Join James Williamson for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Spry widgets , part of Dreamweaver CS6 Essential Training.
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SpryWidgets are advanced user interface controls that allow you to present your…content in compelling ways.…The widgets are constructed of clean HTML and styled through fully customizable CSS.…The widgets available in Dreamweaver through the Insert Panel are the Spry…Menu Bar, Spry Tabbed Panels, the Spry Accordion Widgets, Spry Collapsible…Panel and the Spry Tooltip.…For a Graphic Design Overview Page we're going to use the Tabbed Panels Widget.…Of Course, before we place this item on the page, I want to start controlling…how my Site Manages the Spry Assets that I am going to placing on the page.…
- 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
Photoshop CS6 for Web Design (2012)with Justin Seeley4h 56m Appropriate for all
Dreamweaver CS6 New Featureswith James Williamson1h 22m Intermediate
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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