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Dreamweaver 8 Essential Training is a tutorial designed for beginning to intermediate Dreamweaver users who want to quickly get up to speed on the latest version of Macromedia's incredibly popular Web development application. This tutorial begins by covering basic Web authoring skills like working with text and images, adding links, modifying page properties, and managing your site. From there you'll move on to more advanced topics like using Dreamweaver 8's new unified CSS style panel, creating layouts with layers, and embedding audio and video files into your pages. This tutorial shows you everything you need to know to go from creating your first page to publishing an entire site on the Web.
>> Hi, and welcome to Dreamweaver 8 essential training. I'm [inaudible]. Dreamweaver 8 is Macromedia's latest update to their incredibly popular web site creation program. And they've really packed a lot of new features and improvements into this version. In this series of movies, we're going to be taking a look at the Dreamweaver interface, and we'll look at the basics of creating and managing a new site in Dreamweaver. We're going to start with foundational topics like working with text and images, adding links, and modifying page properties. From there we're going to move into some more advanced topics like styling your pages with CSS, using layers for layout, adding rollover images, and even adding audio and video to your pages.
If you've used Dreamweaver in the past, I think you're really going to like the improvements and new features that you're going to find throughout the program. But even if you're brand new to web design, you can quickly learn to appreciate how Dreamweaver can help you built an entire site in a short amount of time with a minimal amount of effort. So let's get started.
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