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Business Course Information

Posted on Apr 11, 2014 by Lilian Smith Last Activity on Apr 11, 2014

This is the very first time I have used Muse.  After the first lesson with Pip, I decided I'll explore Muse.  This information site is to allow potential business students to view the course details in Certificate III and IV in Business Administration, the trainer, job roles etc.  That way when they contact the college and attend an interview for the first assessment they can go there and have a look.  It serves two purposes it will free some time off the senior office administrator as well as assessing basic literacy and digital skills.  In view of students having tablets and smart phones I have also created the site for all three platforms.  The link in on the temporary businesscatalyst site -  http://businesscourseinformation.businesscatalyst.com/
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Creativity in Today's Classroom - Course Resources

Posted on Apr 1, 2014 by Zak Johnson Last Activity on Apr 16, 2014

Note: this resource is intended for use with the Collaborative Course: Creativity in Today’s Classroom (http://edex.adobe.com/pd/course/creativity/). This PDF compiles the course bibliography and the media resources used in the course, including video listings, graphics, and Adobe product tutorials and support.
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Using Adobe Browser Lab & Adobe Shadow

Posted on Apr 1, 2014 by David Hallmon Last Activity on Apr 10, 2014

Adobe BrowserLab is an online service that allows web professionals to test both publicly viewable and private web pages. Screenshots of actual browser renderings are generated in real time, with multiple viewing options and diagnostic tools to help discover cross-browser compatibility issues. BrowserLab is ideal for professional web designers and web developers who need to ensure their public and private web pages are viewed as they were intended on multiple browsers and operating systems. BrowserLab renders screenshots virtually on demand with innovative viewing and diagnostic tools that fit seemliness into your work flows. BrowserLab can also preview local content through integration with Dreamweaver or Firebug. If you take the COAP 2120: Web Editors course will will get into using Browser Lab more within Dreamweaver. Also another tool that I will mention in this video similar to Browser Lab is Adobe Shadow which is geared more toward testing on mobile devices. I used to demo Device Central in this class b... Read More
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Dreamweaver CC tutorial 27. How to clear the div float

Posted on Mar 31, 2014 by Daniel Scott Last Activity on Mar 31, 2014

The next problem you'll have when you are working on your div tags is that the box after your cleared div's will be broken. It will try and slip underneath the floated divs and the text will spill out the bottom right.  To fix this we'll look to clear the float.  For a full list of our Dreamweaver tutorials - visit our website here.
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Dreamweaver CC tutorial 26. How to float a div tag

Posted on Mar 31, 2014 by Daniel Scott Last Activity on Mar 31, 2014

Are you having problems trying to get div tags to sit next to each other. By default Div tags will try and sit under each other. So to combat this we'll have to using something class css float. If you float the 2 div tags they should now sit side by side.  Check out all of our tutorials here.
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Dreamweaver CC tutorial 25. Create a website using div tags

Posted on Mar 31, 2014 by Daniel Scott Last Activity on Mar 31, 2014

Probably the most important part of this Dreamweaver Tutorial series. We'll begin to structure a full website using div tags and CSS layout properties.  We'll create a navigation bar, a place for text and for images. All using CSS layout techniques.  For more of our tutorials visit our site here. 
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Dreamweaver CC tutorial 23. What is a Div tag

Posted on Mar 31, 2014 by Daniel Scott Last Activity on Mar 31, 2014

This Dreamweaver tutorial will explain what a Div tag is.  A div tag is very important when it comes to laying a website design. It's essentially just a box. A website will be made up with many of these div's. You'll use one for the container and other for different parts like the navigation and images.  See our full Dreamweaver tutorial list for teacher here. If you need any more help please get in contact either through the comments here on our website. 
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Dreamweaver CC tutorial 22. Applying a CSS class

Posted on Mar 31, 2014 by Daniel Scott Last Activity on Mar 31, 2014

You've created your first CSS class in Dreamweaver. Now we're going to show you how to apply it and create a few more.  CSS classes are pretty important when it comes to website design. Make sure you have a good handle of these font CSS classes.  Our full Dreamweaver tutorial list can be found here.
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Dreamweaver CC tutorial 21. How to make a CSS class

