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In this course, author Joseph Lowery shows how to combine the utility of WordPress and the power of Adobe Dreamweaver to transition existing websites to the WordPress platform. The course demonstrates how to create new blog posts and pages, customize WordPress themes, and extend WordPress editable pages from within Dreamweaver. It also covers how to add Spry elements, add and customize plugins, and enhance WordPress-stored content with Dreamweaver's dynamic pages. Plus, a chapter on responsive design shows how you can adapt your layouts for tablets and mobile devices.
The web is constantly evolving and WordPress and Dreamweaver are no different. Before we get started, I wanted to take a moment to explain how updates to these programs are handled in terms of this course. WordPress issues minor updates on a regular basis, not too long ago they published a major release 3.4, which was followed up with a couple of minor version updates, 3.4.1 and 3.4.2. These so-called dot releases are mostly bug fixes and security refinements.
The course materials should be fine with all of these program updates. However, if the course is affected by any release, we will first put out an FAQ that details the issues and any workarounds. If the issue is significant enough, I'll update the videos. Changes also come to Dreamweaver, it's less likely that Dreamweaver will issue major updates on a regular basis like WordPress does, although, with the addition of the creative cloud, that remains to be seen. However, if they do release any significant enhancements, I'll cover those first through the FAQ, and then if need be, update the videos.
Bottom line, don't worry, we've got you covered no matter how WordPress and Dreamweaver are updated.
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