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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.
Also included with your exercise files are some additional bonus sites that you can go ahead and use, sort of pick apart, sort of see how they were put together. But for the most part, there are three, definitely different looking sites, all based on the same content. So you can see just one is a little more feminine than the others you're going to see, but again, it's the same content just repurposed, mostly through a style sheet. The second one is definitely more Goth looking and darker, but you can tell it's the same content, just repurposed differently.
The last one is just a real clean look and not only is there different content, but it works slightly differently as well. It's all the idea of sort of taking this content and applying these different styles and graphics. It gives you a totally different look. I hope you find these sites helpful and feel free to use them at your leisure.
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