- Price: $740.00
Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004 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 - Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney
- Group Bookings - all States and Territories across Australia
- Describe basic Web and HTML concepts, navigate and customise the Dreamweaver MX 2004 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 modifypage 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.
Introduction to the Web and HTML
- The Dreamweaver MX 2004 environment
- Code assistants
- Creating a Web site
- Creating documents
- Page properties
- Document structure
- Importing Microsoft Office content
- Check spelling
- Data tables
- Table formatting
- Table accessibility
- Background images
- Named anchors
- Image maps
- Navigation bars
- Cascading Style Sheets
- External style sheets
- Link styles
- Web site publishing
To gain maximum benefit from this course, it is recommended that students have a working knowledge of Windows and some experience with the Web. A knowledge of HTML is not required but is highly recommended.