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Part 01 - Introduction
Get started learning about some of the key frequently used terms in web design such as URL, web server, HTML and CSS. Then get a quick overview of the fundamentals of websites and how they work. Explore the provided sample design that serves as the starting point for building the actual site in Dreamweaver.
Part 02 - Creating Your First Webpage
Take a quick tour of the Dreamweaver workspace including various panels and the Code/Design views. Begin building your page by starting with a blank HTML page, and then bring in your content from a text document. Go on to brush up the page by changing some of its basic properties.
Part 03 - Setting up a Local Site
In this step of the tutorial, you can find out how to use the files panel in Dreamweaver to organize and set up your site on the local hard drive in your computer – while it is still being worked on before it can be published to a web server later.
Part 04 - Creating and Importing Images
Learn how to create and prepare images to incorporate into your website design. Save them in web friendly JPG or PNG formats while maintaining a good balance between quality and small file size. Import them into Dreamweaver and make some initial adjustments to layout and alignment.
Part 05 - Linking to Websites
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to create hyperlinks. Hyperlinks allow you to jump from section to section within the same web page or jump to another web page within your site or other external sites on the web as well as link to objects such as email addresses.
Part 06 - Changing Visual Properties of HTML Content
Its time to start customizing the appearance of your website by stylizing the HTML elements. You’ll start by defining the visual properties of the body text such as the font, color and sizing. Also customize the color of the link text depending on its various states. Then you’ll learn how to add background images.
Part 07 - Understanding and Using Cascading Style Sheets
In this video you’ll continue to further customize your website using CSS or Cascading Style Sheets. With CSS you can control many visual aspects of the website efficiently and consistently. Learn the basics of how CSS rules work and how you can easily take advantage of the power and flexibility of CSS in Dreamweaver including creating and editing your own CSS class.
Part 08 - Website Navigation
This part of the tutorial will cover the basic concepts of site navigation. Explore various models of navigation that you can implement to link the multiple pages of the site together. Also learn how to integrate your navigation elements to your site architecture using prebuilt layout templates in Dreamweaver.