- Price: $740.00
Macromedia Dreamweaver CS3 Essentials is designed for students who would like to establish a presence on the World Wide Web by creating their own web pages, using page layout techniques, or using HTML code, and be able to manage their own web site.
- Public Schedule - Canberra, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney
- Group Bookings - All States and Territories across Australia
This course aims to teach web site design in the Dreamweaver CS3 environment.
At the completion of this course you should have the skills and knowledge to:
- Describe basic Web and HTML concepts, navigate and customise the Dreamweaver CS3 environment, and work with the Code Inspector, the Tag Inspector, and the Quick Tag Editor.
- Plan and define a Web site, create, save, and import text in a document, and modify page properties.
- Define headings and paragraphs, create lists and special characters, import Microsoft Office documents, and check for spelling errors in a document.
- Insert tables, add text content, insert and delete rows and columns, create table headers, align text in table cells, modify table properties, and create table summaries.
- Identify image file types on the Web, embed an image, modify image properties, specify alternative text, align text around an image, and insert background images.
- Create links to other pages, other Web sites, and e-mail addresses, create image links, named anchors and links to named anchors, create an image map using the hotspot tools, and create a navigation bar.
- Apply text styles to various elements by using tag styles and class styles, create an external style sheet, export embedded styles into a style sheet, link documents to a style sheet, update a style sheet, and apply styles to links in their user defined states.
- Use the Site definition dialog box to set up and prepare to publish a Web site, check for and fix broken links in a site, and publish a Web site to a local test folder.
To gain maximum benefit from this course, it is recommended that students have a working knowledge of Windows and some experience with the Web. Knowledge of HTML is not required but is highly recommended.
Key topics covered on this course include:
- Introduction to the Web and HTML
- The Dreamweaver CS3 environment
- Code assistants and Creating a Web site
- Creating documents and Page properties
- Document structure
- Importing Microsoft Office content
- Check spelling
- Data tables, Table formatting and Table accessibility
- Images and Background images
- Links and Named anchors
- Image maps
- Navigation bars
- Cascading Style Sheets
- External style sheets
- Link styles
- Web site publishing