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Introduction to Adobe Dreamweaver CS6: Complete Coverage of the Adobe Certified Associate Exam: Web Communication Using Adobe Dreamweaver Cs6

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9781118394069

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Pub. Date:
11/27/2012
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John Wiley & Sons Inc
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Dreamweaver is the industry standard software for professional website design. Introduction to Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 with ACA Certification, written by expert instructors, provides a complete introduction to Adobe Dreamweaver and provides all the classroom tools needed to teach a complete certification program. Using this textbook, students master the foundational skills needed when working with style sheets, dynamic HTML, multimedia, databases, project management and much more. This text includes essential skills required for designing, developing, and maintaining websites as well as project management. Students gain valuable skills that further their careers in website development by learning to design and maintain fully functioning sites using the newest version of Dreamweaver. This curriculum, created by a team of Adobe experts who have developed training programs for Adobe Systems, offers your students the opportunity to confidently prove their skills mastery and gain this job-focused certification to give them the needed edge on their career path. Adobe Certified Associate exam vouchers are available for bundling for an additional fee.

Table of Contents

Starting Up

About Dreamweaver Digital Classroom

Prerequisites

System requirements

Starting Adobe Dreamweaver

Resetting the Dreamweaver workspace

Loading lesson files

Working with the video tutorials

Setting up for viewing the video tutorials

Viewing the video tutorials with
the Adobe Flash Player

Hosting your websites

Additional resources

Lesson 1: Dreamweaver CS6 Jumpstart

Starting up

What is Dreamweaver?

Design and layout tools

Site management and File Transfer Protocol

Coding environment and text editor

Mobile design and development features

Who uses Dreamweaver?

Dreamweaver’s workspace features

Live View and Live Code

CSS Inspection and the Enable/Disable Feature

Related files

Code Navigator

Photoshop smart objects

Support for Content Management Systems

HTML5, CSS3, and PHP code hinting

HTML and CSS Starter Pages

Subversion

Business Catalyst integration

How websites work

A simple flow chart

Domain names and IP addresses

Servers and web hosts

The role of web browsers

An introduction to HTML

Tag structure and attributes

The structure of an HTML document

Placing images in HTML

Colors in HTML

Case sensitivity and whitespace rules

Element hierarchy

XHTML 1.0 Transitional

What’s the difference?

Explorations in code

A look at the Welcome Screen

Creating, opening, and saving documents

Creating new documents

Self study

Review

Lesson 2: Setting Up a New Site

Starting up

Creating a new site

Advanced site-creation options

Adding pages

Saving a page to your site

Defining page properties

Work views

A deeper look into the Files panel

Viewing local files

Selecting and editing files

Self study

Review

Lesson 3: Adding Text and Images

Starting up

Typography and images on the Web

Adding text

An introduction to styles

Previewing pages in a web browser

Understanding hyperlinks

Creating hyperlinks

Relative versus absolute hyperlinks

Linking to an e-mail address

Creating lists

Using the Text Insert panel

Inserting images

Image resolution

Image formats

Creating a simple gallery page

Linking images

Using image placeholders

Editing images

Adjusting brightness and contrast

Optimizing images

Updating images

Self study

Review

Lesson 4: Styling Your Pages with CSS

Starting up

What are Cascading Style Sheets?

CSS replaces inefficient HTML styling

The benefits of CSS styling

How do you create CSS rules in Dreamweaver?

Understanding Style Sheets

Understanding why they’re called Cascading

Creating and modifying styles

Creating a class style with the Property Inspector

Creating and modifying styles in
the CSS Styles panel

Advanced text formatting with CSS

Fine-tuning page appearance with contextual and pseudo-class selectors

Div tags and CSS IDs

Internal versus external style sheets

Attaching an external style sheet to your page

Modifying attached style sheets

Creating a new .css file (external style sheet)

