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Adobe DreamWeaver CS6

October 3, 2016 @ 9:00 am - October 4, 2016 @ 4:00 pm


COURSE DESCRIPTION: This two day course introduces students to Adobe DreamWeaver, the industry’s leading website development application. The class is for those interested in building and managing professional websites on intranets or the World Wide Web. In this course, students learn how to create and organize basic web pages, design page layouts, insert text and images, create hyperlinks, style page elements, and automate site development, code basics and publishing. Students will also cover designing with CSS, AP divs and responsive layouts, site assets and templates. They will also learn behaviors, navigation and tables, forms, working with XML and jQuery mobile and PhoneGap.

This course is taught on PCs but is applicable to Mac users.

PREREQUISITES: Recommended pre-requisite: a basic understanding of HTML, Windows 7: Basic, Windows Vista: Basic, Windows XP: Basic, or equivalent experience.



CHAPTER 1 – Getting started
The Internet and website planning
Setting up your workspace
The Document window
The Property inspector
Previewing a web page

CHAPTER 2 – Websites and pages
Planning a website
Setting up a site
Creating web pages
Exploring website files
Managing site files

CHAPTER 3 – Basic editing
Inserting and importing text
Using special characters
Adding structure
Inserting line breaks
Creating lists

CHAPTER 4 – CSS basics
Overview of style sheets
External style sheets
Creating styles
Cascade effect

CHAPTER 5 – Images, multimedia, and links
Working with images
Editing images
Adding Flash
Examining links
Adding links

CHAPTER 6 – Code basics
Discussing code basics
Exploring head elements
Selecting code
Inserting code
Editing code
Using Find and Replace

CHAPTER 7 – Publishing
Performing pre-publishing checks
Specifying site connections
Transferring files


CHAPTER 1 – Designing with CSS
CSS styles and starter layouts
Working with page layouts and styles

CHAPTER 2 – AP Divs and Responsive layouts
Creating AP Divs
Working with AP Divs
Creating a responsive layouts

CHAPTER 3 – Site assets and templates
Using Library assets and snippets

CHAPTER 4 – Behaviors, Navigation and Tables
Content Navigation

CHAPTER 5 – Forms
Building a form
Validation input fields

CHAPTER 6 – Working with XML
Using XML and XSLT
Working with XML data

CHAPTER 7 – jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap
jQuery Mobile



October 3, 2016 @ 9:00 am
October 4, 2016 @ 4:00 pm
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Sarah Juenemann


Capitol Computers
151 Water Street
Augusta, ME 04330 United States
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(207) 623-2700