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  • Dreamweaver Beginner Course 
  • Dreamweaver Advanced Course

Course Date  City Course Times    Cost  
September        
27 Sep - 28 Sep Bristol 9AM - 4PM    £450 Book
27 Sep - 28 Sep Cardiff 9AM - 4PM    £450 Book
November        
22 Nov - 23 Nov Bristol 9AM - 4PM    £450 Book
22 Nov - 23 Nov Cardiff 9AM - 4PM    £450 Book

Course Date  City Course Times    Cost  
 
27 Sep - 28 Sep Bristol 9AM - 4PM    £450 Book
22 Nov - 23 Nov Bristol 9AM - 4PM    £450 Book
 
27 Sep - 28 Sep Cardiff 9AM - 4PM    £450 Book
22 Nov - 23 Nov Cardiff 9AM - 4PM    £450 Book

Dreamweaver CC Beginner course

We also offer training in CS6


Course Description:

Adobe Dreamweaver is the most popular tool for building and managing websites. Dreamweaver allows you to perform all major web design tasks, from creating responsive web pages with CSS3 and HTML5 to designing sites which work across platforms and devices. Dreamweaver also provides a range of powerful website management tools.


Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • • Format using cascading style sheets
  • • Use graphics on web pages
  • • Use libraries and templates
  • • Test, maintain, and upload your site

Target Audience:

To gain the most from this class, students should be familiar with the web and its terminology.

Dreamweaver CC Beginner course

We also offer training in CS6


Course Outline:


Lesson 1: The Basics

  • • Using static page architecture
  • • Dreamweaver interface basics
  • • Syncing settings in Dreamweaver
  • • Creating a local site
  • • Creating an HTML page
  • • Using CSS starter pages
  • • Using development views
  • • Previewing pages
  • • Using the Property Inspector

Lesson 2: Adding Content to a site

  • • Importing text files
  • • Importing from Word and Excel
  • • Marking up content with semantic elements
  • • Controlling document structure
  • • Creating lists
  • • Horizontal rules
  • • Adding special characters
  • • Navigating structure with tag selectors
  • • Using the Quick Tag editor
  • • HTML5 quickstart
  • • Creating structure with the Insert panel

Lesson 3: Templates, Image Maps and Libraries

  • • Linking files to your site
  • • Adding anchors
  • • Adding email links
  • • Linking from images
  • • Linking from an image map
  • • Creating a navigation bar
  • • Inserting a jump menu
  • • Working in Live View
  • • Linking styles with CSS

Lesson 4: CSS Essentials

  • • Browser defaults
  • • External, internal and inline CSS
  • • CSS syntax
  • • CSS selectors
  • • Understanding the power of CSS
  • • Creating and applying text formatting styles
  • • Working with the CSS Designer panel
  • • Visual CSS editing
  • • Live View Inspect and Highlight
  • • Edge web fonts and Server fonts
  • • About media types

Lesson 5: Working with graphics and media

  • • Seamless integration with Photoshop and Fireworks
  • • Placing graphics on the page
  • • Accessibility settings
  • • Importing layered images
  • • Optimising an image
  • • Embedding Flash content
  • • Inserting video
  • • Integrating Adobe Edge compositions

Lesson 6: Frames

  • • Data tables vs layout tables
  • • CSS Box Model
  • • Liquid and fixed layouts
  • • Planning the wireframe
  • • Using the rulers and guides
  • • Marking up the wireframe and applying CSS
  • • Dreamweaver CSS templates
  • • Fluid grid layouts
  • • Designing for mobile and tablet
  • • Using media queries for responsive design
  • • Preview for different devices
  • • Troubleshooting using CSS inspection tools
  • • Overview of CSS3 properties
  • • Adding interactivity with CSS3 transitions

Lesson 7: Menu Bars

  • • Creating library items
  • • Placing and editing library items
  • • Detaching library items
  • • Creating templates
  • • Applying a template to an existing image
  • • Defining editable regions
  • • Defining editable attributes
  • • Modifying templates

Lesson 8: Creating Forms

  • • Creating a form
  • • Form processing
  • • Setting focus on a form
  • • Adding JavaScript
  • • Form validation in Dreamweaver

Lesson 9: Working with MS Office Documents

  • • Checking accessibility, links and browser compatibility
  • • Connecting to a remote site
  • • Cloaking folders and files
  • • Uploading files
  • • Synchronising files
  • • Using browser compatibility check
  • • Overview of CSS3 properties
  • • Adding interactivity with CSS3 transitions

Lesson 10: Content Management System support

  • • Inbuilt support for Drupal, WordPress and Joomla

 

Our goal is to make sure your training meets your objectives, not ours. Therefore, all of our outlines are used as guidelines for particluar courses. This outline does not guarantee that all the topics listed will be covered in the time allowed. The amount of material covered is based on the skill level of the student audience. We may change or alter course topics to best suit the classroom situation.

Sorry, we currently do not have any public courses scheduled for the Dreamweaver level 2 course. Please contact us to see if we can put one on the schedule for you

Sorry, we currently do not have any public courses scheduled for the Dreamweaver level 2 course. Please contact us to see if we can put one on the schedule for you

Dreamweaver CC Advanced course

We also offer training in CS6


We are currently only offering this as a private course where we teach specific technologies using Dreamweaver. Such as PHP, ASP and ColdFusion. Each of these courses would require 2 days of training. For further information, please contact us.


Target Audience:

You should have attended the Adobe Dreamweaver Beginner course or have an equivalent working knowledge.

Dreamweaver CC Advanced course

We also offer training in CS6


Course Outline:

Currently we are only offering this as a private course where we teach specific technologies using Dreamweaver. Such as PHP, ASP and ColdFusion. Each of these courses would require 2 days ot training. For further information, please contact us.

 

Our goal is to make sure your training meets your objectives, not ours. Therefore, all of our outlines are used as guidelines for particluar courses. This outline does not guarantee that all the topics listed will be covered in the time allowed. The amount of material covered is based on the skill level of the student audience. We may change or alter course topics to best suit the classroom situation.