One Hour in Fireworks, Part 3: Images and Graphics for a Dreamweaver-Based Class
Technical Tutorial Published 12/10/12 Last updated on 5/16/18
This hour (in three parts) of how to edit photos and create graphics in Fireworks and then options to insert them in your Dreamweaver-based website is meant for an introductory-level web design course. What makes this three-part tutorial appealing is that it is designed for a beginning web design/Dreamweaver course where students have no or very little prior image editing/creation experience and where instructors have a limited amount of time to dedicate to the topic. By the end of the three-part tutorial, students possess the knowledge and skill necessary to create, edit and export photos and graphics from Fireworks and insert into an HTML file in Dreamweaver. I fit it in between the lessons on CSS for simple styling and CSS for layout (thus the not-so-attractive pages demo-ed in the videos). CSS3 comes later where we replace the image gradient with CSS3 gradients (and an understanding of browser-based issues). This third video focuses on graphic creation and export in Fireworks as well as insertion in the content and CSS of an HTML file in Dreamweaver.
This is the third of three parts.