Adobe Dreamweaver is the preferred HTML editor of professional Web designers. Dreamweaver integrates a host of design tools in one easy-to-use application. Without advanced HTML and CSS knowledge, you can design sophisticated sites, creating advanced layouts by using Cascading Style Sheets, typography, colors, data tables, and more.
Dreamweaver 1 course helps students develop practical skills for the HTML editor of choice for professional Web designers. Dreamweaver combines a host of Web design tools in one easy-to-use application. Without any advanced HTML knowledge, students learn to design sites by creating advanced layouts using CSS to manipulating colors, typography, and page layout.
Photoshop Basics or equivalent experience.
METHOD OF DELIVERY
Online training supported by online instructors
A Student Guide is provided for this course. Evaluation is based solely on an Academy of Learning Career College final exam. Participants who receive 75% or higher on their exam will receive a certificate.
Introduction to Dreamweaver’s flexible toolkit; Customizing, creating, and saving an HTML page; Defining a site and making it talk to your Web server; How to manage files; Explore how HTML and CSS codes are generated in Dreamweaver’s WYSIWYG interface; Learn how to use Properties Inspector
Key Web technology; Cascading Style Sheets (CSS); Learn to create internal and external style sheets using Dreamweaver’s CSS Styles panel
Look at a “best practice” table design on the Web; Learn to create tables, add content, adjust and nest tables; Explore design options
Introduction to CSS positioning
Focus on absolutely positioning elements and layout using CSS, also explore fixed and static positioning
Taking the mystery out of frames; Learn how framed sites are constructed and what some of their downsides are; how to add Adobe Flash content and DHTML behaviors; troubleshooting tips