Web Design - Dreamweaver

Kensington College London
In London

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Important information

Typology Course
Location London
Class hours 10h
  • Course
  • London
  • 10h

Where and when
Starts Location
On request
23 Bloomsbury Square, WC1A 2PJ, London, England
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Starts On request
23 Bloomsbury Square, WC1A 2PJ, London, England
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Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

Windows and some Internet familiarity

Course programme

This Beginners / Intermediate course covers an overall knowledge of Dreamweaver MX with regard to Site Design and Publication. We will be using a Case Study begun in Lesson One which we develop through the remaining lessons, to produce a fully functional attractive web site.

The books we recommend to accompany this course are:

Foundation Dreamweaver MX
By Craig Grannell and others
Published by: FriendsofEd

Web Design in easy steps
By Richard Quick
Published by: Computer Step

(A separate Advanced course covers the dynamic connection of web pages to databases and the interaction with data contents such as would be required on an E-Commerce web site. You must have a sound knowledge of Dreamweaver MX before joining this course.)

Session 1

Dreamweaver settings,

The Case Study, the importance of Brainstorming, Visual Inspiration, Design, Structure, Content, Final Designs.

Organizing Site Assets, Site Panel, Dreamweaver Interface.

Session 2

Splash Pages, GIFs and JPEGs, Finishing Design touches, Adding functionality to our Splash Page.

Layout types, plain text, frames, layers, tables, Cascading Style Sheets. The Case Study, Page defaults, planning the layout.

Session 3

Cascading Style Sheets re-visited, checking our visual, the main table, the navigation, the grey bars. Designing forms and using form objects, Importing Flash, Fireworks and Quicktime files.

Session 4

Code preferences, colouring, formatting, hints, re-writing and internal preferences. Adding tags and the tag editor. Case Study, contact page, Dogs in Cars, Further Validation, Loose Ends. Publication Issues, interfacing with Search Engines.

Each session lasts 2.5 hours.

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