Self study

Review

Lesson 5: Creating Page Layouts with CSS

Starting up

The CSS Box model

The basics of CSS margins, padding, and borders

Reviewing the <div> element

Reviewing the ID selector

Creating a centered container for your page

Making layouts cross-browser compatible

Absolute versus relative positioning

Positioning content with AP Divs

Creating a header section with the Draw AP Div

Adding an introduction section to your page

Adding images to your layout

Photoshop integration

Adding Main and Sidebar content areas

Adding additional content and styles

Setting margins and borders

Overriding default margins in CSS

Adding borders to elements

Future proofing your layout

The pros and cons of Absolutely Positioned
CSS layouts

Self study

Review

Lesson 6: Advanced Page Layout

Starting up

Layout with AP divs versus layout with floats

Creating a floated image

Creating columns with HTML and CSS

Creating the HTML Structure with div elements

Setting the width and floating the columns

Using the clear property

Creating a list-based navigation bar

Changing column layout and size

Creating the appearance of equal height columns

Browser compatibility

Adding code for IE 6

Applying finishing touches

Creating more sophisticated layouts

Dreamweaver Fluid Grid Layout

Self study

Review

Lesson 7: CSS3 Transitions and Web Fonts

Starting up

Understanding the role of CSS3

Adding a CSS Transition

Modifying a CSS Transition

Adding CSS Transitions to a navigation menu

The basics of web fonts

Adding web fonts to your site

Styling your heading with a web font

Self study

Review

Lesson 8: Working with Tables

Starting up

Using tables in web design

Importing table data

Selecting table elements

Modifying table size

Modifying table structure

Creating a table

Formatting and styling tables in HTML

Formatting and styling tables with CSS

Advanced CSS styling of tables

Controlling cell alignment, padding,
and borders with CSS

Creating alternate row styling with CSS

Reusing CSS for other tables

Data sorting tables

Self study

Review

Lesson 9: Fine-Tuning Your Workflow

Starting up

Customizing panels and panel groups

Using the Favorites tab on the Insert bar

Resizing the document window

Changing the Zoom level

Using guides

Using grids

The tag selector

Tiling documents

Self study

Review

Lesson 10: Adding Flash, Video, and Sound Content

Starting up

Making web content interesting

Inserting Flash movies

Adding video

Flash Video

QuickTime video and Windows Media

Inserting sound

Self study

Review

Lesson 11: Maximizing Site Design

Starting up

Creating modular page elements

Introducing snippets

The Snippets panel

Creating new snippets

Introducing library items

Modifying and updating library items

Introducing templates

Creating a new template

Working with editable regions

Creating new pages from templates

Modifying templates

Repeating regions

Putting repeating regions into action

Detach from Template command

Self study

Review

Lesson 12: Working with Code-editing Features

Starting up

Working with code

Accessing code with the Quick Tag editor

Inserting tags with the Tag Chooser

Inserting and editing comments

Using HTML5 Code-hinting

Working in the Code view

Modifying the Code view workspace

The Coding toolbar

Collapsing and expanding tags and code blocks

Validating your code

Highlighting and correcting invalid code

Running a Report

Formatting code

Indenting

Self study

Review

Lesson 13: Building Web Forms

Starting up

The basics of HTML forms

How forms work

Building a contact form

Inserting the <form> tag

Setting form properties

Adding form elements

Adding text fields

Adding checkboxes

Adding radio buttons

Adding radio groups

Adding lists and menus

Adding a text area

Adding a File Upload field

Creating Submit and Reset buttons

Styling forms with CSS

Attaching external styles

Setting a background color

Styling form elements

Form processing and validation

Adding form validation

A look at the Behaviors panel

Setting an event or trigger

Validating form fields

Changing a form field’s behavior order

Verifying field contents

Self study

Review

Lesson 14: Adding Interactivity with the Spry Framework

Starting up

Introducing the Spry Widgets

The Spry framework for AJAX

What is AJAX?

A look at the project

The Spry Menu bar

Customizing Spry Widgets with CSS

The Spry Tabbed panel

The Spry Accordion panel

The Spry Collapsible panel

Working with Spry Data Widgets

What is XML?

Creating a Spry XML data set

Adding a Spry Data Widget: The Spry Repeat List

Styling and fine-tuning data widgets

Self study

Review

Lesson 15: Mobile Design and Layout

Starting up

The rise of the mobile web

Dreamweaver tools for mobile layout

Mobile website features in Dreamweaver

Viewing your web page with
the Multiscreen feature

Media Queries defined

Creating a site-wide media query file

Organizing your style sheets

Creating a layout optimized for mobile

Creating styles for navigation and
a single-column layout

The basics of Fluid Grid Layout

Creating your mobile layout

Creating a tablet layout

Creating a three-column fluid layout for the desktop

Styling elements in your fluid grid layout

Self study

Review

Lesson 16: Managing your Website: Reports, Optimization, and Maintenance

Starting up

Working with the Files panel

Creating a remote connection

Viewing files on a remote web server

Transferring files to and from a remote server
with Get and Put

Using Check In/Check Out and Design Notes

Check In and Check Out

Checking files in and out

Using Design Notes

Sharing Design Notes

Displaying Design Notes in the Files panel

Testing site integrity

Using Check Links

Checking links sitewide

Generating site reports

Understanding report results

Addressing a listed item

The Browser Compatibility Check

Optimizing pages for launch

Search engine visibility and
Search Engine Optimization

Titling your documents with the <title> tag

Adding meta keywords and descriptions

Launching your site

Site Launch Checklist

Uploading your site

Getting help and using the reference guides

The Reference panel

Suggested next steps

Website design resources

Self study

Review

Lesson 17: Dreamweaver CS6 New Features

What’s new in Dreamweaver CS6?

Fluid Grid Layout

CSS transitions

Web fonts

jQuery Mobile Swatches

PhoneGap Build Service

New Features in Dreamweaver CS5.5

CSS3 and HTML5 authoring support

jQuery Mobile integration

Support for building native mobile apps
for iOS and Android with PhoneGap

W3C Validation



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