An Overview of Web Design with Adobe Dreamweaver

Maggie Hobson-Baker, Art and Design

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23 Videos (1h 58m)
    • The Workspace

      3:38
    • How to Set up a site

      3:08
    • Creating a CSS Sheet

      2:11
    • The Index Page

      0:50
    • Creating a Header

      5:58
    • The Navigation Bar

      8:45
    • Adding Content

      6:24
    • The Footer

      4:04
    • Background and Links

      3:24
    • A Website in Process

      11:38
    • Using Google Webfonts

      5:39
    • Drop shadows with CSS3

      4:32
    • Font Shadows

      3:18
    • Rounded Corners and Borders

      3:19
    • The Navbart

      2:41
    • Two Column Layout

      5:07
    • Images and Text in the Left Column

      7:07
    • The Right Column

      7:04
    • Stylizing the Right Column

      6:45
    • Adding more Content

      4:07
    • The Footer and Changing the Header

      9:03
    • Adding a 2nd Page

      4:01
    • Active Links

      5:33

About This Class

In this series of videos I will show you how to build a website with Adobe Dreamweaver.  Dreamweaver will serve as our entry point into HTML and CSS.  This course is perfect for the student who is looking to learn Dreamweaver as well as HTML and CSS.

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Maggie Hobson-Baker

Art and Design

Maggie is an artist, designer and Assistant Professor in Studio Art, living and working in the Philadelphia Area. Her work reflects her love of shape, color, nature and design. She loves drawing on her iPad, and Bamboo Tablet as well as working with traditional materials. You can often find her with her camera and sketchbook in the woods. She is especially interested in the dialogue between traditional and digital platforms in the creation of art and visual images.

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