with Janine Warner
Take control of your website by learning Dreamweaver CC. Join Janine Warner, author of Dreamweaver for Dummies, in the third installment of her three-part series of Dreamweaver cla... READ MORE
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Dreamweaver In Depth
with Janine Warner
Take control of your website by learning Dreamweaver CC. Join Janine Warner, author of Dreamweaver for Dummies, in the third installment of her three-part series of Dreamweaver classes. In this class you'll build on the foundation from the first two classes and learn a powerful technique for building and managing your site with templates and CSS. With your new website designed and built you'll see how you can preview each page in a variety of web browsers, and when you are ready to share it with the world you'll learn how to use Dreamweaver's built-in FTP functionality to upload your website files to your web server. By the end of this class you'll be well on your way to designing, building, managing, and publishing your website with Dreamweaver CC. BUY COURSE
Our Courses Are all Broken Down Into Small Lessons Creating Easy Breaks and Stopping Points
lesson 1: Introduction (free course preview)
Join Janine as she introduces the class and discusses what will be covered in the chapters that follow.
lesson 2: Working With Background Images
Using background images is an important skill when working with CSS.
lesson 3: Changing Backgrounds Within DIV Tags
Being able to work with backgrounds within DIV tags allows you to control the backgrounds in different areas of your page.
lesson 4: Creating an External Style Sheet
Previously we've been using internal CSS, in this lesson Janine shows how to use an external CSS document, and how to move your internal styles over to the external style sheet.
lesson 5: Creating a New Template
You can create a new template by starting with a blank slate or you can save an existing document as a template.
lesson 6: Working With Templates: Part 1
Every template has editable and not editable sections. Editable areas are the sections where you are going to want to change the content on each page, where non-editable sections are places that you want to remain consistent across all pages of the site.
lesson 7: Working With Templates: Part 2
Once you've created your template and setup editable regions you can start creating new pages from your template.
lesson 8: Working With Templates: Part 3
Now that you've created new pages from your template you are ready to set links to those pages.
lesson 9: Working With Templates: Part 4
Combining Dreamweaver templates and CSS is a powerful combination to help make managing your site much more efficient.
lesson 10: Previewing Your Site
Dreamweaver makes it easy to preview your website in a real world browser to make sure your design works in other web browsers.
lesson 11: Uploading Your Website Using FTP
When your site is ready to be shared with the world you can use Dreamweaver's built-in FTP functionality to upload your website files to your web server.
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meet  Janine Warner
Janine’s best-selling books and videos on web design have won her an international following. Since 1996, she's written more than a dozen books about the Internet, including Web Sites For Dummies, Dreamweaver For Dummies, and Mobile Web Design For Dummies. She hosts a variety of Web design training videos on Adobe Dreamweaver and CSS. She is also the creator of the web design-training site DigitalFamily.com.
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