Adobe Dreamweaver Training – Introduction / Intermediate

DWOur 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.

We offer training at our centres in GuildfordLondonManchester and also at our client’s sites. Many client’s find it more convenient to ask us to come to their site to provide training.

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Adobe Dreamweaver Training – Introduction / Intermediate

This introductory Adobe Dreamweaver training course is for new and inexperienced users of Dreamweaver.

Dreamweaver is the program 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 it in browser windows, and edit and publish with ease.

This Introduction to Adobe Dreamweaver training course will teach you how to design and publish web sites using the features and facilities offered by Dreamweaver.

This course is instructor led, and involves working on a number of practical, hands on examples and exercises in a workshop environment. Led by highly experienced Adobe Dreamweaver trainers with many years of experience our hands-on courses mean that you will leave with lots of practical experience as well as useful tips and tricks.

This course assumes that you have a basic understanding of Windows and the web.

  • Static page architecture
  • Introduction to Adobe Dreamweaver
  • Dreamweaver interface basics
  • Defining a local site
  • Development process
  • Viewing a page in different ways
  • Adding content
  • Formatting document
  • Text formatting
  • Setting page properties
  • Importing files
  • Using styles
  • Creating and modifying Styles
  • Applying styles to text
  • Understanding links
  • Linking to files in your site
  • Linking to named Anchors
  • Adding e-mail links
  • Graphics on web pages
  • Placing graphics on the page
  • Modifying image properties
  • Wrapping text around images
  • Image maps
  • Adding Flash objects
  • Structuring data with tables
  • Importing tabular data
  • Designing in Layout View
  • Nested tables
  • Creating site templates
  • Site Library Items
  • Understanding HTML forms
  • Form processing
  • Setting navigation of the form
  • Attaching Custom Scripts To Form Buttons
  • Validating A Form
  • Rollover Rules
  • Creating Simple Rollover Images
  • Creating Disjointed Rollover Images
  • Creating Navigation Bars
  • Flash Objects
  • Meta Tags
  • Preparing your Site
  • Uploading files
  • Updating your files

Reviews of Acuity Training’s Adobe Dreamweaver Training: Introduction / Intermediate – 2 Days from delegates:

5 out of 5. “Mark certainly knows his stuff, very enjoyable course. Thank you.” Carmen Morgan

5 out of 5. “Interested in Flash and Photoshop.” Callum Clark

5 out of 5. “Very good and consise teacher!” Sarah Burt

5 out of 5. “Felt brain daed by pm of day 2. Wonder is I need a 1/2 day extra.” David Wicker

5 out of 5. “Very friendly environment and atmosphere. Love it! One of the nicest/friendliest courses I’ve ever been on (and I’ve done many).” Paul Collingridge

5 out of 5. “Good and enjoyable.” Lester Hunt

5 out of 5. “Debbie made the Dreamweaver training very pleasurable. It was explained in an easy to understand way.” Sarah Edwards

4 out of 5. “Generally really good – pretty much the right pace.” Laura Smithson

5 out of 5. “Great explanations and help and loads of patiences shown by trainers.” Sharon Maxwell

4 out of 5. “Great energy and patience from Douglas; great food (esp.lunches) and hospitality.” Stephanie Meece

4 out of 5. “Really useful training-learnt a lot,but I do need to do more hands on practice activities for it all to sink in. Day 2 less useful than day 1,but again that reflects my stage of development not the course!!!” Penny Burden

5 out of 5. “Excellent! Very enjoyable course,well presented! Douglas coped very well with a wide range of prior expertise in the group. Both beginners and more experienced delegates seemed to gain a lot from it. Many thanks.” John Baxter

5 out of 5. “Fab! Thank you.” Kelly Boazman

4 out of 5. “Some questions in book a bit ambiguous.” Mary Dickinson

4 out of 5. “Bit rushed 2nd afternoon,but mostly due to having lots of questions.V impressive in general though.” Alistair Morey

5 out of 5. “Some things were probably a bit fast for me-but overall for the group it was the right level.” Rachel Stead

5 out of 5. “I now feel confident to finish the projects I started some time ago.” Helen Tickner

5 out of 5. “Fantastic lecturer – v. patient!” Sophie Needham

5 out of 5. “Excellent day providing an easy transition from frontpage to Dreamweaver. Good refresher on basics as well.” Melany George

5 out of 5. “Excelent trainer with great depth of subject knowledge. V.good training facilities. Most enjoyable and useful course.” Margaret Blewett

5 out of 5. “A really informative, easy to follow course and I was very well looked after – thank you!” Laura Best

5 out of 5. “Well structured and interesting course.” Janine Hunt

5 out of 5. “Excellent tuition, working on the specific parts of Dreamweaver that I needed, really learnt a lot and look forward to putting it into practice. Excellent facilities also.” Naomi Pitts

5 out of 5. “An excellent day.” Andrew Walmsley

5 out of 5. “Very thorough learnt a lot and feel more confident in using Dreamweaver.” Terri Holliday

5 out of 5. “Great course. I think I got what I wanted out of it.” Jackie Pyle

5 out of 5. “Excellent!” Bobby Sappal

4 out of 5. “Maybe a more rigid structure (initially would be of help)? However, all the questions I had were answered and I could design a site before I left so I was happy.” Bobby Sappal

5 out of 5. “I maybe could have done with 2 days after all? Very worthwhile course which I will be recommending to colleagues.” Annmarie Rugman

5 out of 5. “Interesting, illuminating, inspiring.” Rachel O’Neill

5 out of 5. “Very good course and a very good teacher, extremely thorough and helpful. Definitely recomment to my colleagues.” Michelle Da Silva

5 out of 5. “Very friendly and welcoming, thank you for everything.” Jill Hammond

5 out of 5. “Very good training.” Munjal Joshi

5 out of 5. “A well run programme, positives – good progressive process of explanation, Mark attended to the detail well. Sometimes though, it would have been useful see explanations given to other students.” Munjal Joshi

5 out of 5. “one-to-one training. Learning at my own pace in a well organised and structured environment, with friendly staff.” Cliff Edwards

5 out of 5. “Nice environment, well paced training, would recommend.” Jenny Tooman

5 out of 5. “Friendly and approachable! Les was able to answer all my questions and seemed very knowledgeable.” Fiona Pickton

5 out of 5. “Simple to follow & good learning materials to take away.” Louise Plante

5 out of 5. “Very well presented and simple to follow, no complaints. Well recommended.”Paul Jarman

5 out of 5. “Not at one moment, even though some delegates were at a more advanced level, was I made to feel at all stupid.” Sean French