Adobe Dreamweaver CC *
Intermediate/Advanced

Course Overview

This course is a continuation of the Dreamweaver CC Introduction course. It is an intensive, hands-on guided tour of producing a CSS based layout and website. You will explore in-depth techniques while working with external CSS pages such as designing a table-less layout, including creation of rollovers entirely in CSS. You will also learn how to create custom code snippets that will save you time by reusing the code, add interactive behaviors via JavaScript and start working with jQuery widgets! In addition, this course will cover some very useful techniques as well as explore some of the new features in Dreamweaver CC that will speed up your workflow.

*Note: DPA Communications offers Adobe Acrobat, InDesign, InCopy, Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, After Effects, Dreamweaver, Flash and courses on version CC (Creative Cloud).

If you are currently using CS6 or older, see the previous version of this course outline for any differences in training course content. Please contact DPA for more details or to have an instructor contact you.

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Course InformationRelated Training

Duration: Two-Day Course
Platform: Windows and Macintosh
Fee: Call for information 

We recommend one to eight people for this course.

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Application Overview: Adobe Dreamweaver CC

Adobe Dreamweaver is a robust web design tool, boasting an unparalleled combination of easy to use commands and powerful features. What makes Adobe Dreamweaver so unique is that it makes it easy for anyone to start building web sites, and yet it contains features indispensable to the productivity of veteran professionals.

What makes Adobe Dreamweaver so easy to learn is that it's interface is very similar to a word processor's. It takes the headache out of hand coding web pages by giving web designers a visual environment to work in, while the HTML code (and other coding) is written for them in the background. This allows new and experienced designers to work very fast and build much more elaborate sites.

But what makes Adobe Dreamweaver an industry standard tool is that it was one of the earliest web design programs to give developers both visual interface, and code-based environment to work in - and it allows designers to switch back and forth between the two environments.
As a result Dreamweaver not only accommodates new users and pros, but more importantly, it helps turn new users into pros.

Users: Creative, Design, Web Development, IT and Admin Professionals as well as anyone who needs to create, edit and maintain corporate or personal websites, design and implement Intranets, Web-based presentations and HTML email communications such as newsletters and email promotions.