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Learn Dreamweaver CS6

Technical Tutorial Published 4/23/12 Last updated on 5/22/19
Use this collection of technical tutorials, from the Digital Design curriculum, to learn how to use Adobe Dreamweaver CS6. Technical guides include: 1. Overview of the Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 workspace 2. How to set up a local root folder and site structure 3. How to set document properties 4. How to use the Assets panel 5. How to manage files and links by using the FIles panel 6. The Dreamweaver Insert panel 7. How to deploy for multiple screens 8. How to create and edit a CSS rule 9. How to use CSS starter layouts 10. How to lay out a web page with CSS 11. How to use templates 12. How to work with external Cascading Style Sheets 13. How to troubleshoot Cascading Style Sheets 14. How to make websites accessible 15. How to use the Adobe Dreamweaver Widget Browser 16. How to check files in and out 17. How to create interactive navigation 18. How to add images 19. How to add rich media to a web page 20. How to add text 21. How to use CSS text styles 22. How to create lists 23. How to create links 24. How to create data tables 25. How to create forms 26. How to create image maps 27. How to preview and test a web project 28. How to check links 29. How to publish web files

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Stoyanka Veselinova

Posted on 4/3/19 2:24:19 PM Permalink

​Thank you

UJANG KARO

Posted on 11/3/17 6:55:39 PM Permalink

i had download it but i cant found what i want, please teach me how to make a site to fill some form online, and can be compare to my fox pro 9 apps what i buid.. so if my customer register via my site page, i can import them .. please.. help me...

thank you

Lynn Clifford

Posted on 8/11/16 8:10:21 PM Permalink

Thank you :)

Robby Gilbert

Posted on 2/1/16 3:53:10 PM Permalink

Says page not found.

Robby Gilbert

Posted on 2/1/16 3:23:17 PM Permalink

Says page not found.

Robby Gilbert

Posted on 2/1/16 2:46:33 AM Permalink

I need a lesson plan on Dreamweaver CS6 Text Wrapping around a Picture. Can anyone please help? I really need this for tomorrow.

Adobe Education

Posted on 2/1/16 2:47:13 PM Permalink

Robby Gilbert

Posted on 1/21/16 1:39:23 AM Permalink

I'm a new teacher who is now teaching Dreamweaver. I need a class project for high school students that would go well with working on background color and text color. Any ideas? I had them pick a college and give me information from the colleges, but need one more.

Adobe Education

Posted on 1/21/16 2:12:20 PM Permalink

I would recommend searching the AEE - members have shared really great resources! Additionally have you looked at the Adobe's Digital Design curriculum? It is a project-based curriculum - here is the CS6 version (https://edex.adobe.com/resource/8392b8e4a0/). For CC version we went a bit further and within each project created smaller activities. Perhaps using these activities would help you teach working with background and text color: Getting Started with Dreamweaver, Inserting Content in Dreamweaver, Design Principles, and Analyzing websites.

Cheers,
The AEE Team

Fran Staniec

Posted on 3/8/13 3:58:18 PM Permalink

When I try to download the file Digital Design CS6: Foundations of Web design I get the file for Digital Video: Foundations of Video Design and Production. I cannot seem to find the file for Foundations of Web Design anywhere. Any help would be much appreciated.

Adobe Education

Posted on 1/14/13 12:43:40 AM Permalink

@ali - sorry but we do not have a French version at this time.

~Adobe Education

ali rah

Posted on 1/13/13 9:43:40 PM Permalink

Hello and thank you for the pdf. But is there a French version ?

thanks in advance

Carroll Glass

Posted on 1/7/13 11:04:09 AM Permalink

Very welcome

Just tried it again, any idea when this will be back to a readable PDF file?

sejal pariyani

Posted on 1/6/13 1:50:55 PM Permalink

tnanks a lot:)

Carroll Glass

Posted on 1/5/13 9:29:11 AM Permalink

It downloads as a 9.9MB file and when opened it is a one page document with this information: "To view this PDF portfolio, please save this file to your desktop and open with Acrobat 9 or Adobe Reader 9, or later. And a boxed dialog link to "Get Adobe Reader Now!

Where are the more correct links than these on this page?

Sydney Bassett

Posted on 12/26/12 6:31:24 PM Permalink

I am having the same problem, file is damaged and cannot be repaired.

Bill LaBranche

Posted on 12/11/12 12:17:46 AM Permalink

Same message when I try to open the file in Adobe Reader X. "There was an error opening this document. the file is damaged and could not be repaired.

Any other Ideas?

Adobe Education

Posted on 12/11/12 12:04:09 AM Permalink

@ Bill and Peter,

We've reuploaded the file so hopefully this solves the problem.

Best,

Adobe Education

Bill LaBranche

Posted on 12/10/12 3:42:08 PM Permalink

Just downloaded it again and it still says that the file is corrupted and cannot be opened.

Peter Erikson

Posted on 12/10/12 3:19:28 AM Permalink

File doesn't download, no matter what you do. Can't click on the file, can't right click and save to the computer. The file is corrupted.

Adobe Education

Posted on 12/9/12 11:35:57 PM Permalink

@Bill

I just downloaded it and it worked fine. Can you try to right or ctrl-click the file again and save to your computer and see if it works. If not please let us know and we will troubleshoot further. Sorry for the trouble you are having.

~Adobe Education

Bill LaBranche

Posted on 12/4/12 7:38:22 PM Permalink

I have downloaded the file Learn_Dreamweaver_CS6 PDF to my hardrive and when I try to open the PDF file is says that the file is damaged and cannot be repaired.

kamal chotai

Posted on 10/12/12 4:19:05 AM Permalink

i have downloaded the pdf for dreamweaver and it is working fine. :)

Anandan Subramani

Posted on 9/11/12 4:43:14 AM Permalink

Thank you Adobe Education, It is fine now to download. Normally such links after a click shall open a window to save the document giving an option to choose destination folder. Please do that kind of link.

Anandan

Adobe Education

Posted on 9/10/12 12:44:41 PM Permalink

@ Anandan

This file is a PDF portfolio and is not viewable in an Internet browse. You need to save the file to your computer and open with the free Adobe Reader software. To save a PDF file in the Adobe Education Exchange, right-click or Control-click on the file link and click Save File As. Select the destination where you which to save the file.

Best,

~Adobe Education

Anandan Subramani

Posted on 9/10/12 8:58:04 AM Permalink

The link to download "Learn_Dreamweaver_CS6.pdf" is not working.

mado s

Posted on 9/1/12 5:12:55 PM Permalink

I really appreciate that , thanks .

SAQiB .

Posted on 8/18/12 8:11:44 AM Permalink

I have just downloaded Learn_Dreamweaver_CS6 PDF file, later i will read it then after that i can better comments. I am using Dreamweaver since last year and i have good experience with this product. It is really wonderful program to create a professional website template. I am also use Corel Draw Graphic Suite X6 and tried its web creating application. But I experienced that Adobe Dreamweaver is best program it is very easy to use. If anyone want to try Corel’s Web Creating Application then visit http://coreltutorials.com/buy-corel-draw.html

Omondi Newton

Posted on 6/27/12 8:49:45 AM Permalink

 This is wonderful,user friendly and very helpful.