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Creating a First Web Site with Dreamweaver CS5 demonstrates how to establish a presence online using the industry-leading Web authoring tool, Adobe Dreamweaver CS5. Adobe Certified Instructor Paul Trani walks through the steps in creating an accessible, standards-based site from start to finish. This course covers how to create basic Web pages, add text and image content, implement a photo gallery, create a contact form, and use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to add visual appeal and layout control. The course also covers how to test a site across multiple browsers and operating systems using BrowserLab, available exclusively in Dreamweaver CS5. Exercise files accompany the course.
Hello. I'm Paul Trani, and welcome to Creating a First Web Site with Dreamweaver CS5. I'm going to show you how to create your very first Web site from the ground up, complete with text and images, Flash content, robust navigation, multiple portfolios for your images, and even a smart contact form. I'm going to show you how to do all of this in Dreamweaver using HTML as the foundation, stylizing this content with CSS, adding image galleries, using widgets, and using templates to create multiple pages.
And you can do all of this without writing any code whatsoever. And that's the thing that really excites me the most, how easy it is to create a Web site that is not only powerful, but fully customizable for any type of Web site you might want to create. So, let's get started in Creating a First Web Site with Dreamweaver CS5.
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