In the past few exercises we've added to and refined the structure of our table.…Now we need to begin the process of styling the basic elements within the table itself.…As you're creating your tables, it's a really good idea to pay close…attention to it's overall structure so that you can use that structure to…write more efficient styles.…So I have the graphic-design. htm file open from 09_04 folder.…And frankly, we are just sort of picking right back up where we left off.…If I scroll down to my table, I can see that not really lots change there…we have the caption inside of that and indeed if we go to Code view, and…scroll down to the table, you can see that it is exactly the way that we…left it before, perfect.…
So now we are ready to go ahead and start styling this.…Now most of the time when you style things inside Dreamweaver you can take…advantage of the Properties Inspector or the CSS Styles panel to help you write…your styles in a visual manner.…There are going to be sometimes however, where the visual styling aids simply…
- Choosing and customizing a workspace
- Defining a new site
- Uploading files to your site
- Creating new documents and web pages
- Formatting source code
- Working with CSS
- Placing images and background graphics
- Creating links
- Styling a basic table
- Creating a web form with buttons, check boxes, and list menus
- Adding Spry effects
Skill Level Beginner
What is Dreamweaver?1m 4s
1. The Dreamweaver Interface
2. Site Control
3. Creating New Documents
4. Adding and Structuring Text
5. Coding in Dreamweaver
6. Managing CSS
7. Working with Images
8. Creating Links
9. Working with Tables
10. Working with Forms
11. Adding Interactivity
Additional resources1m 2s
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