As a prospective Web developer, you'll need to create both individual pages and to fit those files into an entire site structure. In this course, you'll learn to take full advantage of Dreamweaver's efficient interface for developing a static site with text, images, media, navigation elements, and forms. By applying its site management tools, you'll ensure that the site you create works as you intended for the widest possible audience.
You will use Dreamweaver's graphical page-building interface to efficiently develop and manage static Web sites that feature text, graphics, multimedia, navigation, and form elements. Target Student: The target student is the professional who wants to use Dreamweaver to design and develop Web pages with a WYSIWYG application, but who also needs a basic understanding of the architecture and coding of Web pages. Students are those in small companies or departments within large companies who use Web technologies for electronic communication through the use of new technologies. Some examples of target customers are advertising agencies, marketing agencies, and groups involved in intranet and extranet production.
Instructor led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: create a Web site structure on your local machine.