Adobe Dreamweaver is a powerful program for anyone wanting to design and build websites, and its great usability and functionality make it one of the most popular tools for the job.
We show you all the essential features and techniques you need to know about in order to use this fantastic piece of software – from using images and CSS, to creating tables, frames and hyperlinks.
If you’re new to Adobe Dreamweaver, but you want to be able to design, build, and maintain professional-looking websites, this introductory Dreamweaver course will enable you to achieve that.
By the end of the programme you’ll be able to:
Planning a web site
Setting up hyperlinks
Using cascading style sheets (CSS)
Creating and using a template
Using layers and behaviours
Using the library
Creating a form
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