Fundamentals of Web Communication with Dreamweaver CS6


  Author(s): Kim Cavanaugh, Sheri German
  Publisher: Trunity

- Web-based, device agnostic, life-long access
- Live-updating content with multimedia
- Highlighting, annotations & glossary 
- Fully customizable by instructor
- Student self-assessment tools & forums
- Assignments, quizzes, exams & gradebook
- Class management and safe social networking

  Price: $50 per student copy

Adobe® Dreamweaver® dominates the world of professional Web authoring in much the same way that Adobe Photoshop® dominates photo-editing. With its visual editing interface and strong set of coding tools, Dreamweaver’s workspace allows designers and developers to concentrate on getting engaging Web content created and published. Dreamweaver is used by millions of Web developers around the world and is considered the de facto standard when it comes to Web publishing.

This book covers topics that will help you develop key digital communication skills and provide you with a strong foundation in the use of Dreamweaver as well as other skills needed to work with Internet technologies. These include:

  • Project planning
  • Needs assessments
  • Communication skills
  • Graphic design principles
  • 16 chapters
  • 1403 content modules

This book and the activities you’ll complete will prepare you to take the Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Exam. Passing the exam and gaining ACA certification provides you with a credential that validates entry-level skills with Dreamweaver that allow you to plan, design, build and maintain effective communications by using different forms of digital media.

Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1: Fundamentals of the World Wide Web
  • Chapter 2: Planning and Organizing a Website
  • Chapter 3: Understanding the Dreamweaver Interface
  • Chapter 4: Layouts and Alignments – Building Your First Web Page
  • Chapter 5: Working with Text
  • Chapter 6: Working with Images
  • Chapter 7: Controlling Page Layout
  • Chapter 8: Page Design with Cascading Style Sheets
  • Chapter 9: Using Dreamweaver's Automated Design Tools
  • Chapter 10: Communicating through Tables, Forms and Media
  • Chapter 11: Publishing and Managing Site Files
  • Chapter 12: The Basics of HTML5
  • Chapter 13: Styling with CSS3 and Custom Fonts
  • Chapter 14: Using HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery to Develop Page Content
  • Chapter 15: CSS3 Media Queries and the Responsive Web
  • Chapter 16: Fluid Grid Frameworks