Dreamweaver CC Fundamentals

Learn how to properly structure an HTML document, layout pages using CSS, and manage your website using Adobe Dreamweaver.
Course info
Rating
(16)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Feb 29, 2016
Duration
5h 8m
Table of contents
Introduction
Understanding Dreamweaver CC
Getting Started with Dreamweaver CC
Understanding CSS
Working with Text
Working with Images
Working with Hyperlinks
Building an HTML Structure
Web Page Layout
Description
Course info
Rating
(16)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Feb 29, 2016
Duration
5h 8m
Description

Dreamweaver CC Fundamentals is designed to get you up and running in short period of time. Not only does this course cover important tips and tricks on how to use Dreamweaver, but we also review some fundamental concepts in web design. Learn how to properly structure an HTML document, layout pages using CSS, and manage your website using Adobe's premier web development tool.

About the author
About the author

Matthew Pizzi is an Adobe Certified instructor with over 15 years of experience teaching Adobe applications.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction
Welcome to Dreamweaver CC Fundamentals. In this course, I'm going to get you comfortable with Dreamweaver. You're going to have the ability to build and manage your own websites. With that being said, I'm assuming if you're new to Dreamweaver, you're probably new to web design. And because of that, it's important to understand that Dreamweaver is a tool in your overall process of creating a website. Unlike years before, it's very important that you understand the code. When Dreamweaver was first introduced, the idea behind Dreamweaver was to create a visual tool giving you the ability to design visually while Dreamweaver wrote the code in the background. Well, as the web evolved, Dreamweaver has evolved as well. And the role of designing websites visually without writing code is now fulfilled by a different program called Adobe Muse. Dreamweaver is a rich and robust integrated development environment for web design. That means you should have an understanding of some HTML and some CSS. So that's why I think it's important, before you take this class, to maybe spend some time on some of the other courses here on trainsimple. com. We have an HTML5 Fundamentals Course, and we also have a CSS3 Fundamentals Course. You don't necessarily need to take these courses but if you do, you'll have a better understanding as to what we'll be doing inside of Dreamweaver and a better understanding of web design as a whole. I will, in this course, however, get you to the point where you can create your own websites and along the way, I'll point out some HTML and CSS so you do understand what the code is doing in the background, because if you understand the code in the background, Dreamweaver becomes that much more intuitive to you as you start designing pages inside the program.