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Research and Markets: Introduction to Dreamweaver CS5 Training - Hands-on Essential Training for Beginners

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/m8h39w/introduction_to) has announced the addition of the "Introduction to Dreamweaver CS5 Training" training to their offering.

This Dreamweaver CS5 training class is for people new to Dreamweaver. You will learn to create HTML- and CSS-based websites without writing any code. Although HTML and CSS are not prerequisites for the class, if you have some experience with them, you will have a better appreciation of the power of Dreamweaver CS5.

This class is hands-on and interactive, with exercises, presentations and readings to ensure students stay engaged and learn the material presented.

Approximately 18 hours of training.

This course is valid for One Year after purchase.

For information about Technical Requirements, please contact us

Key Topics Covered:

A Quick Overview of Web Development

- Client-side Programming

-- HTML

-- Cascading Style Sheets

-- JavaScript

-- Dynamic HTML

-- Ajax

-- Adobe Flash

- Server-side Programming

-- Perl

-- ColdFusion

-- Active Server Pages

-- Java EE

-- ASP.NET

-- PHP

-- Ruby on Rails

Getting Started with Dreamweaver

- The Role of Dreamweaver

- Welcome Screen

- Dreamweaver Workspaces

- Creating HTML Pages

- Code View vs. Design View

- The Dreamweaver Interface

-- Panels

-- Insert Panel

-- Properties Inspector

-- CSS Styles Panel

-- Files Panel

- Previewing your Page in the Browser

-- Preview in Browser

-- Live View

- Setting up a Web Site

- Edit Preferences

Creating HTML Pages

- Understanding HTML Doctypes

- Adding a Title to Your Page

- Paragraphs, Headings and Blockquotes

-- Paragraphs

-- Headings

-- Blockquotes

- Breaks and Horizontal Rules

- Special Characters

Links

- Adding Links

- Absolute vs. Relative Paths

-- Absolute Paths

-- Relative Paths

-- Default Pages

- Targeting New Windows

- Email Links

- Anchors

- Quick Tricks for Adding Links in Dreamweaver

-- Point to File

-- Browse for File

-- Drag File from Files Panel

Images

- Inserting Images

-- Accessibility Attributes

-- Image Properties

- Image Links

- Rollover Images

- Image Maps

- Inserting Photoshop .psd documents directly - Photoshop Smart Objects

Lists

- Ordered and Unordered Lists

-- Nesting Lists

-- Converting Lists

- Definition Lists

- Converting Existing Content to Lists

Tables

- Adding a Table to your Page

- Sorting Tables

- Modifying Tables

-- Inserting Rows

-- Inserting Columns

-- Inserting Multiple Rows or Columns at One Time

-- Merging Cells

-- Splitting Cells

- Importing Data into Tables

- Dreamweaver and Styling Tables

Styling Content

- CSS Rules

- Selectors

-- Type Selectors

-- Descendant Selectors

-- Class Selectors

-- ID Selectors

-- ID vs. Class

- Modifying the Rule

-- Making Sure the CSS File Saves

- CSS Properties

-- Type

-- Background

-- Block

-- Box

-- Border

-- List

- The Cascade

-- Embedded Style Sheets

-- Inline Styles

- Units of Measurement

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/m8h39w/introduction_to

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