Date: March 8, 2005
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Spring 2005 CLC schedule
Platforms offered: PC and Macintosh
Course length: 1 day
Overview: Students will be introduced to
the basics of Macromedia Dreamweaver MX.
Prerequisites: To ensure your success, you must have a basic understanding of your computer's operating system. For example, you should know how to launch an application, create and save files, open files from within the application, and copy files from CDs and other media.
Benefits: After completing this course, students
will be able to create Web sites that include frame-based
pages, tables, graphics, and links.
Target Student: This course is designed primarily
for new or prospective Web designers who want to use
Macromedia Dreamweaver to create Web sites.
What's Next: After completing this course, students
can take the Dreamweaver MX: Level 2 course.
Students will learn basic concepts about the
Internet and the World Wide Web, identify the basic
issues concerning proper site design, and navigate in
the Dreamweaver work environment.
Define a site in Dreamweaver to organize and
maintain the web pages
Create a basic web page
Enter text and apply character and paragraph
Use Site Panel to create and organize files and
Insert images, set image properties
Create and format tables
Add links within a site
Specify external links
Use images as links
Create image maps.
Build a frame-based set of pages.
Upload a site to a remote Web server.
Dreamweaver MX level 1 course content
Lesson 1: Internet Access and HTML
Internet Access and HTM
Planning Web Sites
The Dreamweaver Environment
Viewing and Managing HTML Code
Lesson 2: Creating a Web Site
Defining a Web Site
Creating a Basic Web Page
Lesson 3: Building a Web Site
The Site Panel
Lesson 4: Adding Content to Web Pages
Templates Containing Repeating Regions
Lesson 5: Working with Links
Links within a Site
Lesson 6: Enhancing Navigation in a Site
Re-Usable Navigation Bars
Lesson 7: Managing and Uploading a Web Site
The Site Map
Level I :: Dreamweaver:
Class content may vary dependent on software version
Please call for information on older versions.