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Class on Demand Complete Training for Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 Educational Training Tutorial DVD-ROM with Sue Jenkins 99906


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  • Learn to Build Simple Websites with Dreamweaver
  • Manage Websites and Build a Navigation System
  • With Award Winning Expert Sue Jenkins
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  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches ; 3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B004EK36N0
  • Item model number: 99906
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,154 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 2, 2010

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In this training, you will learn everything you need to know to build simple websites with Dreamweaver. Lessons include topics such as how to manage sites and create new pages; insert text, graphics, tables, lists, layers, and forms; build a navigation system; add dynamic functionality with Dreamweaver's behaviors and Spry widgets; style your pages with Cascading Style Sheets; create and use templates, library items, and server-side includes; test and validate code; and publish your finished site via FTP through Dreamweaver's expanded files panel.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By DaveJ on December 3, 2010
About 15 years ago, I eeked out my first web page in an antique program called Adobe Pagemill. It was all pretty simple. Not all that much complexity stood in opposition to fairly easily picking up the tools necessary to make a web site arise out of the ether. To look at Adobe's Dreamweaver CS5 today shows how incredibly far the coding, formatting, interfacing and designing capabilities have come since that primordial time. Cyberspace isn't an abstract idea anymore. It's a tangible place where we spend much of our modern lives, depending on it more and more for carrying on with the necessities of living in the 21st Century.

So how do you get up and running and become capable of producing your own content?

Sue Jenkins' Complete Guide to Dreamweaver CS5 DVD published by Class On Demand is an easy-to-learn comprehensive video course that shows you how to use all the Dreamweaver CS5 tools necessary to publish Internet content for the whole world to see. Of the many "how-to" learning courses available for Dreamweaver training, this course for version CS5 stands out as truly superior, offering a huge range of capabilities for creating, developing, and publishing your site.

Learn everything from how to manage sites and create new pages, insert text, graphics, tables, lists, layers, and forms. See how to build a navigation system, add dynamic functionality with Dreamweaver's behaviors and Spry widgets. Style your pages with Cascading Style Sheets. Create and use templates, library items, and add Server-Side Includes (SSI's). You'll also learn how to test and validate code, and publish your finished site via FTP through Dreamweaver's expanded Files panel.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mike Giba on January 5, 2011
Over the holidays I used Sue Jenkins' Dreamweaver and Photoshop trainings from Class On Demand, and while I learned a lot from both DVDs, the most useful thing for me was to learn what I should NOT be doing!

While the Photoshop training did this by helping correct a lot of bad habits I had picked up over the years, the comprehensive Dreamweaver training concisely detailed exactly what it takes to make solid & working web designs... and it's not for me. Web design, that is.

I think this is great! Sue introduced me to the most up-to-date, current and user-accessible tool available for a graphically-oriented person to create and maintain work in an essentially code-based environment. It only took 6 hours to watch, but I spent many more hours re-watching and working through the examples provided on the tutorial disc. I learned the right language to use when discussing my desires with a real web designer. I learned what is and is not possible with current technology, and I was given the keys to look for what will become available as the new web standards begin to take effect.

After experiencing this training, I am convinced that my perfected strengths are ultimately more useful than my marginally improved weaknesses. I'm headed back to the drawing board, literally. I will be leaving the Dreamweaver stuff to professionals from now on, and when HTML5 and all the new web standards are being implemented, I will be looking to Sue Jenkins and Class On Demand to explain it all to me again!

Thank you Sue for saving me countless hours of frustration! Highly Recommended!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jeff on December 19, 2010
Being more or less a newbie to Dreamweaver (or at least a newbie to what's below the surface), I found that Sue is speaking to me and conveying the features and the processes of Dreamweaver in a completely understandable way. The speed in which I navigate Dreamweaver has gone up exponentially.

The degree to which Sue is familiar with Dreamweaver is apparent. She easily delivers her messages and points in way that is easy to follow. Overall, an excellent tool and resource.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kris on January 19, 2011
In my company, we manage 10 websites, each iwth its own set of biazrre complexities and until very recently - they've all remained a mystery to me - despite the fact that I design and manage them. I've always outsourced the coding and build-out, but as anyone whoe is reading this knows - websites change by necessity, are up for re-design constantly and need tweaking daily. Having been through Sue Jenkins' DVD on Photoshop 5 (Essential) - I braced myself to go out on the virtual limb and delve into my weak spot - web design.

While still a bit left-brained for me, I'm a 100 times better off for schooling myself through this practical, witty and extremely sharp journey through Dreamweaver. She delivers the goods in such a comprehensive, enjoyable and most importantly - unintimidating manner that I can now imagine building (and I have to admit, am now truly inspired to) a website from top to bottom myslef - rather than typically rely on someone else to realize my vision. That said, when and where I do need to contract work, I now have a pretty good handle on both the jargon and the potential for where we can go with any one project, and can now converse to that effect with confidence. That's pretty empowering, and for that I'm grateful.

Many thanks Sue Jenkins! For both this and for showing the me light with regard to Photoshop CS5 - you've much to be proud of here, and us designers and everyday hacks alike, have much to thank you for in return.
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