In order to start a career in web design or to use Dreamweaver in the workplace, it’s vital that you master the Dreamweaver software that’s recognised by design and IT teams far and wide.
Some exciting features of this Dreamweaver course include how to build mobile apps in Dreamweaver, as well as how to publish your website once you’ve finished.
Some understanding of HTML is good before you undertake the course, but not essential.
In order to get to grips with this popular web design programme, you’ll need to complete around 18 hours of study at one of our centres in London (High Holborn and Notting Hill) or Croydon.
What’s Covered In Our Dreamweaver Training Course?
In just eight lessons studied at your own pace, you’ll cover the following:
Lesson One: Defining a web site, saving a page, adding images with alt tags, adding text in code view, aligning items, page properties, formatting text, creating a text link.
Lesson Two: Creating folders in a site, create and link to a new CSS stylesheet, redefine CSS style rules for the body tag, redefine CSS rules for Heading tags, custom fonts, create a number of new CSS style classes to text, interactive CSS elements.
Lesson Three: Create named div tags, position named div tags on the page with rules in the stylesheet, layer div tags within, or over, each other, change the appearance of a div tag’s borders, padding and background colours and images, apply text styles to a div tag area, control the positioning of elements throughout using a stylesheet.
Lesson Four: Find and insert images using the site assets panel, insert images into the div tag areas, use images and links to create navigation, create an image hotspot, create a table to arrange the buttons in the menu, create a menu of images linked to pages in the site.
Lesson Five: Organise content with tables, create a registration form, create a jump menu, use behaviours to make rollovers.
Lesson Six: Import text from a text file, applying styles to the text, make a useful numbered list, position an image within a text block, create relative, absolute and email links, create meta tags for description and keywords, insert special text characters, finish and re-use the template page, organise page content with layout tables.
Lesson Seven: Import and reformat data from Excel, insert and link to anchors, create a bulleted list, create a new browser window, link to a document and PDF from your site, create a contact form with various input fields and validate the fields.
Lesson Eight: Testing the website using Live View and Multiscreen Preview Panel, publishing your website using FTP and viewing the site in a browser.
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How We Train
Studying with us means you can study when you like, there’s no set dates – you simply choose when you want to come into the centre and do your course.
Our students love our flexible, self paced training as it allows them to fit their studies around their other commitments, and if they get stuck, our expert tutors are always on hand in the centres to give guidance and answer any questions.