Working on a website can be a daunting task. In this series of tutorials we'll learn how to use Dreamweaver CC 2014 to make that process easier. We'll start by learning how to set up a new site in Dreamweaver. Then we'll learn how to create an HTML page from scratch and how to attach a CSS stylesheet. We'll also learn how to add different types of content to a page such as headings, paragraphs, lists, links, and images. Using the CSS Designer, we'll then make changes to our website's styles, like adding a background image and changing the font properties. We'll also learn how to make our website pretty on the inside as well, by taking a look at some easy ways to clean up and organize the code, and learning how to test our website in different browsers.For an additional learning resource, download your free copy of our Key Web Terms Reference Guide and PDF so you can get comfortable with important web design terminology. Software required: Dreamweaver CC 2014.
Susan is a web design author for Pluralsight. Growing up, Susan was both a passionate artist as well as a computer tech aficionado. When she discovered the world of web development, she found that she could meld those two passions together into something amazing. Soon after, Susan began devoting herself to building beautiful and functional web content for businesses and nonprofits. It was through those experiences Susan developed a fluency for web coding languages.
Introduction and Project Overview Hi! I'm Susan with Digital Tutors, and this is Your First Day with Dreamweaver Creative Cloud 2014. In this course, we'll take our first steps in learning how to use Dreamweaver to edit sites. We'll learn how to setup a project by defining it as a Dreamweaver site, and how to navigate the interface. We'll learn how to create an HTML page from scratch, and how to attach an existing stylesheet to that page. We'll also learn how to add many different types of content using the Insert panel, different ways to format exiting content on a site, and how to use a CSS Designer to make changes to our website styles. We'll finish up learning how to clean up, and validate our code, and how to test our new site in different browsers. So let's get started by taking our first look at Dreamweaver Creative Cloud 2014.