Our Adobe Dreamweaver training courses will how you how to make the most of the powerful website management software. Dreamweaver is the programme that put web technology into the hands of the designer. Adobe Dreamweaver enables the creation of sophisticated and professional websites without the need to learn HTML coding. You can map your website, check links, test run in browser windows, edit and publish with ease. You can also use Dreamweaver to enhance the interactivity of a website and include multimedia elements – and for those who want to get to grips with the actual HTML code, you can do that, too.
This course was created to help make you a faster more knowledgeable Dreamweaver user. By the end of the course you will be able to use Dreamweaver confidently but we do say at the end of the course that you should always be practicing to help yourself get better. Our trainer knows the programme extremely well so they will be able to answer any question you might have. They also train a lot of programming languages so they are a very technical trainer.
The trainer will give you lots of hands on practice throughout the day as we believe that this is a great way for our delegates to learn. This way they get a lot of practice using the program so that when there are at home or at work it doesn’t fell so daunting trying to use it.
Our main training centre is located in Guildford but we are also able to send a trainer to you.
Adobe Dreamweaver is a web design and development application. Dreamweaver combines a visual design surface called Live View and a normal code editor which includes normal feature like syntax highlighting. Web developers and designers like to use Dreamweaver because it is very easy to use and user friendly and it also includes loads of different languages from Action Script to Visual Basic. you can create most web based things on Dreamweaver like mobile websites or even an internet app.
I think the biggest change they had from CS4 to CS5 was the different languages the supported. In CS5 one of biggest languages in now support is HTML 5 and CSS3 which is a fairly big deal seeing as most people will write the site in HTML 5. Another new feature was also to do with another language and that was jQuery and you now have mobile integration included in with Dreamweaver.
There was not a lot of changes from CS5 to CS6, one of the main features that was added was the multiscreen preview panel, this is where you can preview more then one item at a time. this is very handy if you want to look at more the one web page at a time. The other big improvement they made was improved FTP performance, this is not a change that you can really see but it has made Dreamweaver a lot faster and you will notice perforce upgrades when you are using it.
They added a lot more to CC then they did to CS6 and the main feature they added was the Live View which is a visual design window instead of your normal code editor, this view is good for people who aren’t the best at coding and what to see the site visually instead of in a load of code. This was also the first year that is got reengineered but with 64-bit architecture instead of 32-bit.