The Dreamweaver MX tutorials are step-by-step lessons, designed to teach you the fundamentals
of Dreamweaver MX. We recommend that you go through the tutorials using the sample files
installed in the GettingStarted folder within the Dreamweaver application folder.
By completing these hands-on tutorials, you’ll learn how to use Dreamweaver’s visual environment
to add design elements as you create web pages and web applications.
Dreamweaver is the most powerful and industry-leading web design software that utilizes innovative web technologies such as HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery for web and mobile development. These technologies have radically reconfigured the process of designing the web content and function in the widest possible range of browsing environments ranging from desktops to mobile devices.
Welcome to Dreamweaver CS3. This new version of the popular web design software offers a rich environment for building professional sites, with drag-and-drop simplicity, clean HTML code, and dynamic database-driven web site creation tools. Moreover, it's now integrated more tightly with Adobe's other products: Photoshop, InDesign, Flash, and their siblings. But with such sophisticated features, the software isn't simple.
HTML is a set of logical codes (markup) in parentheses that describe the appearance of a
web document and the information it contains.
This text would appear bold in the browser
The codes are enclosed by less than "" brackets. These bracketed
codes of the markup are commonly referred to as tags. HTML codes are always contained
inside these brackets and are case-insensitive; meaning, it does not matter whether you
type them in upper case or lower case. However, tags are easier to recognize in a web
document if they are capitalized.
The programming language Python links the database to the “front-end” (main interface) of the
Digital layouts and comps begin to set the visual tone and the aesthetics of an interface,
but when the end product is intended for web use, there is no substitute for transferring the
design into an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and reproducing the design with
recreated in Aptana Studio, the IDE application used to design and build the GDHit interface.