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Course Description



Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 is a web design program that gives even the most amateur web designer the ability to create stunning web pages fairly quickly and easily. You don't have to know HTML or any other programming language to be able to use Dreamweaver. Like other WYSIWYG editors (What You See Is What You Get), you can simply type and paste text and other images onto the screen and let Dreamweaver write the code for you. 

Whether this is your first time using Dreamweaver or you've used it in the past, this course will walk you through the program step-by-step and teach you how to use its many features and options to create web pages.  

You'll learn how to:
 
  • Create web pages using predesigned layouts or by creating your own
  • Design web pages for mobile phones, tablets, and desktop computers
  • Add text, mages, and other elements to your pages
  • Embed or link to audio or video files from your page, including from YouTube, Vimeo, and SoundCloud
  • Recognize and write basic HTML for your pages – even though you don't have to
  • Create and use HTML tables
  • Use CSS to apply styles to your pages and site, and also to create interactive features
  • Add forms to your web pages for visitors to fill out
  • Publish your website to the web
  • And much more!

Like most Adobe programs, Dreamweaver can seem more complicated than it really is because of all the additional options and features that it offers. This course was designed to simplify the program for you and to give you the knowledge you need to easily create a professional looking website using Dreamweaver.  

Course Requirements

You should have a high school reading level and be competent in basic computer usage and terminology.

You should also have a working version of Dreamweaver in order to complete the assignment activities. 

Course Topics



Lesson 1: Introduction to Dreamweaver CS6

Lesson 2: Fundamentals of Website Design

Lesson 3: The Dreamweaver Workspace
 
Lesson 4: Creating Websites in Dreamweaver

Lesson 5: Adding Texts, Hyperlinks, and Meta
Tags to Pages 


Lesson 6: Adding Images and Graphics 

Lesson 7: Working in HTML

Lesson 8: Adding Online Forms to Web Pages
 
Lesson 9: CSS

Lesson 10: CSS3

Lesson 11: Using Dreamweaver Templates

Lesson 12: HTML Tables

Lesson 13: Behaviors

Lesson 14: Multimedia 


Lesson 15: Add AJAX Features
Using Spry

Lesson 16: Managing and Publishing Your Sites

Course Materials

All course material will be provided in the lessons and netlinks. You should have a working version of Dreamweaver installed on your computer so you can do the assignment activities.

Grading Policy

Each lesson will include a lesson review quiz along with an assignment. Students will successfully complete this course by mastering all learning outcomes with 70% or higher overall grade.

Learning Outcomes

By successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
  • Create a website.
  • Design websites with tables.
  • Create a website using a template.
  • Create online forms.
  • Create a website with frames.
  • Create rollovers.
  • Design with Cascading Style Sheets.
  • Add audio, video and Flash to a page.
  • Publish and manage your website, and
  • Demonstrate mastery of lesson content at levels of 70% or higher.
 

Assessment Guide

Assessment Points
Lesson 1 Assignment1
Lesson 1 Exam10
Lesson 2 Assignment5
Lesson 2 Exam8
Lesson 3 Assignment5
Lesson 3 Exam10
Lesson 4 Assignment5
Lesson 4 Exam10
Lesson 5 Assignment5
Lesson 5 Exam9
Lesson 6 Assignment5
Lesson 7 Assignment5
Lesson 7 Exam10
Lesson 8 Assignment5
Lesson 8 Exam10
Lesson 9 Assignment5
Lesson 9 Exam10
Lesson 10 Assignment5
Lesson 10 Exam9
Lesson 11 Assignment5
Lesson 11 Exam10
Lesson 12 Assignment5
Lesson 12 Exam10
Lesson 13 Assignment5
Lesson 13 Exam8
Lesson 14 Assignment5
Lesson 14 Exam10
Lesson 15 Assignment5
Lesson 15 Exam10
Lesson 16 Assignment5
Lesson 16 Exam10
The Final Exam44
Total Points:264

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