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Dreamweaver Training Class - Introduction

Dreamweaver Training Class - Introduction

Dreamweaver Training Class - Introduction

This is the entry level of our Dreamweaver classes and combines practical hands-on exercises with an overview of Dreamweaver’s tools for building and maintaining websites in this two-day course. The focus of this course is on creating multiple pages with text, images and links using Dreamweaver.

This Dreamweaver training class has been updated For Adobe Dreamweaver, but training for previous versions of Adobe Dreamweaver is also available. This Adobe Dreamweaver training class is available as a regularly scheduled class at AGI's classroom locations as a private or custom Dreamweaver class at your location or as an online Dreamweaver class.

The Adobe Dreamweaver introductory training course includes a copy of AGI's own Dreamweaver Digital Classroom, published by AGI and Wiley. Contact AGI about this Dreamweaver training class.

Dreamweaver Training Class - Introduction Course Dates

All classes are led by a live instructor. Class times listed are Eastern time.

Course Title Course Dates Course Location Fee Register
Dreamweaver Training Class - Introduction


10:00 am to 5:00 pm
American Graphics Institute American Graphics Institute
Live instructor-led class online
1969-12-31T19:00:00-05:00 $695.00

Dreamweaver Training Class - Introduction Course Topics

Dreamweaver Jumpstart

  • Design and layout tools
  • Site management and file transfer protocol
  • Coding environment and text editor
  • Mobile design and development features
  • Dreamweaver’s workspace features
  • How websites work
  • The role of web browsers
  • An introduction to HTML
  • Explorations in code
  • Creating, opening, and saving documents
  • Setting up a new site

Understanding sites and pages

  • Creating a new site in Adobe Dreamweaver
  • Using advanced site-creation options
  • Adding pages
  • Saving a page to your site
  • Defining page properties
  • Changing your work views
  • Looking at the Files panel
  • Viewing local files
  • Selecting and editing files

Adding text and images

  • Using type and images on the Web
  • Adding text
  • Introducing styles
  • Previewing pages in a web browser
  • Creating hyperlinks
  • Inserting images
  • Linking images
  • Editing images
  • Optimizing images
  • Updating images

Styling your pages with CSS

  • Understanding cascading styles sheets
  • Creating and modifying styles
  • Creating a class style with the Property Inspector
  • Using advanced CSS formatting
  • Putting Div tags and CSS IDs to use
  • Saving internal vs. external style sheets
  • Attaching external style sheets
  • Modifying attached style sheets
  • Creating a new .css file

Working with tables

  • Using tables in web design
  • Importing table data
  • Modifying table structure
  • Creating a table
  • Formatting tables with HTML
  • Formatting tables with CSS
  • Advanced CSS styling of tables
  • Reusing CSS for other tables
  • Sorting data in tables

Fine-Tuning Your Workflow

  • Working more efficiently
  • Customizing panels and groups
  • Adding Favorites
  • Using the Insert bar
  • Resizing the document window
  • Changing the zoom level
  • Using guides
  • Using grids
  • Navigating with the tag selector
  • Tiling documents

Adding Flash, video and sound content

  • Making web content interesting
  • Inserting Flash movies
  • Choosing the right video format
  • Adding video
  • Incorporating Flash Video
  • Using QuickTime video and Windows media
  • Adding video controls
  • Understanding plug-ins
  • Choosing the right audio format
  • Inserting sound
  • Updating and editing colors

Managing Your Website

  • Working with the Files panel
  • Creating a remote connection
  • Viewing files on a remote web server
  • Transferring files to and from a remote server
  • Checking links site-wide
  • Generating site reports
  • Checking browser compatibility
  • Adding metadata
  • Launching your site
  • Getting help and using the reference guides

Dreamweaver new features

  • Fluid Grid Layout
  • CSS transition
  • Web fonts
  • jQuery mobile swatches
  • PhoneGap build service
  • CSS3 and HTML5 authoring support
  • jQuery mobile integration
  • Native mobile app support


Dreamweaver Training Class - Introduction: Prerequisites

We recommend that you have the Adobe Dreamweaver software before starting the class. You can purchase the software or obtain a trial version of it at from the Adobe website.


Dreamweaver Training Class - Introduction: Course Length: 2 days

Adobe Dreamweaver Training Class Introduction Course Materials

The Adobe Dreamweaver introductory training course includes a copy of AGI's own Dreamweaver Digital Classroom, published by AGI and Wiley. Contact AGI about this Dreamweaver training class.

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