Dreamweaver CS6 Online Courses in Tanzania
Jump into the world of Dreamweaver CS6 and web design with this 7+ hour hands-on course hosted by award-winning software trainer and designer, Geoff Blake. First, Geoff will run you through the basics, getting you comfortable in the Dreamweaver interface, working with documents, defining new websites, and customizing the interface. Then, it's on to building a fully functional web layout from the ground up. You'll learn how to wireframe a rough design, insert navigation menus, and test your work for usability. Handling text, graphics, and building a well-constructed set of site-wide CSS rules to control it all brings your site together; and Geoff even takes you through Photoshop and Illustrator workflows, showing you how to get the most out of your favourite Creative Suite applications.
Then, you'll see how to roll out your site, and set and test hyperlinks; followed by a look at how to integrate various page elements, including a self-running slideshow, tables, a contact form, and a Google map. Finally, take your site live by uploading it to a live web server, and test it across various browsers on both the Mac and Windows platforms. Roll up your sleeves and delve into this practical, task-oriented look at building contemporary websites in Dreamweaver CS6! 2KO Africa conducts hands-on computer courses on most of the major IT Platforms, and has a sizeable range of online IT courses which are available internationally over the Internet.
1. A Look At What We'll Build
2. Let's Get Started
A Look At What We'll Build
Creating New Documents
Creating New Documents
Touring the Dreamweaver Interface
Customizing the Interface
Exploring Dreamweaver Workspaces
Creating A Custom Workspace
Using the Tag Selector
3. Working with Websites and Browsers!
Defining a New Site
Getting Organized in the Files Panel
Saving Files Into Your Local Site
Understanding Index Files
Previewing Your Work in A Web Browser
4. in' with Nothing: Building A Web Layout From Scratch!
Getting the Layout ed, Part 1
Getting the Layout ed, Part 2
Understanding How the Layout Works
Inserting the Main Menu
Creating the Main Content Area
Hand Coding Layout Containers
A More Economical Approach To Layout
Using Float And Clear
Previewing the Layout And Centering
Nesting Layout Objects
Spacing Apart the Layout
5.Text and CSS and Menus…and More!
Inserting Text Into the Layout
Adjusting the Layout For Text, Part 1
Adjusting the Layout For Text, Part 2
Inserting and Formatting Lists
Redefining HTML's Top-Level Heading with CSS
Touring the CSS Rule Definition Dialog Box
Redefining Headings and Paragraphs
Working More Efficiently with CSS
Creating A CSS Class Rule
Alternative Ways of Working with Class Rules
Inserting Structural Headings
Using A List to Build A Menu, Part 1
Using A List to Build A Menu, Part 2
6. And Now, Inserting Graphics!
Inserting an Image
Resizing Images with Dreamweaver and Photoshop
Controlling Graphics with CSS
Setting a Graphical Background
Inserting the FeatureBox Images
Setting Up the FeatureBox Titles
Inserting the Layout's Logo from Illustrator
7. Going Further with CSS: Using External Style Sheets!
Understanding Style Sheet Types
Organizing Your Style Sheet
Moving Styles to An External Style Sheet
Working with an External Style Sheet
Creating New Rules Externally
8. Site Rollout: From A Single Page To A Multi-Page Site!
Getting Ready for Site Rollout
Creating Dummy Site Pages
Setting Up the Internal Hyperlink Structure
Creating The Site's Pages
Previewing And Testing The Site
A Final Thought on Site Rollout
9. Inserting Additional Page Elements!
Adjusting the Site's Hyperlink Formatting
Inserting A Simple Slideshow
Inserting and Formatting Tables
Inserting A Google Map
Formatting A Customer Testimonial Page
Setting Up A Contact Us Page
Finalizing the Site
10. Going Live: Uploading the Completed Site!
Setting the Remote Site Info
Uploading the Local Site to the Remote Server
Testing the Live Site
Making Edits and Updating the Live Site
Testing And Debugging For Other Browsers
11. Now Go Forth And Create!
Where To Go From Here