Adobe Dreamweaver Course: Level 2 (Advanced)

Adobe Dreamweaver Course: Level 2 (Advanced)

Adobe Dreamweaver short courses in Sydney, open to everyone.

Build beautiful web sites for any browser or device with our Adobe Dreamweaver courses in Sydney.

In our Adobe Dreamweaver courses, get faster, easier ways to design, code, and publish websites and web applications that look amazing on any size screen. With support for HTML, CSS, Javascript, and more, designers and developers can quickly create and publish web pages almost anywhere. Learn Adobe Dreamweaver with our Adobe Dreamweaver courses in Sydney - short courses open to everyone.

This Adobe Dreamweaver course is an advanced Dreamweaver course that will expand your knowledge beyond content covered in Adobe Dreamweaver Course: Level 1 (Beginners) and anable you to work with various advanced aspects of Dreamweaver CC including working with the Creative Cloud, CSS inheritance and specificity, responsive web design, Photoshop integration and much more.

Learning Outcomes

At the completion of this Adobe Dreamweaver course you should be able to:

  1. Understand and work with your Adobe account.
  2. Understand how to create CSS styles.
  3. Structure text using HTML.
  4. Control text formatting with CSS.
  5. Control image properties through HTML and CSS.
  6. Insert different types of media into webpages.
  7. Collaborate and work with others effectively.
  8. Understand and use Extract in Dreamweaver.
  9. Understand and work with elements of responsive web design.
  10. Understand jQuery UI and how to use it.
  11. Perform advanced coding.
  12. Understand and work with css selectors and the concepts of inheritance and specificity.

Course Content

This Adobe Dreamweaver course will cover the following content:

The Adobe Account

  • The Adobe Website.
  • Signing in to Your Adobe Account.
  • The Creative Profile Home Page.
  • Managing Your Adobe Account.
  • Adobe Creative Cloud Application Manager.
  • Working With Apps.
  • Understanding Library Assets.
  • Understanding TypeKit.
  • Add Fonts in Typekit.
  • Understanding Behance.

Creating CSS Styles in Adobe Dreamweaver

  • Understanding Selector Types.
  • Setting CSS Code Colour Preferences.
  • Creating a New CSS File.
  • Managing Fonts.
  • Creating Rules With the CSS Designer Panel.
  • Creating Rules.
  • Creating Class Rules.
  • Applying Class Rules.
  • Creating Class Rules Using Live View.
  • Setting CSS Styles Preferences.
  • Editing a Rule.
  • Using the Code Navigator.
  • Duplicating and Deleting Styles.

Structuring Text With HTML in Adobe Dreamweaver

  • Structuring Headings.
  • Applying Simple Formatting to Text.
  • Creating a List.
  • Formatting Lists.
  • Adding Comments.

Controlling Text With CSS in Adobe Dreamweaver

  • Understanding Units of Measurement.
  • Declaring Multiple Font Families.
  • Managing Font Sizing.
  • Managing Font Weight and Style.
  • Managing Line Height.
  • Understanding the Box Model.
  • Managing Vertical Spacing With Margins.
  • Managing Spacing With Padding.
  • Transforming Text.
  • Investigating How Styles Cascade.
  • Investigating Area-Specific Styling.

Formatting Images With CSS in Adobe Dreamweaver

  • Understanding the Image Properties Inspector.
  • Adjusting Image Margins.
  • Adjusting Image Padding and Borders.
  • Applying Multiple Classes.
  • Applying a Background Image.

Working With Media in Adobe Dreamweaver

  • Types of Media Files.
  • Inserting Media.
  • Inserting Audio.
  • Modifying a Media Object.

Working Collaboratively with Adobe Dreamweaver

  • Uploading a File to the Creative Cloud.
  • Creating a Folder in the Creative Cloud.
  • Working With Files and Folders.
  • Viewing a File in the Creative Cloud.
  • Adding Collaborators.
  • Making Changes to a Shared File.
  • Commenting on a Shared File.
  • Deleting Comments.

Using Extract in Adobe Dreamweaver

  • Understanding Extracting in Dreamweaver.
  • Understanding Creative Cloud Extract.
  • Uploading PSD Files to Creative Cloud.
  • Opening a PSD File in the Extract Panel.
  • Setting Extract Preferences.
  • Understanding Code Hinting.
  • Extracting From PSD Files.
  • Extracting Images From PSD Files.

Responsive Web Design in Adobe Dreamweaver

  • Understanding Responsive Web Design.
  • Understanding Bootstrap.
  • Create a Simple Fluid Grid Layout.
  • Inserting Content Into Fluid Grid Layout.
  • Understanding Media Queries.
  • Adding a Media Query.

Introduction to jQuery UI in Adobe Dreamweaver

  • Understanding jQuery UI.
  • Inserting jQuery UI Widgets.
  • Modifying jQuery UI Widgets.
  • Creating a jQuery Mobile Page.
  • Modifying a jQuery Mobile Page.
  • Saving and Previewing a jQuery Mobile Page.

Advanced Code Techniques in Adobe Dreamweaver

  • Formatting Source Code.
  • Printing Code.
  • Enable Linting.
  • Viewing Linting Rules.
  • Working With the Output Panel.

CSS Selectors and Inheritance in Adobe Dreamweaver

  • Understanding Selectors.
  • Understanding Inheritance.
  • Understanding CSS Origins.
  • Overriding Browser Styles.
  • Inheriting Styles.
  • Understanding Specificity.
  • Working With Specificity.
  • Advanced Selectors.

Intended Audience

This Adobe Dreamweaver course provides a comprehensive and thorough coverage of using Dreamweaver and requires little or no prior knowledge of the Dreamweaver software package. This course is ideal for new or existing Dreamweaver users seeking to learn Adobe Dreamweaver tasks outlined in the course content.

Delivery Style

This Adobe Dreamweaver course is presented as a practical, instructor-led computer-based course. You’ll have dedicated access to a computer exclusively for your use so you can follow instructor training and work through examples in an application-focused teaching environment.

Course Prerequisites

This Adobe Dreamweaver course assumes some knowledge of Dreamweaver. You should be familiar with the basic functions of a computer operating system. This includes navigating the environment using a mouse and keyboard, starting applications, copying and pasting objects, formatting text, creating folders, opening and saving files, familiarity with the accessing the Internet and use of common web browsers. If you do not have these skills, we recommend attending the Basic Computer Skills Course before attempting this course.

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Bring Your Own Device Option

This course is also available to participants who are seeking a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) option for users of Windows or Mac devices. Participants are able to bring and use their own laptop provided that they have a recent version of the software installed on their device. BYOD course participants are required to contact us on 02 8262 6400 (Option 4) between 9AM to 5PM Monday to Friday to enrol in this course. This option may also be available for any classes currently marked as full.


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