Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 from Total Training
This series is hosted by Janine Warner, best-selling author of Dreamweaver For Dummies, which has sold more than 200,000 copies and is in its sixth edition. During the over 10-hour video series produced in HD, Janine shares her extensive knowledge of the industry-leading web design tool.
The series helps you learn how to efficiently layout, develop, and maintain standards-based websites. Tutorials are also peppered with tips and tricks that can only be learned from an avid user of the software.
- Get up to speed quickly with an in-depth overview of this award-winning web development tool.
- Understand the numerous capabilities of working in this flexible software that is both a design tool and code editor.
- Learn how to quickly incorporate video and other multimedia into your web site and make more efficient updates.
- Experience Level: Beginner Through Advanced
- Running Time:10 Hours 44 min
- Project Files: Included
- Media: 2 DVD-ROMs
1. Introducing the Interface (24 min)
2. Creating Your First Website (20 min)
3. Adding Images & Links (23 min)
4. Creating Sites Using Templates (15 min)
5. Designing with Tables (32 min)
6. Creating Online Forms (19 min)
7. Saving Time with Libraries, Assets, & More (20 min)
8. Creating Websites with Frames (25 min)
9. Dreamweaver Tips & Tricks (64 min)
1. Rollovers & Other Image Tricks (22 min)
2. Saving Time with Templates (37 min)
3. Designing with Cascading Style Sheets (38 min)
4. Creating Precise Designs Using Layers (43 min)
5. Using Behaviors to Add Interactivity (26 min)
6. Adding Audio, Video, & Flash™ to a Page (54 min)
7. Testing Your Website (30 min)
8. Publishing & Managing Your Website (31 min)
9. Working in the Code (33 min)
10. Building a Dynamic Website: Getting Started 25 min)
11. Building a Dynamic Website: Setting Up Pages (24 min)
12. Troubleshooting Your Website (34 min)
The training DVDs and CD-ROMs are cross-platform compatible, meaning they will play on any Windows or Macintosh computer.
QuickTime application is required to watch all CD training.
All DVD's played on a PC computer need Power DVD or WinDVD application.
NOTE on DVD-ROMs:
DVD-ROMs are only viewable on a computer. A DVD-ROM is physically the same type of disc as a video DVD, but does not contain broadcast video and is not viewable on a standard DVD/TV setup. Instead, these DVD-ROMs contain a computer program which runs on Macintosh or Windows systems, enabling you to watch the lessons and actively participate within each lesson. You must run this program to view the training. A set-top DVD player used with a TV cannot run a computer program, and so these DVD-ROMs won't work in a video DVD player.