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Dreamweaver CC Digital Classroom

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Learn Adobe Dreamweaver CC with this full-color book and DVD training package

You may be eager to learn how to use Adobe Dreamweaver CC (Creative Cloud) to create great websites, but you'd like to tackle it at your own speed. If so, this book-and-DVD learning combo is perfect for you. More than 16 lessons, each including step-by-step instructions and lesson files backed by video tutorials, guide you smoothly through website design to implementation to maintenance, helping you ...

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Overview

Learn Adobe Dreamweaver CC with this full-color book and DVD training package

You may be eager to learn how to use Adobe Dreamweaver CC (Creative Cloud) to create great websites, but you'd like to tackle it at your own speed. If so, this book-and-DVD learning combo is perfect for you. More than 16 lessons, each including step-by-step instructions and lesson files backed by video tutorials, guide you smoothly through website design to implementation to maintenance, helping you build solid skills at your own pace. It's like having your own personal Dreamweaver instructor at your side.

• Combines a full-color, step-by-step instructional print book along with lesson files and video training on DVD, to teach readers how to use Adobe Dreamweaver CC

• Provides thorough training from a team of expert instructors from American Graphics Institute (AGI)

• Covers essential topics such as applying style sheets, using dynamic HTML, adding style with images and multimedia, publishing and maintaining websites, using hyperlinks to navigate, and using databases to create dynamic websites

You'll be building websites, formatting web pages, and creating forms in no time with Adobe Dreamweaver CC Digital Classroom.

Note: DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of the e-book file, but are available for download after purchase

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  • Dreamweaver CC Digital Classroom
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118640159
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 8/19/2013
  • Series: Digital Classroom Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 512
  • Sales rank: 132,134
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Michael Arguin is a web applications specialist at American Graphics Institute, where Greg Heald is a senior web design instructor. They are members of the AGI Creative Team, which develops and delivers global training programs for creative, marketing, and communications professionals.

