In this course you will learn how to create a basic website using Phohoshop and Dreamweaver. You will be able to use Photoshop to create a design for your website and use Dreamweaver to organise the content and make the website fully functional. The website will contain 5 pages : Home, About me, Services, Portfolio and Contact and all the images and support materials are provided. By the end of this course you will be able to make a basic website and put it Live.
To see the website you will make goto: http://www.webcoursesshowcase.com/beginners/index.html
Learn how to use Slicing tool on Photoshop and save slices for the web that later can be edited and resized in Photoshop.
Choosing the right image format
Which image format to choose checklist
Homepage psd without slices
An extra file if you want to try out your slicing skills on more than one PSD.
Learn how to do basic HTML coding in Dreamweaver and use it to edit your page content.
Worksheet on Tags and Sections on a web page
Introduction to HTML
Homepage HTML file
Learn how to use CSS code to style your webpage and attach it to HTML file
Final website files
Styling your website with CSS
How to use Filezilla software and link for download
For example when a designer sends you a PSD how to get information like font-size, colours, gradients, padding, margin and even opacity. All is covered in new bonus video. Hope you enjoy and thank you again for all the wonderful reviews.
Carl is the founder ofand a UX consultant for the United Nations. At Web Courses Carl teaches Web Design and Online Marketing to people from all around the world. He has been designing websites for over 16 years and is passionate about creating usable designs and creative online marketing strategies for WCB and their clients.
Accessibility is a big passion of Carl's and has spoken at UN conferences on Inclusive Business around South East Asia. Recently he has been invited to give Social Media Marketing advise to UNAIDS as part of a new Asia campaign.
When not UX`ing, HTML'ing or teaching there is nothing more Carl likes than a blank canvas on Adobe Photoshop, a tool he has been using since version 3.0!