Before we get started building pages, we should take a closer look at the…Dreamweaver interface.…Being comfortable with the interface, and knowing where things are located …will make it easier to concentrate on the concepts and workflows being presented,…rather than trying to find a specific toolbar or icon.…Now first, I want to take a look at the Welcome Screen.…When you open up Dreamweaver, the Welcome Screen is the first thing you see.…Showing up right here in the middle of screen, where you would normally see an open file.…You can think that the Welcome Screen as Dreamweaver's homepage, as it gives you…quick access to a lot of common tasks in Dreamweaver.…
Now if you open a file up, and I'll do that really quickly by just creating a…new one here, the Welcome Screen is going to go away.…But the moment you close a file, it'll come right back.…All right, so let's take a closer look at the Welcome Screen and some of the…things that it can do for you.…The first thing I want to show you is in the upper left-hand corner of…
- 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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