Adobe Dreamweaver is the number one application used to create web pages both static and interactive. The goal of this course is to help you learn Dreamweaver's tools and begin to explore the literally tons of possibilities for building web pages and adding interaction with web clients to a website. Skills will include: page building, applying Cascading Style Sheets, working with images and text to craft page layouts, creation of interactive pages, Ajax/Spry integration, form creation, insertion of multimedia into pages/site and publishing to the web. The method we will use is a website we will build from start-to-finish, including site map and navigation building, button making, output, optimization, and testing.
DMS R131A / CRN: 72688: Web Pages with DreamWeaver IS being offered in the Fall 2016 semester. It is a short term class that starts on August 29th and ends on December 16th.
Course notes: CRN 72688 will be offered fully online using the Internet and regular phone lines. There will be no face-to-face meetings during this semester. There are online chat sessions scheduled and arranged depending on the needs of the class. After enrolling in the class, you MUST send me an email prior to the first class meeting at this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org so I can send you the information on the software required for the class. DO NOT PURCHASE ANY SOFTWARE PRIOR TO CONTACTING ME!