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Adobe Dreamweaver Introduction Course

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Course Aims

This intensive, hands-on one day training course is designed to teach delegates how to design, build, and upload a website.
 

Who Should Attend

This course is intended for novice web designers, web developers, website designers, and graphic artists with some programming background who need to build simple websites and want to utilize the features of Adobe Dreamweaver CS5. Note: Delegates should be proficient in using a Windows PC, and be familiar with HTML and basic CSS.
 

Course Outline

Getting Started with Dreamweaver

  • Identify the Basic Concepts of Web Design
  • Locate Dreamweaver Interface Elements
  • Customize the Interface

Initiating a Website

  • Identify the Elements of a Project Plan
  • Determine the Workflow of a Web Project
  • Define a Website
  • Create a Document

Designing Web Pages

  • An Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets
  • Format a Web Page
  • Identify Copyright and Citation Requirements
  • Insert Images
  • Insert Tables
  • Import Data from Other Applications
  • Organize Files and Folders

Creating Reusable Site Assets

  • Create and Use Library Items
  • Update Library Items
  • Use Snippets
  • Create a Template

Working with Links

  • Create Hyperlinks
  • Create Anchors
  • Create Email Links
  • Create Image Maps
  • Create Image Link Rollovers

Uploading a Website

  • Validate a Website
  • Upload Files onto a Site

 

Training Location

The Royal Commonwealth Club, 25 Northumberland Avenue, Embankment, London WC2N 5AP

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