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What’s New in Dreamweaver CC
Overview: Develop more web content, more quickly. A streamlined user interface, connected tools, and new visual CSS editing tools let you code efficiently and intuitively. And now, Dreamweaver CC lets you share work directly from within the application, and helps you keep up with web standards by giving you access to new features as soon as they're available.
CSS Designer in Depth
Get an in-depth look at the powerful new CSS Designer tools in Dreamweaver CC. Intuitive visual editing tools help you generate clean, web-standard code and quickly apply CSS properties like gradients and box shadows. You can see the effects on your designs immediately, eliminating tedious tweaking and the need to go back and forth to Code view.
An Early View into the Next Generation of Adobe Dreamweaver CC
Show: ADC Presents
Get a first look at the next generation of Dreamweaver, with new features for visual CSS Designer and more.
Featurette: Intuitive visual editing tools help you generate clean, web-standard code and quickly apply CSS properties like gradients and box shadows. See the effect in your design immediately. No more tedious tweaking. No more switching back to the code. What you see is what you get.
Adobe Dreamweaver CC Integration with Creative Cloud
Featurette: Log in to Creative Cloud from any computer and access your files, settings, and site definitions. You have everything you need to work on your web projects, whenever you need it, wherever you are.
Create a simple website
Faculty, staff, and students all have needs to create websites for a range of content such as course information, an online portfolio, and a research project, among others. Adobe Muse® is an easy-to-use tool to create a simple, professional looking website without the need to write HTML or CSS code. In this tutorial, learn how to create a simple website for students to access information about a course.
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.