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Dreamweaver Level I, CMP993

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Learn how to create attractive, functional web sites using Dreamweaver. Create site definitions, format text and objects, use Dreamweaver’s Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) dialog box for styles and design, insert images and links, design and import data tables, prepare and validate web forms, and include other design features. Upload your Dreamweaver site to a web server using Dreamweaver FTP, and test pages in multiple browsers.

Prerequisites:Working with Windows and HTML Basic or equivalent experience.

Technology update: Please bring a Flash Drive/Memory Stick 512MB or larger to class which will enable you to save your class work.

Textbook:

Books may be purchased at the MC Bookstore or online. You will need to know the CMP# or ITI#(Continuing Education classes) for the class you are taking in order to look up information about the textbook.

Classroom hours: 15

Course Objectives: At the end of this course students will be able to:

  1. Use and customize the Dreamweaver editor environment;
  2. Define a Dreamweaver “site;”
  3. Use Dreamweaver’s CSS panel to define HTML styles and create external Cascading Style Sheets;
  4. Design, test, and upload a multi-page web site to a web server
  5. Insert images, links, and other web page features using Dreamweaver’s editor environment.
  6. Use design tables and data tables.
  7. Use Dreamweaver form tools to design forms and insert client-side form validation using JavaScript behaviors and Spry validation tools.

 

Course Content:

Day 1

  1. Use and customize the Dreamweaver editor environment;
  2. Define a Dreamweaver “site;”

Day 2

  1. Use Dreamweaver’s CSS panel to define HTML styles and create external Cascading Style Sheets;
  2. Design, test, and upload a multi-page web site to a web server

Day 3

  1. Insert images, links, absolute links, relative links, email links, and internal page navigation anchor links, and other web page features using Dreamweaver’s editor environment.
  2. Use design tables and insert and modify data tables.  Understand and apply the different ways to design tables in Dreamweaver and import “tab delimited” Excel tables, and the limitations on certain export/import features.

Day 4

  1. Use Dreamweaver form tools to design forms and insert client-side form validation using JavaScript behaviors and Spry validation tools.

Day 5

  1. Projects: web design exercises to continue building the above features into an integrated, efficient web site, and or introduce related concepts not covered in the first four classes