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Dreamweaver® CC 2017 Advanced

You are familiar with creating web pages and now you will use Adobe® Dreamweaver® CC (2017) to enhance web pages by adding advanced functions such as movement, media elements, forms, and links to social media. You will also create responsive pages to ensure that your websites are compatible with various modern display devices, such as tablets and smartphones. You will create HTML email for email marketing or email newsletters. Lastly, you will share files over a server to work in a collaborative manner. All this will ensure that you develop a website that retains user interest by providing an engaging user experience across multiple display devices.

This course is a great component of your preparation for the Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) Dreamweaver CC exam and the Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Web Authoring Using Adobe Dreamweaver CC exam. See the files in the Exam Mapping for Dreamweaver CC folder in the course data files for information on how the exam topics are addressed in the material.

Course Objectives:

In this course, you will be able to develop interactive and engaging websites that are compatible with multiple display devices. You will:

  • Implement basic design principles in writing a website.
  • Author a site suitable for both mobile and desktop viewing.
  • Create forms.
  • Add movement through behaviors and CSS transitions.
  • Insert audio and video media.
  • Reach your target audience through social media and HTML email marketing.
  • Manage website files through testing and synchronizing.
  • Set project requirements.

ETPL #7730

Delivery Method: 

On-Line Live classroom (OLL) - 2 Days

This course requires a desktop/laptop set up. A dual monitor display is recommended for an enhanced learning experience. 

Classes can be done at UConn CITI's Stamford campus or remotely.

Intended Audience:
This course is designed for those who have some experience using Dreamweaver to design or modify websites and want to learn more. Students may be designing sites for the Internet or sites for their company’s intranet. Students may be creating new sites or redesigning or updating existing sites. Students may be creating HTML email or newsletters. Web design may be only one part of the students’ job duties. Or perhaps web design is the student’s primary job function. Students may be artists or developers who wish to use a WYSIWIG tool for speed and ease of use.

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