. Setting up a Web Site
    10. Edit Preferences
  3. Creating HTML Pages
    1. Understanding HTML Doctypes
    2. Adding a Title to Your Page
    3. Paragraphs, Headings and Blockquotes
      1. Paragraphs
      2. Headings
      3. Blockquotes
    4. Breaks and Horizontal Rules
    5. Special Characters
  4. Links
    1. Adding Links
    2. Absolute vs. Relative Paths
      1. Absolute Paths
      2. Relative Paths
      3. Default Pages
    3. Targeting New Windows
    4. Email Links
    5. Anchors
    6. Quick Tricks for Adding Links in Dreamweaver
      1. Point to File
      2. Browse for File
      3. Drag File from Files Panel
  5. Images
    1. Inserting Images
      1. Accessibility Attributes
      2. Image Properties
    2. Image Links
    3. Rollover Images
    4. Image Maps
    5. Inserting Photoshop .psd documents directly - Photoshop Smart Objects
  6. Lists
    1. Ordered and Unordered Lists
      1. Nesting Lists
      2. Converting Lists
    2. Definition Lists
    3. Converting Existing Content to Lists
  7. Tables
    1. Adding a Table to your Page
    2. Sorting Tables
    3. Modifying Tables
      1. Inserting Rows
      2. Inserting Columns
      3. Inserting Multiple Rows or Columns at One Time
      4. Merging Cells
      5. Splitting Cells
    4. Importing Data into Tables
    5. Dreamweaver and Styling Tables
  8. Styling Content
    1. HTML Structure
      1. HTML Elements
      2. Attributes
      3. Blocks and Inline Elements
    2. CSS Rules
    3. Selectors
      1. Type Selectors
      2. Descendant Selectors
      3. Class Selectors
      4. ID Selectors
      5. ID vs. Class
    4. Modifying the Rule
      1. Making Sure the CSS File Saves
    5. CSS Properties
      1. Type
      2. Background
      3. Block
      4. Box
      5. Border
      6. List
    6. The Cascade
      1. Embedded Style Sheets
      2. Inline Styles
    7. Units of Measurement
  9. CSS Basics
    1. What Is CSS?
    2. HTML vs. CSS Formatting
    3. HTML Defaults
    4. CSS Box Model
    5. Previewing the Completed File
    6. Formatting Text
    7. Multiples, Classes, and IDs
    8. Formatting Objects
    9. CSS3 Overview and Support
  10. Creating a Page Layout
    1. Using the Welcome Screen
    2. Previewing Your Completed File
    3. Working with Predefined Layouts
    4. Working with the CSS Designer
    5. Working with Type
    6. Creating a CSS Background
    7. Modifying Existing Content
  11. Designing for Mobile Devices
    1. Responsive Design
    2. Previewing Your Completed File
    3. Working with Media Queries
    4. Troubleshooting Styles across Media Queries
    5. Using Element Quick View
    6. Adding Rules to a Media Query
    7. Edge Inspect
    8. More Information on Media Queries
  12. Working with Templates
    1. Previewing Completed Files
    2. Moving Embedded CSS to an Exertnal File
    3. Creating a Template from an Existing Layout
    4. Inserting Editable Regions
    5. Inserting Metadata
    6. Producing Child Pages
  13. Working with Text, Lists, and Tables
    1. Previewing the Completed File
    2. Creating and Styling Text
    3. Creating Lists
    4. Creating and Styling Tables
    5. Spell Checking Web Pages
    6. Finding and Replacing Text
Class Materials

Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.

Class Prerequisites

Experience in the following would be useful for this Dreamweaver class:

  • HTML
  • CSS

Training for your Team

Length: 4 Days
  • Private Class for your Team
  • Online or On-location
  • Customizable
  • Expert Instructors

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