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Creating a First Web Site with Dreamweaver CS4 shows the basics of doing just that—building a first web site. Adobe Certified Instructor Paul Trani walks through the important steps of creating a web site from concept to publishing, using Dreamweaver CS4. He teaches how to create basic web pages, add text and image content, use Cascading Style Sheets for design and layout, create a photo gallery, and even check the final site for browser compatibility. He also demonstrates how to create a contact form to encourage viewer feedback on the site. Exercise files accompany the course.
(Music playing.) Hello! I'm Paul Trani and welcome to Creating a First Web Site with Dreamweaver CS4. Now have you ever wanted to create content and then post it on the web, but really weren't sure where to begin or have you ever wanted to make a full-blown website experience with dynamic content? Well, you've come to the right place. In this title, I'm going to be walking you through the creation of a website from a concept, clear to publishing live all using Dreamweaver.
I'll cover everything you need to know and do including designing and setting up your websites, creating various pages, linking those web pages together, as well as even adding a photo gallery. You'll also see how to create a contact form so people can get in touch with you to tell you how great your site is. Now let's start creating a first website with Dreamweaver CS4.
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