Adobe Graphics & Web Technology Courses

Web Management 1: Designing, Developing and Managing a Website
Three Days - Instructor-led

After much deliberation, you have come to the conclusion that you need to develop or redesign your website. The latest web development program has been purchased and loaded onto your machine. Soon you find yourself staring at your computer screen. Your fingers hover above the keyboard – ready to create a website that will wow anyone looking for information. But seconds turn into minutes. And your lofty ideals quickly fragment into pieces until you are left with one thought: “Now what?”

If you have found yourself in this circumstance, our three-day Web Development course is exactly what you need. Going beyond web program training, this class is designed to take you from the conceptual stage, through the project development stage, and into the successful launch of a website.  

Audience

This course is designed for anyone who is looking to design, develop and manage a website.

Course Outline

Lesson 1: Getting Started with Dreamweaver

  • Examine the Basic Concepts of Web Designing
  • Explore the Dreamweaver Interface
  • Learning some HTML/XHTML Code

Lesson 2: Building a Website

  • Define a Website
  • Create a Document

Lesson 3: Working with Web Pages

  • An Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets
  • Format a Web Page
  • Insert Images
  • Insert Tables
  • Import Data from Other Applications

Lesson 4: Working with Reusable Site Assets

  • Create and Use Library Items
  • Update Library Items
  • Create a Template

Lesson 5: Working with Links

  • Create Hyperlinks
  • Create Anchors
  • Create Email Links
  • Create Image Maps
  • Create Image Link Rollovers

Lesson 6: Formatting with Advanced CSS Techniques

  • Use External Style Sheets
  • Create a Layout Using CSS
  • Apply Rollover Effects Using CSS

Lesson 7: Creating a Form

  • Set Up a Form
  • Add Form Elements
  • Validate a Form

Lesson 8: Integrating External Files with Dreamweaver

  • Integrate Photoshop Images in Dreamweaver
  • Insert Media Objects