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Dreamweaver CS6 Advanced

Students will build upon what they learned in Dreamweaver CS6 Introduction.  This course will benefit students who want to learn how to use Dreamweaver CS6 to create and modify Web sites. Students will learn how to design pages with CSS, create and apply templates and server-side includes, and build accessible forms that validate user information. Students will also learn how to position elements and apply behaviors, add multimedia files, integrate XML-based data, transform XML with XSLT, and collaborate with other site developers. Students should have basic experience with Dreamweaver CS6 and should know how to use it for such tasks as defining sites, inserting elements and modifying properties, and managing site files.

ETPL# 7730

Course Objective:

After completing this course, students will know how to:

  • Identify the advantages of using CSS, the difference between internal and external style sheets, and the role of inheritance and specificity in style rendering; link a page to an external style sheet; define content sections with div tags and IDs; apply margins, padding, and border styles; and arrange content sections.
  • Create and update library items and snippets; create and edit server-side includes; create page templates and define editable regions and attributes; create a page from a template and apply a template to an existing page; create and edit elements; and add keywords and descriptions to pages.
  • Create a form, add a variety of input fields, and apply accessibility features; set the tab order of form input fields; and validate form data by using Spry widgets.
  • Create rollover images; apply behaviors to page elements; and download Dreamweaver extensions.
  • Insert AP Divs by using the Draw AP Div tool; manipulate the position, size, and visibility of AP Divs; and control visibility dynamically.
  • Insert Flash and FlashPaper files into a Web page; and add Windows Media Player files and QuickTime files.
  • Convert an HTML page to an XSLT page; bind XML data to an XSLT page; create a repeat region in an XSLT page; create dynamic links; and attach an XSLT page to an XML document.
  • Use Check In and Check Out to ensure file integrity; attach notes to files to inform team members; validate site code; identify and fix errors; and identify and fix accessibility problems.
  • CertBlaster preparation and materials also included.

Delivery Method: 

Instructor led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.

Classroom Training- 1 Day

Intended Audience:

This course will benefit students who want to learn how to use Dreamweaver CS6 to create and modify Web sites.  Students will learn how to design pages with CSS, create and apply templates and server-side includes, build accessible forms that validate user information, position elements and apply behaviors, add multimedia files, integrate XML-based data, transform XML with XSLT, and collaborate with other site developers. Students should have basic experience with Dreamweaver CS6, including defining sites, inserting elements and modifying properties, and managing site files.

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Dreamweaver CS6 Advanced
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1/30/2018
Dreamweaver CS6 Advanced
9am-5pm
$295.00
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1/30/2018

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3/21/2018
Dreamweaver CS6 Advanced
9am-5pm
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3/21/2018

9am-5pm

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5/22/2018
Dreamweaver CS6 Advanced
9am-5pm
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5/22/2018

9am-5pm

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7/25/2018
Dreamweaver CS6 Advanced
9am-5pm
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7/25/2018

9am-5pm

$295.00

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9/24/2018
Dreamweaver CS6 Advanced
9am-5pm
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9/24/2018

9am-5pm

$295.00

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11/21/2018
Dreamweaver CS6 Advanced
9am-5pm
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11/21/2018

9am-5pm

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