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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.
Before I dive into the content of this course, there's a few things you should know and some things that I'm going to assume that you know as I get into this content. Now I'm going to assume you know what a JPEG is, what some of the images are that can be posted on the web. Maybe you're familiar with Twitter, that's great! Since this Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 is an Adobe program, it will be great if you're familiar with some of the other Adobe programs. I'm going to the using Photoshop as well, and as I'm mentioning Photoshop, to be honest, this is perfect for any designer that uses Photoshop or any of those Adobe tools because this is all about creative expression, being able to create what you want--in this case a website-- and really showing it to the world.
So I'm going to assume that knowledge, basic understanding of the Internet, graphics, and a limited understanding of Adobe Tools.
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