Adobe Dreamweaver Level 1 Course Outline

  • Course Description/Length/Prerequisites

You may want to make information available on the Internet. To achieve this, you need to create a website. In this course, you will design, build, and upload a website using Dreamweaver.

  • Learning Objectives/Outcomes

Upon completion of this hands-on course, students will be able to:

  • Prepare to use the Dreamweaver environment.
  • Create a website.
  • Add design elements to web pages.
  • Work with links.
  • Work with frames.
  • Upload a website.
  • Course Details

Getting Started

Internet Basics

The Dreamweaver Workspace

Basic Editing

Code Tools

Websites and Pages

Creating a Website

Creating Pages

Using Find and Replace

Structure & Style

Structure

Cascading Style Sheets

Tables

Creating Tables

Table Structure and Formatting

Column Widths and Cell

Properties

Links

Creating Links

Image Maps

Link Styles

Image Formats and Attributes
Working with Images

Background Images

Publishing

Site Checks

Adobe Dreamweaver Level 2 Course Outline

  • Course Description/Length/Prerequisites

You have created basic web pages. You may now need to develop professional-looking websites. In this course, you will use the advanced features of Adobe Dreamweaver to design and develop professional-looking websites.

  • Learning Objectives/Outcomes

Upon completion of this hands-on course, students will be able to:

  • Work in Code view using the coding features of Dreamweaver.
  • Format content using style sheets.
  • Create an effective user-navigation interface.
  • Work with AP elements to enhance the layout and positioning of elements on a web page.
  • Automate tasks.
  • Create forms.
  • Author a web page using XML-based data.
  • Course Details

CSS Layout

Overview of Style Sheets

Page Layout

Site Assets

Library Assets

Server-side Includes

Templates

Head Elements

Forms

Building a Form

Tab Order

Validation Input Fields

Rollovers and Behaviors

Rollovers

Behaviors

AP Elements

Creating AP Divs

Working with AP Divs

Multimedia

Adding Multimedia Content

Working with XML

Using XML and XSLT

Working with XML Data

Collaboration and Reports

Collaboration

Site Reports

    1. Number of Trainees: 2-3 person
    2. Training Frequency: 60 hours in total, 3 hours at one time, twice a week, schedule on every Tuesday and Thursday.
    3. Training Duration: Sep 1, 2015 – Nov 5, 2015
    4. Delivery Method: Onsite training (send trainers to participants’ workplace)
    5. Tuition Cost: $150/hr (Total tuition $9,000)