Dreamweaver is a tool used for designing websites. Its ease of use makes it easy for even beginners to design and develop websites. Dreamweaver is not only the easiest program to use, but it allows the user to learn how to develop websites without any restrictions or limitations.
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Introduction to CSS
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets and is a style sheet language used for describing the presentation of a document written in markup language. A style sheet is a collection of rules that tells a web browser how to display text, fonts, colors, images, and other content. Unlike HTML, which is the markup language used to create pages on the World Wide Web, CSS is used to control the presentation of documents written in a markup language.
Making Your First Web Page
Macromedia Dreamweaver is a popular software program that allows users to create websites. In this blog, we will show you how to make your first web page using Dreamweaver.
Step 1: Open Dreamweaver and click “Start New”.
Step 2: On the left panel, click “Website”.
Step 3: In the “Web Site Name” field, type a name for your website. For this tutorial, we will use vk-tuts.com (without http://). Click “OK”.
Step 4: On the left panel, click “Pages”. Click “New Page” or press “N” on your keyboard to create a new page.
Step 5: On the right panel, double-click on the tab named Content and then click on the Block Design Toolbar menu item at the top of the panel. This will open the Block Design Toolbar.
Step 6: Select “Text” from the list of available options in the toolbar and then click on the text area. This will open the editor for your text content.
Step 7: Type some text into your text area, such as “Welcome to VKTuts dot com”. Click “Save” to save it.
Step 8: Go to the left panel, select Pages > Control Panel or press “Ctrl+Shift+P” on your keyboard, and click on the Template menu item at the top of the Control Panel panel. Click to select a template you wish to use for this page. For this tutorial, we have selected the Visual Page 1 template which is a part of the Visual Page Pack.
Step 9: Select “Create a New Layer” from the bottom panel and click “OK” to create a new layer.
Step 10: Drag and drop your newly created text (text area) into the layer you just created with the help of step 8.
Step 11: Go to the left panel, select Pages > Footer, or press “Ctrl+Shift+F” on your keyboard, and click on the Footer menu item at the top of the Footer panel. Click to select a CSS style you wish to use for this page. For this tutorial, we have selected Top Bar 3 CSS Style which is also part of the Visual Page Pack.
Step 12: Save your work by clicking on the “Save” button at the bottom of the Footer menu panel.
Step 13: Select “Next Page” from the left panel and click the “Next” button. This will switch you to the following page on your site.
Step 14: Click on the green arrow next to the Footer menu item at the top of the Footer panel, which will open that specific footer menu item in a new window so that you can edit it; type 10px in it and then save your work by clicking on “OK” button.
Step 15: Now click on the green arrow next to the Footer menu item at the top of the Footer panel, which will open that specific footer menu item in a new window so that you can edit it; type 25px in it and then save your work by clicking on “OK” button.
Adding Images, Links, and Other Content
Adding images to a web page is a simple process that can make your page look more professional. You can add images from your computer or from online sources. Dreamweaver lets you insert images into pages using the Insert panel or the Media Library.
To insert an image from your computer:
- In Dreamweaver, open the document in which you want to add the image.
- In the document window, click in the content area where you want to place the image.
- In the Insert panel, click Image. The Insert Image dialog box appears
- In the Select source drop-down list, choose File > Open. The Open dialog box appears
Adding Text and Headings
Adding text and headings to your blog posts is a breeze with Dreamweaver. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to add a title, subtitle, and body text to your post using the Paragraph tool and the Margin and Alignment tools. You’ll also learn how to justify text and add headings. Adding a Button. Creating buttons for your blog posts is even easier in Dreamweaver CC. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to add buttons to your blog posts using the Link tool and the Insert Panel.
Using a Library Module. As you’re building new websites for clients or customers, you may find that you need a specific library module created for them before you can properly display their content. Rather than wasting time creating custom modules and templates, in this tutorial, we’ll show you how to use a preexisting library module to speed up prototyping with WordPress.
Creating an Archive Page Using RWD Techniques. Designers and developers alike often create WordPress websites using tables and divs rather than HTML5 code, which can make for a cluttered and confusing site. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use RWD techniques to create an archive page that is as simple and semantic as possible.
If you’re looking to improve your web design skills, then you’ll want to check out our selection of Macromedia Dreamweaver tutorials. These videos will teach you everything from basic HTML and CSS editing basics to more advanced techniques such as website template creation and event handling. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced designer, our Dreamweaver tutorials are sure to help you take your skills to the next level.