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Dreamweaver CS5/CS6: Level 1

Available Dates: Jan 16, Feb 14, March 1, April 6, May 7, June 5
Class Length: 1 day
Cost: $399

Class Outline:

Dreamweaver CS6: Basic, is part of a two-course series. In this course, students will learn how to plan, create, and modify a website. Students will also learn how to create pages and format text; define structural elements; create and apply CSS style rules; insert and modify images and links; test and manage Web site files; and publish a site.

Table of Contents:
Unit 1: Customizing Your Workspace
Topic A: Touring the workspace
Topic B: Switching and splitting views
Topic C: Working with panels
Topic D: Selecting a workspace layout
Topic E: Adjusting toolbars
Topic F: Personalizing preferences
Topic G: Creating custom keyboard shortcuts
Topic H: Using the Property inspector

Unit 2: HTML Basics
Topic A: What is HTML?
Topic B: Where did HTML begin?
Topic C: Writing your own HTML code
Topic D: Frequently used HTML 4 codes
Topic E: Introducing HTML 5

Unit 3: CSS Basics
Topic A: What is CSS?
Topic B: HTML vs. CSS formatting
Topic C: HTML defaults
Topic D: CSS box model
Topic E: Formatting text
Topic F: Formatting objects
Topic G: Multiples, classes, and IDs, oh my!
Topic H: CSS3 overview and support

Unit 4: Creating A Page Layout
Topic A: Web design basics
Topic B: Working with thumbnails and wireframes
Topic C: Defining a Dreamweaver site
Topic D: Using the Welcome screen
Topic E: Previewing your completed file
Topic F: Modifying an existing CSS layout
Topic G: Adding a background image to the header
Topic H: Inserting new components
Topic I: Changing element alignment
Topic J: Modifying the page width and background color
Topic J: Modifying existing content and formatting
Topic K: Inserting an image placeholder
Topic L: Inserting placeholder text
Topic M: Modifying the footer
Topic N: Checking browser compatibility

Unit 5: Working With Cascading Style Sheets
Topic A: Previewing the completed file
Topic B: Working with the CSS Styles panel
Topic C: Working with type
Topic D: Using images for graphical effects
Topic E: Creating new CSS rules
Topic F: Creating an interactive menu
Topic G: Modifying hyperlink behavior
Topic H: Creating faux columns
Topic I: Moving rules to an external style sheet
Topic J: Creating style sheets for other media