Dreamweaver's interface is full of powerful tools and features, yet well organized and easy to use. In this video, you'll learn about important UI elements, such as the Document window, and various panels such as the important Files and Properties panels.
Class styles are the only type of CSS style that can be applied to any text in a document, regardless of which tags control the text. Watch this video to learn how to create them and apply them to your text.
Learn how to work with CSS to create various versions of your web pages to display for printers and other types of devices such as handhelds. The Style Rendering Toolbar offers a simple way to preview the various media types within Dreamweaver.
Even though Dreamweaver is a web editor, it supports a number of image-editing features. For example, you can crop, optimize, and sharpen images. For more complex tasks, you can turn to a professional graphics application. Watch how!
This batch of videos provides expert knowledge about links and everything you need to know about Dreamweaver to create and edit them, how to define image maps, how to create rollovers, and how to insert a Fireworks navigation bar.
Learn about where you can insert hyperlinks, commonly referred to as links, as well as the different types of links that you can create using Dreamweaver.
Dreamweaver CS5 offers new CSS inspection tools to make editing and troubleshooting CSS properties a simple process. Learn how to use these new tools to simplify the CSS process directly within Dreamweaver.
Dreamweaver offers easy ways to work with CSS selectors and provides tools to assist you in working with CSSs. Learn more about the selector types and how to use the Dreamweaver CSS tools for troubleshooting.
Tables are an important way to display data within a web page. Learn how to build a table from scratch, edit table properties using CSS, merge and split cells, modify rows and columns, and let Dreamweaver create table structure for content from a spreadsheet or any delimited text file.
To start using tables on your website, you need to create one. This lesson shows you how easy it is in Dreamweaver.
Forms are a great way to collect data from users of your website. Learn how to create a form and add form elements, such as text fields, text areas, radio buttons, checkboxes, list menus and a submit button. Also learn how to make sure that user input is transmitted correctly.
When it comes to using forms on a website, the HTML form tag is key. Watch this lesson to master the basics of form creation.
Before you push your website live, you need to test it thoroughly to make sure everything works the way you want. Dreamweaver provides a number of testing tools to help you create a reliable web experience.
Dreamweaver has a built-in spell-checker that helps you eliminate mistakes on your pages before you publish them. See how!
There are a number of web browsers, and each one has its own way of rendering web pages. In this video, you'll learn how Dreamweaver can help you identify and fix issues concerning browser compatibility.
Dreamweaver has a built-in program that allows you to extend the features of the program. Learn how to download and install an extension to create a sitemap that allows screen readers to navigate your site in a more efficient way for accessibility.
Learn how to publish your site to a web server and prevent overwriting one another's edits when working in a team. And check out the video on a great new Adobe service called InContext Editing, which allows non-technical users to conveniently edit web pages.
Publishing & Maintenance
The Files panel is key to managing files in Dreamweaver. Here you will learn how easily you can move, rename and delete project files.