About CourseThings are constantly changing on the web. There are changes in what is possible, changes in the tools and methods used to create web pages, and changes in how to deliver web content. In this course, instructor and author Janine Warner gives her viewers a crash course on how to use Adobe Dreamweaver to set up a new site, build pages on their local computer, preview and test the site in various browsers, and how to move that site to a remote server and onto the web.
- Lesson 1: Overview 04:29
- Lesson 2: Setting Up a Site 10:25
- Lesson 3: The Dreamweaver Interface 11:47
- Lesson 4: Layout Options: CSS, Tables, and Frames 06:43
- Lesson 5: Creating New Documents 12:04
- Lesson 6: Page Properties 12:22
- Lesson 7: Inserting Images 10:47
- Lesson 8: CSS Layouts 08:50
- Lesson 9: Text Styling and Formatting 15:52
- Lesson 10: Creating Links 11:11
- Lesson 11: Styling Links 10:14
- Lesson 12: Previewing in Browser 09:40
- Lesson 13: Publishing the Site 11:58
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Janine Warner's best-selling books and videos on web design have won her an international following and earned her speaking and consulting engagements around the world. Since 1996, she's written more than a dozen books about the Internet, including Web Sites For Dummies (DIY), Dreamweaver For Dummies (every edition), and her latest, Mobile Web Design For Dummies. She's also a regular contributor to Layers Magazine.Janine is the host of more than 50 hours of Web design training videos on Adobe Dreamweaver and CSS. She has worked on large and small Web site projects, and she is the creator of the Web design training site DigitalFamily.com.