Dreamweaver is a tool for making web sites. Learning Dreamweaver can be a bit of an uphill struggle if you are new to either web design, html or the program itself. When you first open it, even the welcome screen can look daunting, there seems to be 1000 tools you would never even think of using and it all seems a bit much. Well, this is where this post comes in.
With the growing popularity of CMS, Wikis and Weblogs, WYSIWIG-editors lose their users. However, many of those editors offer many advantages, such as Integration of SVN, FTP Clients, Developer’s extensions and programming environments. Using them, you can save your time and increase your efficiency. Not every code has to be written in Notepad, not every problem has to be solved manually. Therefore some good starting points for improving your WYSIWYG-skills can be useful.
Adobe’s take on Responsive Web Design; Fluid Layouts in Dreamweaver CS6. These new tools allow designers to visually build their responsive layouts, mobile first, whilst Dreamweaver handles all the flexible calculations in the background. Let’s take a look.
Create a Complete HTML5 Website!
Dreamweaver CS5 introduces the option to work with dynamically served sites such as WordPress. This is a quick introdcution to the basics and how the feature works.
Set up a site and start building using the Dreamweaver layout library and CSS templates.
In this Dreamweaver tutorial, you will learn how to quickly implement a slider using the ‘fade’ effect.