Learn how to Design and develop modern, responsive websites and get the most from Dreamweaver
5 hours 27 minutes
What does the course cover?
The course takes users from building basic web sites – working with text, paragraphs and styles to building flexible layouts using CSS, templates and libraries and introduces the powerful Adobe Spry framework.
Why take this course?
As web design skills continue to increase in demand – the need for skills to create more powerful and versatile websites and to maintain them becomes ever more important. On completion of this course you’ll be able to design and build web pages incorporating templates, style sheets and frames.
Who should attend?
Professional designers familiar with DTP or Graphics software needing to get to grips with this powerful web design tool. Strong Windows skills are assumed but no previous web skills required.
Each course contains high quality, professional, Video lessons, Downloadable exercise files and Real-world templates for you to use.
Course detail and sample lessons
Section 1: Introduction
Lesson 2: Overview of Dreamweaver Interface
Lesson 3: Overview of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
Lesson 4: Creating a Site
Lesson 5: Creating pages in a Site
Lesson 6: Review of HTML basics
Section 2: Basic Formatting
Lesson 2: Creating Headings
Lesson 3: Applying Bold and Italics to content
Lesson 4: Ordered and Unordered Lists
Lesson 5: Fundamentals of creating a CSS file and applying styles
Lesson 6: Using embedded styles on a page
Section 3: Hyperlinks
Lesson 2: Creating links between pages on the same site
Lesson 3: Creating links to pages on the World Wide Web
Lesson 4: Hyperlinks that send an e-Mail
Lesson 5: Hyperlinks to a position on a page
Lesson 6: Styling hyperlinks using CSS
Section 4: Working with Images
Lesson 2: Adding images to a site and a page
Lesson 3: Adding images using drag and drop within Dreamweaver
Lesson 4: Images as hyperlinks and Image Maps
Lesson 5: Creating rollover images
Lesson 6: Using images as backgrounds to content
Lesson 7: Using images to replace the default bullet point in lists
Lesson 8: Inserting Flash content onto our pages
Section 5: Tables
Lesson 2: Adding a HTML table to a page
Lesson 3: Modifying table properties on a HTML page
Lesson 4: Styling tables using CSS
Section 6: Forms
Lesson 2: Basics of inserting a form onto a page
Lesson 3: Basics of form controls
Lesson 4: Building the Enquiries form
Lesson 5: Adding checkboxes and radio buttons
Lesson 6: Adding lists, buttons and labels to the form
Lesson 7: Using online form submission services
Section 7: Templates
Lesson 2: Reasons for using Templates
Lesson 3: Creating a Template
Lesson 4: Adding Editable Regions and creating pages from our Template
Lesson 5: Adding Optional Regions and setting Template properties
Lesson 6: Rebuilding our site using our Template
Lesson 7: Adding Repeating Regions and Repeating Tables
Section 8: Layouts
Lesson 2: Designing our layout on paper
Lesson 3: Review of CSS formatting
Lesson 4: Creating a basic layout using the div tag, style ids and floats in CSS
Lesson 5: Creating our site layout
Lesson 6: Other uses of layouts
Lesson 7: Dreamweavers own built-in layouts
Section 9: Spry
Lesson 2: Adding a Spry Menu
Lesson 3: Spry Menu component and CSS
Lesson 4: Spry form field validators
Lesson 5: Other Spry components
Section 10: Publishing
Lesson 2: Publishing our site to a web server using ftp
Lesson 3: Getting an existing site from a web server
Lesson 4: Other publishing options
Section 11: General Dreamweaver Housekeeping
Lesson 2: Troubleshooting publishing
Lesson 5: Image resizing issues
Skills you’ll learn
What you’ll be able to do after the course
- Understand web graphic formats
- Create sites using CSS
- Work with frames and frame-sets
- Use layers effectively
- Use Adobe’s Spry framework
How you can apply these skills
What you’ll be able to use these skills for
- Build fast web pages
- Build interactive forms
- Create and edit websites
- Design style sheets
- Use styles sheets to maintain consistent look of web pages
When you pass you will receive an internationally recognised accreditation certificate like this:
Upon completion, you can move onto our other Web Design courses such as Flash and HTML & CSS.
Careers that require these skills at this level?
Illustrator is used in practically every Web design agency. Any Web Design role will require you to be proficient to this level.
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