Adobe Dreamweaver is an application used by Web designers and developers to create websites and applications for use across multiple targets, including browsers, devices, and tablets. Web designers use Dreamweaver for creating website prototypes using Web-friendly artwork, visually tweaking semantic Web elements using CSS Inspectors and Tools, creating standards-based websites and applications that easily flow across multiple screens. Web developers use Dreamweaver for writing clean organized code using the powerful IDE, creating flexible mobile applications that can be deployed both online and across devices, easily working with complex content management systems like WordPress and Drupal, and developing and deploying native mobile applications using Web standards-based frameworks and services.
Dreamweaver allows designers and developers to create websites and mobile applications, like the ones you see here. In short, Dreamweaver gives designers and developers the ability to create and manage websites and mobile applications in a user-friendly environment.
- 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
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