Join Paul Trani for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Creating a First Website in Dreamweaver CC 2015.
- Thank you so much for watching Creating a First Website…in Dreamweaver CC, the 2015 release.…Not only have you learned how to create a website using…Dreamweaver, but I kind of tricked you because you have…actually learned how to code using HTML and CSS,…which is the foundation of the web,…so congratulate yourself there, and not only that,…you actually have a fully functioning responsive website…created as well to do as you please.…So congratulations, and not only that,…use the contact form on Paul's Design Shop…because it will actually send me an email.…
I'd love to see what you have created,…and don't forget to please follow me on Twitter.…Thanks so much.…
Over the course of the training, you'll learn about building basic webpages; adding text, links, images, and navigation; and making your layout "flexible" on mobile devices. Each step provides another lesson on HTML and CSS, the building blocks of the web. Along the way, Paul shows how to add bonus features, such as animation from Edge Animate, a Twitter feed, and an interactive contact form.
- Planning a website
- Creating your first webpage
- Adding HTML5 content
- Styling content and the layout with CSS
- Adding images
- Creating navigation
- Building alternate layouts for tablets and mobile devices
- Adding animation and video
- Creating a contact form
- Uploading and testing the website
Skill Level Beginner
1. Understanding Website Design
2. Creating a Webpage
3. Stylizing Content
4. Adding Navigation and Pages
5. Creating a Flexible Layout
6. Adding Media
7. Creating a Contact Form
8. Testing and Uploading
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