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Build standards-compliant websites from the ground up with Dreamweaver CC, the industry leading web design and development application from Adobe. In this course, author James Williamson shows you all you need to get started, including a tour of the user interface and guidance on creating new pages, setting up a logical structure for content, and generating clear and accessible code. Find out how to use Dreamweaver to speed up the development of your HTML and CSS, how to incorporate images and tables, and how to use the powerful CSS tools in Dreamweaver to rapidly customize the look and feel of your site. The final chapter explores site management techniques, including adding remote servers, overseeing multiple sites, and validating pages.
(music playing Hi, I'm James Williamson, lynda.com senior author, and I wan to to welcome you to Dreamweaver Creative Cloud Essential Training. In this course, we're going to be focusing on introducing you to the tools and workflows in Dreamweaver that help you build standards compliant websites. We'll start by becoming comfortable in the Dreamweaver environment, and exploring how to properly manage your sites. From there, we'll look at creating new pages, structuring content properly, and making sure code is generated in a clean and accessible manner.
We'll also cover Dreamweaver's powerful CSS tools, how you can use other programs like Word and Photoshop to speed up your workflows. And how to perform common tasks, such as integrating images into your site, and properly creating and styling tables. There's a reason that Dreamweaver has enjoyed such a long and sustained position as the premier website creation and editing tool. It's an incredibly powerful program and I'm really looking forward to showing you much of what it can do. Let's get started.
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