Dreamweaver CC 2014
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Section 1 presents a crash course in Dreamweaver that has you developing web pages at a professional level after just six modules. These modules don’t just show you how to use Dreamweaver to build web pages. They also show you how to use Dreamweaver so it generates the HTML and CSS for a page in a way that is consistent with the best practices of modern website development. That includes the use of HTML5 semantics, external style sheets, and CSS3.
When you finish the first 6 modules, you will have the perspective and skills you need for developing professional web pages in Dreamweaver.
Section 2: More Dreamweaver skills
The seven modules in section 2 let you learn new Dreamweaver skills that includes:
How to use media queries to implement Responsive Web Design so your web pages work right in desktop browsers as well as in mobile devices
- How to implement Responsive Web Design by using Dreamweaver’s Fluid Grid Layout feature
- How to use templates and library items to save time and build consistent web pages
- How to add tables to your web pages
- How to add audio or video to a page by using HTML5 elements instead of plug-ins
- How to use the Dreamweaver features that can help you work more productively
- How to deploy an application to a web server
Section 3: How to create interactive and mobile web pages
The four modules in this section show you how to use the Dreamweaver features for creating interactive and mobile web pages. That includes:
- How to add forms to your pages that send user entries to your web server for processing
- How to use Dreamweaver to add jQuery and jQuery UI features like accordions and tabs to your pages...without knowing how to use jQuery or jQuery UI
- How to use jQuery Mobile to build mobile websites, which in some cases is a practical alternative to Responsive Web Design
Who Should Attend?
- Beginning web developers who want to learn how to use Dreamweaver so they can get by with minimal HTML and CSS skills
- HTML and CSS developers who want to work more efficiently by using the Dreamweaver interface
- Server-side programmers who are looking for an efficient way to build and enhance web pages