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Learn about all the new features and enhancements added to Dreamweaver CC 2015—as soon as they are released.
Learn how to use Dreamweaver's Fluid Grid Layout framework and media queries to create a responsive website design.
Learn how to use Dreamweaver CC to create your very first website—a responsive HTML5 website that looks great on any computer or mobile device, and is complete with rich imagery and navigation, video content, and even a contact form.
Keep up to date with all the 2014 changes to Dreamweaver CC.
Explore how to integrate WordPress into a Dreamweaver site to make for efficient editing of your code.
Find out how to build standards-compliant websites from the ground up with Dreamweaver CC.
Learn what Dreamweaver CC has to offer you, including the new, intuitive CSS Designer pane, a new streamlined interface, updated HTML5 and jQuery integration, and more.
Build a dynamic sliding tabbed panel from scratch using a combination of HTML, CSS, jQuery, and the tools in Dreamweaver.
Add dynamic data to a PHP-enabled web site in Dreamweaver CS5 and CS6.
Use Dreamweaver's features to create role-based logins, restrict page access, build an administrator area, and test everything to make sure it works.
Create forms to gather information from users and validate that information using various methods of form validation.
Shows how to develop an interactive photo gallery for a web site using HTML, CSS, and jQuery.
Demonstrates the installation of Apache, MySQL, and PHP for Mac OS X and Windows.
Demonstrates how to use Dreamweaver CS3 to create professional, data-driven, interactive web sites.
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