Applicable Job Roles: web designers, webmasters, web programmers, and web application developers.
- The Dreamweaver Interface
- Setting Up a Site in Dreamweaver
- FTP with Dreamweaver
- Creating Links
- Inserting Text
- Inserting Images
- What are Cascadeing Style Sheets
- Using Cascading Style Sheets to Style Your Page
- Creating CSS rules in Dreamweaver
- Formatting Text with CSS
- Using CSS Selectors
- Embedding Style Sheets
- Attaching External Style Sheets
- The CSS Box Model
- Using div’s and ID selectors for your layout
- Positioning with CSS
- Adding columns
- Using margins, padding and borders
- Inserting and Styling Tables
- Importing Table Data
- Styling Tables with CSS
- Sorting Data in Tables
- Working efficiently in Dreamweaver
- Creating site reports
- Checking Links
- Browser compatibility check
- The CSS Advisor
Previous experience in creating Web pages, uploading files to a server, and using HTML is helpful, but not absolutely necessary.
Software: Dreamweaver CS5, CS5.5, or CS6 (full or trial version). If you choose the trial version, do not install until the first day of class as it is valid for only 30 days.
You will also need a web site to which you can upload your assignments. You must be able to upload your files using FTP. Not all free hosts offer FTP, so be sure to check with your host to see if FTP is available to you. No popup ads placed by the hosting company are allowed.
Required Book: Dreamweaver CS6 Digital Classroom
Required Book: Dreamweaver CS5 Digital Classroom
Your place in the course is confirmed by your payment. Introductory courses are intended for students with no experience in the subject matter and are seeking beginner level training.
Refund Policy: Please read our Terms and Refund Policy before registering for this course.
Additional Cost: Book and software might be required for the course. Read the Requirements and Book section for more information. Course fee does not include the book and software cost .
How eClasses Work:Instructors post lectures (text-based, no video or audio), reading selections, and hands-on assignments once a week in the online classroom. Students can discuss the assignments with the instructor and amongst themselves in the classroom area. This format has no set meeting time, which allows students to attend class at a time most convenient to them, yet still provides logically organized communication between class participants. Students can apply for the completion certificate after finishing the class.