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Adobe® Dreamweaver® for Beginners

Janine Warner

Adobe® Dreamweaver® for Beginners

Janine Warner

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Class Description


Adobe® Dreamweaver® for Beginners is part of our special week-long event Adobe Creative Apps for Beginners.

There's a reason Adobe® Dreamweaver®is the most popular and user-friendly program for creating custom websites throughout the world. Millions of people have used it to create the face of their business online. However, creating amazing web pages always involves some basic HTML and CSS knowledge — even when using this one-of-a-kind program. This course, taught by "techy Translator" Janine Warner, will teach you all the basics you need to know to start building beautiful websites tomorrow.

Using a step-by-step approach, Janine will shepherd you through creating simple navigation menus, implementing web graphics, and take you all the way into publishing your website.

Adobe® Dreamweaver® web design software provides an intuitive visual interface for making and editing HTML websites and mobile apps. This is the perfect crash course for anyone looking to build strong, beautiful and effective web pages.


Software Used: Adobe Dreamweaver CC 13.0

Reviews

Michael
 

Great class! Wanted to update my knowledge with CS6 version. Wanted to know whether the PowerPoint presentation file promised would for those like me who purchased the course, could get the resources to move forward with Web Design.

a Creativelive Student
 

I would rather hear more positive comments from observers, as each persons background is different what they take away is also relative. For myself, it is good to hear the basics from someone in the bizz, who has prioritized their knowledge for the beginner learner, she explains it is for the beginner...dah!