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Adobe Certified Associate in Web Authoring using Adobe Dreamweaver CC (2019) objectives

Assessment Published 8/25/15 Last updated on 3/2/20

This document identifies the skills an individual must master in order to earn a current version of the Adobe Certified Associate certification in Web Authoring using Adobe Dreamweaver CC (2019).

This certification is based on the Adobe Creative Cloud release of Dreamweaver in June 2015. The certification is valid for three years after the date on which it is earned.

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Susanne Szep

Posted on 11/4/19 12:51:41 AM Permalink

Ditto Julie Frey's request.

Certiport missed several launch dates for this product. GMetrix has not been updated for Dreamweaver CC 2018 as of this comment date. We cannot find resources on this Adobe site for DW CC2018 for even the testing domains, much less any sample questions. Is Dreamweaver a failing product that is not getting attention? Honestly, CC2019 is out there, yet we have to use a back version of DW in order to certify. ​

Julie Frey

Posted on 10/21/19 3:43:08 PM Permalink

​Do you have information on the ACA Web Authoring using Dreamweaver CC (2018) objectives?

Susanne Szep

Posted on 11/4/19 12:54:30 AM Permalink


jackie carpio

Posted on 2/16/19 1:29:20 PM Permalink

​how do I get start on training for Adobe Associate Dreamweaver?


Susanne Szep

Posted on 11/4/19 12:53:11 AM Permalink

Peachpit Press has some good texts.​

Gordon Inman

Posted on 11/17/15 6:15:24 PM Permalink

I noticed that these are different than what are on the website. Do you have any plans of updating the website? []

Also, why is the PDF protected from copying the text from it? I need to copy the text into another file so I can work through the alignment to our courses, but now I have to sit and type everything out because copying is not allowed. I can see protecting it from editing, but I don't see any reason why copying should be limited.

Adobe Education

Posted on 11/19/15 7:49:04 PM Permalink

Hi Gordon - the objectives are also listed (and easy to copy) on the ACA portal on the AEE here: We're in the process of taking down the ACA pages on and focusing our efforts on keeping the ACA portal on the AEE the single place to go for up to date information about the ACA program.

Ryan Salway

Posted on 3/22/18 4:25:19 PM Permalink

And yet that page links back to this one.​