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biggest improvement in Dreamweaver MX 2004 is the support of
Cascading Style Sheets.
Dreamweaver is an
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Before you attack any
project, you need to have a plan, right? That's just
what the first lesson is about: coming up with a
plan. In this lesson, you'll learn the five basic
questions that you'll need to answer before starting
any Web site project. This lesson will discuss where
and how to gather your site content (text, graphics,
and other media), as well as different strategies
for organizing that content once you've got it. By
the time you finish this lesson, it won't matter
what type of Web site you need to build—you'll know
exactly how to plan for success.
Friday - Lesson 02
greatest strength is its powerful combination of
tools all wrapped up in a clean and simple
interface. This lesson is all about introducing you
to that interface. Not only will you learn the
primary interface elements, you'll also learn how to
preview your work in any of 20 potential Web
browsers—because rigorous testing is the key to a
successful Web site. By testing and adapting your
site documents across multiple browsers, you'll
ensure that each site visitor, regardless of the
browser they prefer, has a positive user experience.
Wednesday - Lesson 03
Dreamweaver is a site
creation and management tool, not just some
over-glorified HTML editor. While you're building a
site, Dreamweaver has the ability to track each
color you assign, every image and multimedia file
you insert, every Web address you reference, as well
as keep track of every step you take while working
on a specific document. Dreamweaver then keeps all
this information right at your fingertips to use
again and again. In this lesson, you'll learn the
steps you need to take to put these features to work
Friday - Lesson 04
The two most
important aspects of any Web site are what it says
and how it looks. In this lesson on text formatting,
you'll learn how to control the look of text in your
Web pages. In certain respects, formatting text with
Dreamweaver is very similar to formatting text in
your word processor. The most important thing to
understand, however, is that Dreamweaver is not a
word processor. And perhaps more important, word
processing and Web design are totally different
Wednesday - Lesson 05-
Believe it or not,
the very early Web browsers couldn't display images,
and it's doubtful the Web would have become so
popular if the same were still true today. In this
lesson, you'll learn how to use Dreamweaver to
insert and format images within your documents.
What's more, even though Dreamweaver isn't a true
image-editing application, it does offer some very
impressive editing tools, and this lesson will
expose you to these features as well.
Friday - Lesson 06
There's a reason
people call it the Web. The metaphor perfectly
describes Hypertext's functionality. One document
links to many others, which in turn link to many
others, that potentially link back to where you
started. The functional aspect of hypertext—the
hyperlink—is what makes it all possible. In this
lesson, you'll examine pathnames (the heart of all
hyperlinks), giving you a better understanding of
the file structure of your Web site and how links
function. You'll learn how to create named anchor
links and e-mail links, and how to use Dreamweaver's
impressive link management tools.
Wednesday - Lesson 07
allows you to create complex animations with very
small file sizes tailor-made for delivery via the
Web. But, this is a course about Dreamweaver. How
does Flash enter into it? Dreamweaver provides you
with Flash objects you can make use of without
having the Flash program or knowing how to create
native Flash objects. You can insert pre-made Flash
buttons, as well as create Flash text, which makes
use of whatever fonts you have available on your
computer. In this lesson, you'll learn how to create
Flash text objects, insert Flash buttons, and work
with native Flash objects.
Friday - Lesson 08
In this lesson,
you'll find out how to insert, format, and lay out a
document using tables. When HTML was first created,
tables were expected to do what they have
traditionally done: display data. That meant they
would consist of columns and rows of information,
with headings and borderlines—just like the typical
spreadsheet. But, tables are very useful layout
elements, too. Because tables are well supported
across the major browsers and they provide this dual
functionality, they're among the most common
elements you'll find in Web pages.
Wednesday - Lesson 09
Want to learn how to
create and format basic layered content? What's a
layer, you ask? Think of a layer as a kind of
container. You place content inside a layer to take
advantage of a layer's unique positioning
capabilities. Layers allow you to position content
down to the exact pixel. In this lesson, you'll
learn how to position a layer anywhere on the
screen, left to right or top to bottom within the
browser window. This lesson will also explore how
layers can be stacked one in front of the other,
giving your document content the illusion of depth.
Friday - Lesson 10
In this lesson,
you'll learn how to build frames-based Web sites.
Frames are much maligned by Web design pundits, but
their frustration has little to do with any actually
weakness on the part of frames. It has more to do
with the fact that doing frames right is very much
like preparing fine cuisine—if you don't pay
attention to details, everything will come out
awful! Working with frames demands that you change
your traditional view of building site pages, and
this lesson is devoted to showing you how that's
done. And, because Dreamweaver allows you to build a
frames-based site visually, the learning curve isn't
half as steep.
Wednesday - Lesson 11
This lesson is all
about reusability, and in Dreamweaver, that means
the Assets and History Panels. You'll learn how to
use the Assets panel to quickly access site elements
and get them into new pages so you don't have to go
hunting through your site for previously used
content. When exploring the History panel, you'll
learn how to undo anything you wish you hadn't done,
as well as redo anything so you can repeat
formatting procedures throughout your site.