Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 Level 1

1 Day Course

Book Now - 1 Delivery Method Available:

Classroom Virtual Classroom Private Group - Virtual Self-Paced Online


This course is intended for novice web designers, web developers, website designers, and graphic artists with some programming background who need to build simple websites and want to utilise the features of Adobe Dreamweaver CS5.

Training Partners

We work with the following best of breed training partners using our bulk buying power to bring you a wider range of dates, locations and prices.


Collapse all

Lesson 1: Getting Started with Dreamweaver (4 topics)

  • Topic 1A: Identify the Basic Concepts of Web Design
  • Topic 1B: Locate Dreamweaver Interface Elements
  • Topic 1C: Customize the Interface

Lesson 2: Initiating a Website (5 topics)

  • Topic 2A: Identify the Elements of a Project Plan
  • Topic 2B: Determine the Workflow of a Web Project
  • Topic 2C: Define a Website
  • Topic 2D: Create a Document

Lesson 3: Designing Web Pages (8 topics)

  • Topic 3A: An Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets
  • Topic 3B: Format a Web Page
  • Topic 3C: Identify Copyright and Citation Requirements
  • Topic 3D: Insert Images
  • Topic 3E: Insert Tables
  • Topic 3F: Import Data from Other Applications
  • Topic 3G: Organize Files and Folders

Lesson 4: Creating Reusable Site Assets (5 topics)

  • Topic 4A: Create and Use Library Items
  • Topic 4B: Update Library Items
  • Topic 4C: Use Snippets
  • Topic 4D: Create a Template

Lesson 5: Working with Links (6 topics)

  • Topic 5A: Create Hyperlinks
  • Topic 5B: Create Anchors
  • Topic 5C: Create Email Links
  • Topic 5D: Create Image Maps
  • Topic 5E: Create Image Link Rollovers

Lesson 6: Uploading a Website (1 topic)

  • Topic 6B: Upload Files onto a Site


Use a mouse Type and use a keyboard Navigate through Windows files and folders Work with Windows minimise, maximise, open and close Use a web browser (Internet Explorer or similar) address bar, forward, back and refresh buttons Knowledge of HTML, XHTML and CSS an advantage, but not mandatory

Course PDF


Share this Course


Recommend this Course