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Dreamweaver MX Level II


Class Date: April 28, 2005
Call 847-543-2747 to register by phone.
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Platforms offered: PC and Macintosh

Course length: 1 day

Overview: Students will be introduced to advanced concepts of Dreamweaver MX. In this course, students will expand on the knowledge they gained in the Dreamweaver MX Level I course.

Students will work with advanced features, including libraries and behaviors. In addition, students will use many of the new features available within the HTML 4 standard including style sheets and layers.

Target Student: This course is designed for Web designers or prospective Web designers with any level of experience who want to use Dreamweaver's advanced features to create complex Web sites efficiently.

Prerequisites: To ensure your success, we recommend you first take the Dreamweaver MX: Level I. or have equivalent knowledge of Dreamweaver MX: Level I.

Benefits: After completing this course, students will be able to create Web sites that include simple rollovers, complex navigation bars, and other page elements that provide visual feedback. Students will learn techniques for creating complex Web sites efficiently.

What's Next: Dreamweaver MX: Level 3 will introduce students to the basics of creating database-driven Web sites with Macromedia Dreamweaver MX. Those who want to learn to prepare images for use on Web sites may want to take the Photoshop 7.0: Web Production course.

Performance-based objectives

Create dynamic user-interface elements, including simple rollovers and complex navigation bars
Use libraries to manage repeating site elements
Define keyword, description, and other meta tags
Create external and internal CSS styles to streamline text formatting
Create and manage layers
Use the History panel to simplify repetitive tasks
Target page content to specific browsers and versions
Add a form to your web page.

Dreamweaver MX level II course content

Lesson 1: Rollovers and Navigation Bars

Adding Image States to a Navigation Bar Using Behaviors
Using the Insert Navigation Bar Tool
Flash Buttons and Text

Lesson 2: Libraries

Creating a Library
Modifying Library Items within the Library Panel

Lesson 3: Defining Head Elements and Managing Keyboard Shortcuts

Defining Head Elements
Editing Meta Tags
Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts

Lesson 4: Style Sheets

Defining Style Sheets
Applying Style Sheets to Multiple Pages

Lesson 5: Layers

Creating Layers
Using the Layers Panel
Layer Styles
Layers and Behaviors
Inserting Rich Media Objects

Lesson 6: The History panel

The History panel
Recording Steps
Saving Steps to the Commands Menu

Lesson 7: Browser Targeting and Code Tools

Browser Compatibility
Converting Pages to Earlier Versions
Browser Checking
Coding Tools

Lesson 8: Creating Forms

Setting Up Forms
Adding Form Elements
Validating and Testing Forms

Dreamweaver: Level I :: Dreamweaver: Level II :: Dreamweaver: Level III
Class content may vary dependent on software version number.

Please call for information on older versions. 

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