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Table of Contents

Starting up

About Dreamweaver Digital Classroom 1

Prerequisites 1

System requirements 1

Starting Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2

Resetting the Adobe Dreamweaver CC workspace 3

Loading lesson files 5

Working with the video tutorials 6

Setting up for viewing the video tutorials 7

Viewing the video tutorials with the Adobe Flash Player 7

Hosting your websites 7

Additional resources 8

Lesson 1: Dreamweaver CC Jumpstart

Starting up 9

What is Dreamweaver? 10

Design and layout tools 10

Site management and File Transfer Protocol 11

Coding environment and text editor 11

Mobile design and development features 12

Who uses Dreamweaver? 13

Dreamweaver’s workspace features 13

Live View and Live Code 16

CSS Inspection and the Enable/Disable Feature 16

Related files 17

Code Navigator 18

Photoshop smart objects 19

Support for Content Management Systems 19

HTML5, CSS3, and PHP code hinting 20

HTML and CSS Starter Pages 20

Subversion 20

Business Catalyst integration 21

How websites work 21

A simple flow chart 21

Domain names and IP addresses 22

Servers and web hosts 22

The role of web browsers 22

An introduction to HTML 22

Tag structure and attributes 23

The structure of an HTML document 25

Placing images in HTML 25

Colors in HTML 27

Case sensitivity and whitespace rules 28

Element hierarchy 30

HTML5 30

Explorations in code 30

A look at the Welcome Screen 31

Creating, opening, and saving documents 32

Creating new documents 32

Self study 34

Review 34

Lesson 2: Setting Up a New Site

Starting up 35

Creating a new site 36

Advanced site-creation options 39

Adding pages 41

Saving a page to your site 44

Defining page properties 45

Work views 51

A deeper look into the Files panel 53

Viewing local files 54

Selecting and editing files 54

Self study 56

Review 56

Lesson 3: Adding Text and Images

Starting up 57

Typography and images on the Web 58

Adding text 58

An introduction to styles 64

Previewing pages in a web browser 69

Understanding hyperlinks 71

Creating hyperlinks 72

Relative versus absolute hyperlinks 74

Linking to an e-mail address 76

Creating lists 76

Using the Text Insert panel 78

Inserting images 80

Image resolution 80

Image formats 80

Creating a simple gallery page 81

Linking images 84

Editing images 85

Adjusting brightness and contrast 85

Optimizing images 86

Updating images 87

Self study 88

Review 88

Lesson 4: Styling Your Pages with CSS

Starting up 89

What are Cascading Style Sheets? 90

CSS replaces inefficient HTML styling 91

The benefits of CSS styling 92

How do you create CSS rules in Dreamweaver? 94

Understanding Style Sheets 98

Understanding why they’re called Cascading 101

Creating and modifying styles 102

Creating a class style with the CSS Designer panel 105

Creating and modifying styles 108

Advanced text formatting with CSS 111

Fine-tuning page appearance with contextual and pseudo-class selectors 114

Div tags and CSS IDs 117

Internal versus external style sheets 119

Attaching an external style sheet to your page 121

Modifying attached style sheets 122

Creating a new css file (external style sheet) 124

Self study 126

Review 126

Lesson 5: Creating Page Layouts with CSS

Starting up 127

The CSS Box model 128

The basics of CSS margins, padding, and borders 128

Reviewing the element 129

Reviewing the ID selector 129

Creating a centered container for your page 131

Absolute versus relative positioning 135

Creating a header using a relative positioned div 137

Positioning content with absolute-positioned divs 139

Adding an introduction section to your page 139

Adding images to your layout 141

Photoshop integration 143

Adding Main and Sidebar content areas 144

Adding additional content and styles 146

Setting margins and borders 147

Overriding default margins in CSS 148

Adding borders to elements 150

Future proofing your layout 151

The pros and cons of Absolutely Positioned CSS layouts 152

Self study 155

Review 155

Lesson 6: Advanced Page Layout

Starting up 157

Layout with absolute-position divs versus layout with floats 158

Creating a floated image 159

Creating columns with HTML and CSS 162

Creating the structure with divs and HTML5 semantic elements 162

Setting the width and floating the columns 165

Using the property 167

Creating a list-based navigation bar 168

Changing column layout and size 173

Creating the appearance of equal height columns 175

Applying finishing touches 178

Creating more sophisticated layouts 179

Dreamweaver Fluid Grid Layout 180

Self study 181

Review 181

Lesson 7: CSS3 Transitions and Styles

Starting up 183

Understanding the role of CSS3 184

Adding a CSS Transition 184

Modifying a CSS Transition 190

Adding CSS Transitions to a navigation menu 196

Adding a CSS Gradient 199

Applying a CSS Gradient to the page background 203

Creating rounded borders 206

Self study 210

Review 210

Lesson 8: Using Web Fonts

Starting up 211

The basics of web fonts 212

Web Fonts in Dreamweaver CC 212

Using Adobe Edge Web Fonts 213

Creating a custom font stack using web fonts 217

Styling your content with Adobe Edge Web Fonts 219

Adding local web fonts with 220

Styling your heading with a local web font 225

Self study 228

Review 228

