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Seminar Summary:

DreamWeaver 4 Introduction is a hands-on instruction book that will introduce you to the basics of the Macromedia DreamWeaver 4.0 Web development application. (see full course description)


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Training Course Syllabus:

Overview: DreamWeaver 4 Introduction is a hands-on instruction book that will introduce you to the basics of the Macromedia DreamWeaver 4.0 Web development application.

Prerequisites: To ensure your success, you must have a basic understanding of your computer's operating system. For example, you should know how to launch an application, create and save files, and copy files from CDs and other media.

Hardware/Software Requirements: You will need:

  • An Intel Pentium processor or equivalent, 166+ MHz.
  • Windows 95, 98, 2000, ME, or NT.
  • At least 32 MB of available RAM.
  • At least 110 MB of hard disk space to install software, and an additional 5 MB for course data files.
  • A color monitor capable of at least 800 x 600 resolution.
  • A CD-ROM drive.
  • Macromedia Dreamweaver 4.0.

Performance-Based Objectives

Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Explain basic concepts about the Internet and the World Wide Web, and how to publish a site.
  • Navigate in the Dreamweaver work environment.
  • Create a basic Web page by typing text and importing graphics.
  • Design a site from scratch, beginning with developing a site map, through final upload of the site to a Web server.
  • Import text into Dreamweaver pages using several methods.
  • Perform character and paragraph formatting on text, and define and apply HTML styles to speed up repetitive formatting.
  • Add links within a site, create anchors, and specify external links.
  • Create and format tables to assist in page design.
  • Use images as links and create image maps.
  • Build a frame-based site to assist the viewer in navigation.
  • Upload a site to a remote Web server.

Course Content

Lesson 1: Dreamweaver Basics

  • Topic 1A: Internet Access and HTML
  • Topic 1B: The Dreamweaver Environment
    • Task 1B-1: Exploring the Dreamweaver Environment
  • Topic 1C: Previewing in a Browser
    • Task 1C-1: Previewing in a Browser
  • Topic 1D: Viewing and Managing HTML Code
    • Task 1D-1: Viewing and Managing HTML Code

Lesson 2: Creating a Basic Web Page

  • Topic 2A: Creating and Formatting Text
    • Task 2A-1: Adding Text
    • Task 2A-2: Basic Text Formatting
  • Topic 2B: Saving and Titling Web Pages
    • Task 2B-1: Saving and Titling Web Pages
  • Topic 2C: Working with Images
    • Task 2C-1: Importing Images
    • Task 2C-2: Working with Page Backgrounds
    • Task 2C-3: Adding Rules to a Page
    • Task 2C-4: Using Colors from the Desktop

Lesson 3: Designing a Web Site

  • Topic 3A: Defining a Web Site
    • Task 3A-1: Defining a Site
  • Topic 3B: Working with the Site Window
    • Task 3B-1: Creating the Home Page
    • Task 3B-2: Working with the Site Window
    • Task 3B-3: Structuring the Web Site
    • Task 3B-4: Copying Site Elements
  • Topic 3C: Working with Templates
    • Task 3C-1: Working with Templates

Lesson 4: Working with Text

  • Topic 4A: Importing Text
    • Task 4A-1: Using the Open Command
    • Task 4A-2: Using Drag and Drop
    • Task 4A-3: Adding Text Using Copy and Paste
  • Topic 4B: HTML Text
    • Task 4B-1: Working with Line and Paragraph Breaks
    • Task 4B-2: Special Characters and Spaces
  • Topic 4C: Character Formatting
    • Task 4C-1: Specifying Character Formats
    • Task 4C-2: Text Size
    • Task 4C-3: Fonts
    • Task 4C-4: Logical Character Styles
  • Topic 4D: Paragraph Formatting
    • Task 4D-1: Aligning Text
    • Task 4D-2: Working with Headings
    • Task 4D-3: Formatting Lists
    • Task 4D-4: Indenting and Pre-formatting
  • Topic 4E: HTML Styles
    • Task 4E-1: Creating and Applying HTML Styles

Lesson 5: Working with Links

  • Topic 5A: Links within a Site
    • Task 5A-1: Creating Links Manually
    • Task 5A-2: Creating Links using Browse for File
    • Task 5A-3: Creating Links using Point to File
  • Topic 5B: Anchors
    • Task 5B-1: Creating Anchors
  • Topic 5C: Working with External Links
    • Task 5C-1: Adding External Links to a Site

Lesson 6: Working with Images

  • Topic 6A: Importing Images
    • Task 6A-1: Importing Additional Images
  • Topic 6B: Resizing Images
    • Task 6B-1: Resizing Images
  • Topic 6C: Using Images as Links
    • Task 6C-1: Creating Standard Image Links
    • Task 6C-2: Creating Image Maps
    • Task 6C-3: Text Labels for Images

Lesson 7: Working with Tables

  • Topic 7A: Creating Tables to Line Up Text
    • Task 7A-1: Creating Tables to Line Up Text
  • Topic 7B: Changing Table Layout
    • Task 7B-1: Inserting and Deleting Table Rows or Columns
    • Task 7B-2: Merging Cells
  • Topic 7C: Formatting Text in Tables
    • Task 7C-1: Formatting Text in Tables
  • Topic 7D: Table Attributes
    • Task 7D-1: Changing Column Widths
    • Task 7D-2: Specifying Cell Divider Settings
  • Topic 7E: Using Tables for Layout
    • Task 7E-1: Using Layout View to Modify Page Design
    • Task 7E-2: Using a Table to Position Objects
    • Task 7E-3: Using Layout View to Create Page Design

Lesson 8: Building a Site with Frames

  • Topic 8A: Creating a Frameset
    • Task 8A-1: Creating a Frameset
  • Topic 8B: Defining Frame Size
    • Task 8B-1: Defining Frame Size
  • Topic 8C: Adding Content to a Frameset
    • Task 8C-1: Adding Content to a Frameset
  • Topic 8D: Specifying Frame Link Destinations
    • Task 8D-1: Specifying Frame Link Destinations

Lesson 9: Uploading a Web Site

  • Topic 9A: Checking the Site
    • Task 9A-1: Checking the Site
  • Topic 9B: Uploading the Site
    • Task 9B-1: Uploading the Entire Site
    • Task 9B-2: Uploading Changed Files

Seminar Summary:

DreamWeaver 4 Introduction is a hands-on instruction book that will introduce you to the basics of the Macromedia DreamWeaver 4.0 Web development application. (see full course description)

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