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Adobe Dreamweaver CC Classroom in a Book (2017 release)

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This is the Rough Cut version of the printed book.

Creative professionals seeking the fastest, easiest, most comprehensive way to learn Adobe Dreamweaver CC (2017 release) choose Adobe Dreamweaver CC Classroom in a Book (2017 release) from the best-selling series of hands-on software training workbooks from Adobe Press. The 13 project-based lessons in this book show users step by step the key techniques for working in Dreamweaver. Learn how to create webpages for the modern web; use and customize web frameworks to build responsive designs for a wide variety of desktop computers and mobile devices with a minimum of hand coding; incorporate graphics, and text; add links to text and images; add interactive elements to your sites, such as HTML5-compatible interactivity; work with the latest HTML5 and CSS3 code and structures; and publish a finished site to the web. A 14th lesson in this book provides valuable hands-on experience with Dreamweaver’s new and improved tools for coders and developers that can vastly increase your productivity. In addition, three bonus online lessons give you more information on the basics of CSS and HTML and show you how to add HTML5 animation and video to your websites.

The online companion files include all the necessary assets for readers to complete the projects featured in each chapter. All buyers of the book get full access to the Web Edition: a Web-based version of the complete ebook enhanced with video and interactive multiple-choice quizzes.

Table of Contents

  1. Contents
  2. Getting Started [This content is currently in development.]
  3. 1. Customizing Your Workspace [This content is currently in development.]
  4. 2. Html Basics
    1. What is HTML?
    2. Where did HTML begin?
    3. Frequently used HTML elements
    4. What’s new in HTML5
    5. Review questions
    6. Review answers
  5. 3. CSS Basics
    1. What is CSS?
    2. HTML vs. CSS formatting
    3. HTML defaults
    4. CSS box model
    5. Applying CSS styling
    6. CSS rule syntax: write or wrong
    7. Calculating specificity
    8. Multiples, classes, and ids, oh my!
    9. Review questions
    10. Review answers
  6. 4. Web Design Basics
    1. Developing a new website
    2. Scenario
    3. Working with thumbnails and wireframes
    4. Review questions
    5. Review answers
  7. 5. Creating a Page Layout
    1. Evaluating page design options
    2. Working with predefined layouts
    3. VMQ enables you to see the differences
    4. Review questions
    5. Review answers
  8. 6.Working With A Web Framework
    1. Creating a navigation menu
    2. Creating header content
    3. Building semantic content
    4. Managing Bootstrap component width
    5. Inserting HTML entities
    6. Creating global type styles
    7. Review questions
    8. Review answers
  9. 7. Designing for Mobile Devices
    1. Responsive design
    2. Adapting the site to different screen sizes
    3. Mobile-ready vs. mobile-optimized
    4. Working with media queries
    5. Testing, testing
    6. More information on media queries
    7. Review questions
    8. Review answers
  10. 8. Working with Templates
    1. Creating a template from an existing layout
    2. Inserting editable regions
    3. Inserting metadata
    4. Producing child pages
    5. Review questions
    6. Review answers
  11. 9. Working With Text, Lists, And Tables
    1. Previewing the completed file
    2. Creating and styling text
    3. Creating lists
    4. Creating and styling tables
    5. Spell-checking web pages
    6. Finding and replacing text
    7. Optional self-paced exercise
    8. Review questions
    9. Review answers
  12. 10. Working With Images
    1. Web image basics
    2. Previewing the completed file
    3. Inserting an image
    4. Adjusting image positions with CSS classes
    5. Working with the Insert panel
    6. Using the Insert menu
    7. Inserting nonweb file types
    8. Working with Photoshop Smart Objects (optional)
    9. Copying and pasting images from Photoshop (optional)
    10. Inserting images by drag and drop
    11. Optimizing images with the Property inspector
    12. Review questions
    13. Review answers
  13. 11. Working with Navigation [This content is currently in development.]
  14. 12. Adding Interactivity [This content is currently in development.]
  15. 13. Working With Web Animation And Video
    1. Understanding web animation and video
    2. Previewing the completed file
    3. Adding web animation to a page
    4. Adding web video to a page
    5. Don’t host your own videos
    6. Review questions
    7. Review answers
  16. 14. Publishing to the Web [This content is currently in development.]