Lesson 9: Working with Tables

Starting up 229

Using tables in web design 230

Importing table data 230

Selecting table elements 232

Modifying table size 234

Modifying table structure 237

Creating a table 238

Formatting and styling tables in HTML 240

Formatting and styling tables with CSS 245

Advanced CSS styling of tables 248

Controlling cell alignment, padding, and borders with CSS 250

Creating alternate row styling with CSS 252

Reusing CSS for other tables 254

Data sorting tables 255

Self study 257

Review 257

Lesson 10: Fine-Tuning Your Workflow

Starting up 259

Customizing panels and panel groups 260

Using the Favorites tab on the Insert bar 263

Resizing the document window 264

Using guides 267

Using grids 273

The tag selector 275

Tiling documents 277

Self study 278

Review 278

Lesson 11: Adding Video, Audio and Interactivity

Starting up 279

Making web content interesting 280

Adding video 280

HTML5 video 280

Flash video 283

QuickTime and Windows Media 286

Inserting Flash animations 289

Inserting Edge Animate animations 292

Inserting sound with the HTML5 audio element 294

Self study 298

Review 298

Lesson 12: Maximizing Site Design

Starting up 299

Creating modular page elements 300

Introducing snippets 300

The Snippets panel 301

Creating new snippets 302

Introducing library items 306

Modifying and updating library items 308

Introducing templates 310

Creating a new template 311

Working with editable regions 312

Creating new pages from templates 313

Modifying templates 315

Repeating regions 316

Putting repeating regions into action 318

Detach from Template command 319

Self study 320

Review 320

Lesson 13: Working with Code-editing Features

Starting up 321

Working with code 322

Accessing code with the Quick Tag editor 322

Using HTML5 Code-hinting 323

Working in the Code view 325

Modifying the Code view workspace 325

The Coding toolbar 328

Collapsing and expanding tags and code blocks 330

Validating your code 331

Highlighting and correcting invalid code 331

Running a report 333

Formatting code 334

Indenting 337

Self study 338

Review 338

Lesson 14: Building HTML5 Web Forms

Starting up 339

The basics of HTML5 forms 340

How forms work 340

Building a contact form 341

Inserting the tag 341

Setting form properties 344

Adding form elements 346

Adding text fields 347

Adding a new HTML5 text field 349

Adding check boxes 350

Adding radio buttons 352

Adding radio groups 353

Adding lists and menus 354

Adding a Text Area 356

Adding a File Upload field 357

Creating Submit and Reset buttons 358

Styling forms with CSS 360

Attaching external styles 360

Setting a background color 361

Styling form elements 363

Form processing and validation 364

HTML5 validation 365

The Validate Form behavior 367

A look at the Behaviors panel 367

Setting an event or trigger 369

Validating form fields 370

Changing a form field’s behavior order 371

Verifying field contents 372

Self study 373

Review 373

Lesson 15: Adding Interactivity with the jQuery UI Library

Starting up 375

Introducing the jQuery UI Widgets 376

The jQuery UI Library 376

A look at the project 376

The jQuery Tabbed panel 378

Styling jQuery UI Widgets with CSS 381

The jQuery UI Accordion panel 384

Create a single collapsible panel 386

Self study 388

Review 388

Lesson 16: Responsive Design and Layout for Mobile Devices

Starting up 389

The rise of the mobile web 390

Dreamweaver tools for mobile layout 390

Mobile website features in Dreamweaver 392

Previewing your web page using window sizes 392

Media Queries defined 394

Creating media queries 396

Creating a layout optimized for mobile 399

Creating styles for navigation and a single-column layout 404

The basics of Fluid Grid Layout 408

Creating your mobile layout 411

Creating a tablet layout 414

Creating a three-column fluid layout for the desktop 416

Styling elements in your fluid grid layout 420

Self study 424

Review 424

Lesson 17: Managing your Website: Reports, Optimization, and Maintenance

Starting up 425

Working with the Files panel 426

Creating a remote connection 426

Viewing files on a remote web server 430

Transferring files to and from a remote server with Get and Put 431

Using Check In/Check Out and Design Notes 433

Check In and Check Out 433

Checking files in and out 435

Using Design Notes 436

Sharing Design Notes 437

Displaying Design Notes in the Files panel 438

Testing site integrity 439

Checking links sitewide 439

Generating site reports 441

Understanding report results 443

Addressing a listed item 444

Optimizing pages for launch 445

Search engine visibility and Search Engine Optimization 445

Titling your documents with the tag 445

Adding meta keywords and descriptions 448

Launching your site 449

Site launch checklist 449

Uploading your site 450

Getting help 451

Suggested next steps 452

Website design resources 453

Self study 454

Review 454

Lesson 18: Dreamweaver CC New Features

What’s new in Dreamweaver CC? 455

CSS Designer panel 457

CSS3 transitions and styles 457

jQuery UI widgets 458

Additional New Features in Dreamweaver CC 459

Adobe Edge Web Fonts 459

Faster HTML5 elements insertion 460

Streamlined HTML5 audio and video 462

Edge Animate composition support 463

Additional features 463

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