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Discover how to build web sites, prototypes, and more in this course on Adobe Dreamweaver CS6. Author James Williamson shows designers how to take control of their site by properly naming and structuring files and folders; how to create new documents and web pages from scratch or with starter pages; and how to add content such as text, images, tables, and links. James also provides a background on the languages that power projects built in Dreamweaver—HTML and CSS—and introduces the programming features in the application, for developers who want to dig right into the code. The last chapter shows how to finesse your project with interactive content such as CSS3 transitions and Spry widgets.
Thanks so much for watching Dreamweaver CS6 Essential Training. I hope you've enjoyed going through these exercises and I want to encourage you to take what you've learned in this series and use it to dig deeper into the concepts presented here. Web design is a discipline that requires patience, practice, and dedication to truly master it. Just remember to have fun and let Dreamweaver assist you in building great content. For more on Dreamweaver, I recommend checking out Adobe's Dreamweaver Developer Center. There you'll find articles, videos, tutorials and documentation that can deepen your understanding of Dreamweaver and help you work more efficiently.
I also recommend checking out Adobe's Community Forums. These forums are a great place to ask questions, read about what others are working on, and interface with Adobe's moderators. Of course, I also recommend checking out the very large number of Dreamweaver, HTML, CSS and web-based titles in the Lynda.com Online Training Library. Thanks so much for watching, and if you want to get in touch with me, follow me on Twitter, I'd love to hear feedback from you and to learn how you're using Dreamweaver.
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