Wednesday, September 21, 2011

video2brain - Getting Started with Dreamweaver and CSS

9/21/2011 07:18:00 PM |

video2brain - Getting Started with Dreamweaver and CSS
English | Duration: 4h 48m | H264 | 1024x576 | 15fps 100Kbps | AAC 44.1KHz 96Kbps | 390MB
Genre: eLearning

Step-by-Step Basics to Get You on Your Way
Web design isnt really that difficult, but taking those first steps can be intimidating. In this straight-to-the-point workshop, Adobe Certified Expert Chad Chelius teaches you the fundamentals of web design with Dreamweaver and CSS in a series of clear, easy-to-follow lessons. Beginning with an overview of how the web works, Chad moves on to teach you how to create web pages, tables, lists, and links in Dreamweaver. Then youll learn how to improve the appearance of your website by adding graphics and controlling formatting with cascading style sheets (CSS). Finally, after learning how to test and upload a website, youll be ready to get started on your own projects!

This workshop takes the quickest path to getting you started creating websites with Dreamweaver and CSS. Along the way youll learn the basics of how the web works and the fundamentals of web design. The contents of this course include:

Understanding the Web
In order to be an effective web designer, you need to know some fundamentals of the web. This chapter walks you through some key concepts that are important to know when creating files for the web.

Creating Web Pages with Adobe Dreamweaver
Dreamweavers job is to create and edit XHTML files for you. This chapter walks you through the various ways that Dreamweaver simplifies the process of working with XHTML files.

Creating Links
Links are the backbone of the web. Without links, surfing the web would be a mundane and time-consuming process. This chapter walks you through the process of creating links in Adobe Dreamweaver.

Working with Graphics
There are many graphics file formats that you can use to save your images. Only a few of them, however, are suitable for web use. This chapter explains the file formats available for web use and shows you how to insert and resize graphics in your web pages.

Formatting with CSS
Cascading style sheets (CSS) control the formatting aspects of any web page. In this chapter youll gain a well-rounded understanding of the capabilities of CSS.

Going Live with Your Website
Once your site is created, you need to test your pages and then make them available on a public server. Youll see how it's done in this chapter.

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