Dreamweaver CS4 Training

A Complete Web Design Course.

Web Design Courses

Dreamweaver CS4

At last there is a comprehensive Dreamweaver course for people who want to build high quality web sites using Adobe’s breathtaking CS4!

This Dreamweaver web design course will require a typical time commitment of just 120 hours of study at our comfortable training centres in London’s Notting Hill or High Holborn or in Croydon.

At the end of this Dreamweaver course, not only will you be able to design industry standard web sites, you’ll also have a nationally recognised Pitman Training certificate to prove your competence.

And if you want to go further, you’ll have the foundations in place for earning an Adobe Certified Associate qualification.

To learn more about this course or to book a free demonstration of our Dreamweaver CS4 course, just call us:

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What Makes This Dreamweaver CS4 Course Special?

This Dreamweaver CS4 course is special for the following key reasons:

  • You can start at any time – no waiting for term to start.
  • You choose your study hours – daytimes, evenings, Saturdays or a mixture of all these!
  • It’s one of the most comprehensive courses around – everything’s covered.
  • It’s fully supported to allow you time to experiment and develop your web design ability with terrific skills retention post-course.

Who Is This Dreamweaver CS4 Course Suitable For?

This course assumes no prior knowledge of web site construction or Dreamweaver and its self-paced nature means students will be able to join at any point on the path from total beginner to intermediate.

What Is Covered On This Dreamweaver CS4 Course?

This exciting Dreamweaver CS4 training programme is made up of 11 units and 2 appendices:

• Unit 1:
Fundamentals of the World Wide Web, What is HTML? Exploring Web Pages with Web Browsers, HTML Tags, Attributes and Styles, WYSIWIG, Viewing Source Codes

• Unit Two:
Planning a Site from the Ground Up, Identify Target Audience, Planning Site Content, Paths and Site Structure, Defining a Website in Dreamweaver, Adding Folders and Files

• Unit Three:
The Dreamweaver Interface, Setting the Workspace View, The Functional Areas of Dreamweaver CS4, Split and Design Views, The Insert Panel, The Document Window, The Properties Inspector

• Unit Four:
Layouts and Alignments, Modifying Page Backgrounds, Setting Page Margins, Setting Text and Link Colours, Colour Considerations in Web Design, Previewing Pages in a Browser

• Unit Five:
Understanding Text and Typefaces, Text Formatting with the Properties Inspector, Understanding Font Styles, Using Lists and Indents, Creating Hyperlinks

• Unit Six:
Working with Images, Image File Formats for the Internet, Inserting Images into a Web Page, Creating a Navigation Bar with Images, Inserting Rollover Images, Images and Copyright Issues, Inserting Flash Video, Using Adobe Bridge CS4

• Unit Seven:
Page Layout Principles, Cascading Style Sheets, Document Type Declaration, CSS Positioning, Creating Page Divisions, Creating Columns, Exporting to External Style Sheet

• Unit Eight:
Advanced Page Design with CSS, Creating Custom Classes, Creating Descendant Selectors, Conditional Comments for Internet Explorer, Adding a Print Style Sheet

• Unit Nine:
Automated Design Tools, Creating and Using Library Items, Creating a New Template, Designing with Behaviors, Dreamweaver Extensions

• Unit Ten:
Tables, Forms and Media, Processing Forms, Working with Menus, Radio Buttons and Checkboxes, Working with Plug-Ins, Inserting a Spry Tabbed Panel

• Unit Eleven:
Publishing and Managing Site Files, Choosing a Web-Hosting Service, Managing File Transfers with the Site Panel

• Appendices:
Working as Part of a Team Preparing for the Adobe Certified Associate Exam