Dreamweaver Tutorial (eng)
Posted by vans25 on June 16, 2010
Welcome to the wonderful world of Dreamweaver, If you’re an experienced
Web designer, you’re going to love the power and sophistication
of this Web editor. If you’re new to building Web sites, you’ll appreciate
its simplicity and intuitive interface.
Either way, this chapter starts you on your way to making the most of Dreamweaver by introducing you to the menus and panels that make this program so useful. Dreamweaver can help you with every aspect of Web development, from designing simple pages, to fixing links, to publishing your pages on the World Wide Web. Dreamweaver can handle the simplest HTML, as well as some of the most complex and advanced features possible on the Web, including Cascading Style Sheets and Dynamic HTML. Dreamweaver also integrates a powerful HTML text editor into its easy-to-use graphical design environment so you can work in the HTML code if you prefer.
If you already work in another Web design program or you’re updating a site
that was created in another program, don’t worry, you can use Dreamweaver to modify existing Web pages and continue to develop your Web site without losing all the time you’ve already invested. For example, if you’ve been working in a program such as Microsoft FrontPage or Adobe GoLive, you can change to Dreamweaver to edit and develop your site further. All Web design programs create HTML pages, and those pages can be opened in any other Web design program.
If you need tutorials for web design using Dreamweaver, we provide the ebook in PDF format which you can download for free. Here’s eBook files can be downloaded, select the ebook you need and press the Download button to get it.