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Join author Paul Trani as he shows how to create a web site step by step with Adobe Dreamweaver CS6, one of the industry's leading web authoring tools. But not just any web site. A responsive HTML5 web site that works across multiple browsers and devices, complete with rich imagery and text, a robust portfolio, video content, and even a contact form. This course covers how to use web standards such as HTML5 for structure and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to control colors, fonts, navigation, and more. The course also demonstrates how to test across multiple browsers and devices and upload your new site to the web.
Hello, my name is Paul Trani, and welcome to Creating a First Web Site with Dreamweaver CS6. I'm really excited to take you through how to create a website, but not just any website. So this isn't a template or anything like that. You have full control to be able to create what you want, implement the content that you want, have it stylized using CSS any way you want, even using the latest in CSS and even the latest in HTML5. Really exciting, and not only is it the latest, but you know what? It's really easy.
In fact, we're going to be implementing lots of imagery, as well as a gallery to include your portfolio if you wanted to, and even a contact form, enabling people to--of course--contact you and tell you how great your site is. So I'm really excited to take you through this. So let's go ahead and get started with creating your First Web Site in Dreamweaver CS6.
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