Adobe Dreamweaver Tutorial
TRAINER: Daniel Walter Scott
VERSION: Dreamweaver CC 2014
This Dreamweaver tutorial was created to help delegates unable to attend our physical web design courses that we teach in either New Zealand or Australia.
The tutorials help showcase how amazing our courses are and why there is no better training than that at Bring Your Own Laptop!
Dreamweaver (and web design in general) is such a hard program to teach yourself. We know, because as Dreamweaver trainers we have all taught ourselves. We wish we had a resource like this when we were learning.
Hand coding a website from scratch is now a thing of the past. Web designers use tools like Dreamweaver to a lot of the heavy lifting. We imagine this is your first website build and we're glad we're here to help make this process a little less troublesome.
Who should use this.
Anyone that is brand new to Dreamweaver and anyone brand new to web design in general. If you're reasonably experienced in web design you might find this course a little slow going.
What do you need?
- You'll need a laptop (Mac or PC)
- Dreamweaver CC installed. Dreamweaver can be downloaded from the Adobe website here.
Can I use this tutorial with Adobe Dreamweaver CS4, CS5 or CS6.
No. Unfortunately there were some fundamental changes in the Dreamweaver CC update that makes CC and previous versions very different.
Remember you can download Dreamweaver CC free for 30 days. Don't worry - after your free trial has expired your files will still be updatable using any other web design program.
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