- Defining a layout grid
- Inserting and modifying a navigation bar
- Adding a container for the page content
- Inserting a responsive image
- Resizing and duplicating columns
- Inserting fixed-size images
- Inserting cards
- Editing a carousel
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Presenter] Building responsive web pages that work well on phones, tablets, and desktops is time-consuming. You want to concentrate on the design, not the intricate, technical details. That's where Dreamweaver CC and Bootstrap Four make the perfect partnership. Dreamweaver's builtin browser lets you build pages in a visual environment, checking what your design looks like at different screen widths as you go. In this course, you'll see how to define a custom grid, visually resize and align columns, and insert and edit Bootstrap components, such as nav bars, cards, and carousels.
Dreamweaver's visual approach speeds up development, taking care of all the necessary HTML, CSS, and Java Script, allowing you to concentrate on the design and content. I hope you'll join me, David Powers, as we dive into Dreamweaver CC, and responsive design, with Bootstrap Four.
Design the Web: Responsive SVG Imageswith Chris Converse22m 46s Beginner
Bootstrap 4 Essential Trainingwith Ray Villalobos6h 42m Beginner
Bootstrap 4 Layouts: Responsive Single-Page Designwith Ray Villalobos3h 13m Intermediate
Designing Websites from Photoshop to Dreamweaverwith Sue Jenkins2h 27m Intermediate
What you should know1m 46s
1. Get Started
2. Create the Site Navigation
3. Add a Hero Image
4. Work with Rows and Columns
5. Edit Bootstrap Components
6. Complete the Design
Next steps1m 55s
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