Posted on Mar 31, 2014 by Daniel Scott Last Activity on Mar 31, 2014

This Dreamweaver CC Tutorial will show you how to make a CSS Class. CSS classes are really useful when it comes to website design. They can be named my you. They can be fully customized to do exactly what you want. They are also great because they are reusable on a page.  Use this tutorial or you can visit our site and view the full list of Dreamweaver tutorials.  
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Dreamweaver CC tutorial 20. How to use EM sizes

Posted on Mar 31, 2014 by Daniel Scott Last Activity on Mar 31, 2014

When it comes to sizing your fonts you should be Em's to do the sizing. Why? Standard sizes like pt (points) or px (pixels) are what you call absolute font sizes. They can't be easily scaled.  Em's on the other hand are more like a percentage. They can easily be scaled and that is great for the visual impaired who use computer aids to increase font sizes. Google also likes it for this reason. And what Google likes - web designers like.  For a full list of Dreamweaver Tutorials check out our website here.   
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Dreamweaver CC tutorial 19. Change the link color & font

Posted on Mar 31, 2014 by Daniel Scott Last Activity on Mar 31, 2014

When you make a link (hyperlink) in Dreamweaver CC it will default to the basic link style of blue with an underline. In this Dreamweaver CC tutorial we'll look up updating it. We'll look at the HTML tag the is responsible for the style and how to update it.  Remember a downloadable PDF and video can be found on this tutorials page. A full list of tutorials can be found here too.
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Dreamweaver CC tutorial 18. How to update a CSS sheet

Posted on Mar 31, 2014 by Daniel Scott Last Activity on Mar 31, 2014

How do you update your CSS sheet now? You might have just created a CSS sheet following along in these tutorials. Or you might have inherited an existing website from somewhere. It really easy to update the fonts using the CSS designer panel.  If you would like to see the full list of our Dreamweaver tutorials for teachers. Check out the site here. 
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Dreamweaver CC tutorial 17. Change font for h1 p using CSS

Posted on Mar 31, 2014 by Daniel Scott Last Activity on Mar 31, 2014

In this tutorial we'll look at changing the font family, font color and font size using our new CSS sheet.  We'll look at first updated the HTML tags we created in an earlier tutorial. So we'll style the h1 & p tags first.  Check out our full list of our Dreamweaver CC tutorials here. 
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Dreamweaver CC tutorial 16. How to create a CSS sheet

Posted on Mar 31, 2014 by Daniel Scott Last Activity on Mar 31, 2014

This video/pdf will show you how to create your first CSS sheet in Dreamweaver CC.  The tutorial will explain how important it is to keep you CSS in one separate file. I will show you where on your hard drive the file needs to sit for it to work properly.  If you have any questions about this series or you would like to check out the full series visit the website here.
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Dreamweaver CC tutorial 15. What is CSS

Posted on Mar 31, 2014 by Daniel Scott Last Activity on Mar 31, 2014

What is CSS or Cascading Style Styles? CSS is using to style things like fonts or layout e.g. box background color or the stroke of a div tag.  It's a separate file from your html file and ends with the extension .css. In this part of our tutorial series we're going to use CSS to change the size, color, and font family of our type.  Remember the full list of our Dreamweaver tutorials are on our website here. 
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Dreamweaver CC tutorial 14. Uploading your website

Posted on Mar 31, 2014 by Daniel Scott Last Activity on Mar 31, 2014

This Dreamweaver CC tutorial will show you how to upload your website. We'll explain what the 'put' function does. We'll look at what the 'should dependent files be included in this transfer' means. Once you've connect to your hosting server this part is pretty easy.  Like the other tutorials there is a downloadable PDF you can use for your own classes. Along with a helpful video and website notes. If you'd like to jump to the full list of Dreamweaver classes you can do so here.  
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Dreamweaver CC tutorial 13. Connecting FTP to your host

Posted on Mar 30, 2014 by Daniel Scott Last Activity on Apr 15, 2014

In this Adobe tutorial we'll connect Dreamweaver CC to your hosting account. We'll use a connection process called FTP. This can be a super pain to get setup. Check out the video and drop me a question if you have problems connecting. One of the main problems for getting this setup is anti virus software. If you're having problems try turning off all your anti virus software for second to see if it starts working. 
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