You have created basic web pages. You may now need to develop professional-looking websites. In this course, you will use the advanced features of Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 to design and develop professional-looking websites.
Course Objective: You will develop professional-looking web pages using the Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 application.
Target Student: This course is designed for students who not only use Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 to design and develop webpages in a WYSIWYG environment, but also have the ability to understand and work with the architecture and coding of web pages. Students are those in small companies or departments within large companies who use web technologies for electronic communication. Some examples of target companies are advertising agencies, marketing agencies, and groups involved in intranet and extranet production.
Prerequisites: Before taking this course, students should have completed the Adobe Dreamweaver CS3: Level 1 course or possess equivalent knowledge.
Delivery Method: Instructor led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
work in Code view using the coding features of Dreamweaver.
format content using style sheets.
create an effective user-navigation interface.
work with AP elements to enhance the layout and positioning of elements on a web page.
author a web page using XML-based data.
Lesson 1: Working in Code View
Topic 1A: Use Coding Tools
Topic 1B: Search for and Replace Code
Topic 1C: Use Design Notes and Comments
Lesson 2: Formatting with Style Sheets
Topic 2A: Create CSS Styles
Topic 2B: Apply External Styles to Multiple Pages
Topic 2C: Redefine Style Sheets
Lesson 3: Creating an Effective User-Navigation Interface
Topic 3A: Create Rollovers
Topic 3B: Create a Navigation Bar
Topic 3C: Add Flash Buttons and Text to a Page
Topic 3D: Use the Spry User Interface Widgets
Topic 3E: Add Spry Effects
Lesson 4: Working with AP Elements
Topic 4A: Create AP Elements
Topic 4B: Control AP Elements Dynamically
Topic 4C: Insert Rich Media Objects into an AP Element
Lesson 5: Automating Tasks
Topic 5A: Add Library Items from Site Pages
Topic 5B: Place Library Items onto Site Pages
Topic 5C: Use Snippets
Topic 5D: Replay Actions Using the History Panel
Lesson 6: Creating Forms
Topic 6A: Set Up Forms
Topic 6B: Add Form Elements
Topic 6C: Validate Forms
Lesson 7: Authoring with XML-Based Data
Topic 7A: Integrate XML-Based Data
Topic 7B: Display XML Data Using Spry
Appendix A: Integrating Other Applications with Dreamweaver
Supplemental Lesson Integrating Other Applications with Dreamweaver
Topic 1A: Import Word Documents into Dreamweaver
Topic 1B: Import Excel Worksheets into Dreamweaver
Topic 1C: Explore the Adobe Bridge Environment
Topic 1D: Apply Metadata and Keywords to Assets in Adobe Bridge
Topic 1E: Integrate Photoshop Images in Dreamweaver
Topic 1F: Preview Web Pages in Device Central
Appendix B: Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) Program