Dreamweaver training course for beginners, teaching key techniques for creating stunning new websites and maintaining existing websites.
Adobe Dreamweaver gives you faster, easier ways to design, code and publish websites and web applications that look amazing on any size screen.
Our Introduction to Dreamweaver course introduces the powerful capabilities of Dreamweaver. You learn how to:
- Quickly and easily design and build a professional website.
- Use CSS to layout and manage your website.
- Create, edit and optimise graphics to incorporate into your website design.
- Connect your website to the Internet, and upload and maintain your website files.
This course is ideal for new and novice website designers.
Introduction to Dreamweaver training is available on-request only, i.e. one-to-one training or a ‘closed’ course for your group. We don’t currently offer scheduled (public) Dreamweaver courses.
We can host the training at one of our centres, or your venue anywhere in the UK.
The training can be tailored to take into account any existing knowledge you have, and the work you’re going to be doing in Dreamweaver.
Accredited Dreamweaver training
Armada is an Adobe Authorised Training Centre (AATC), accredited by Adobe to provide Dreamweaver training.
Dreamweaver training is hosted by an Adobe Certified Instructor, who is an expert in the application, with vast professional website development experience.
How will I learn?
Dreamweaver training is hands-on and practical. You learn by creating your own fully functioning website from scratch, covering all related topics along the way.
There is plenty of time to ask questions, and you can take away all the files you create.
Training guide and certificate
Course delegates receive:
- A comprehensive training guide for Dreamweaver, to refer to throughout the course, and to use as a refresher afterwards.
- An e-certificate confirming successful completion of an Adobe‑accredited Dreamweaver training course. Click here to see an example of the certificate you receive.
After course support
Following Dreamweaver training, delegates are entitled to 30 days’ email support from their Dreamweaver trainer to help with any post-course issues. For further details, see Support.
No prior Adobe Dreamweaver knowledge is necessary.
Training can be based on any version of Dreamweaver to suit you.
Standard course times are 9.30am–4.30pm.
As we’d be hosting this as a ‘closed course’ for you/your group, there’s usually flexibility to change these times to suit you, e.g. start or end 30 minutes earlier or later.
Payment for Dreamweaver training can be made bank transfer or card.
We accept purchase orders from UK-registered companies.
If you’re self-funding your training, you can pay in staged payments, interest-free, over 12 months.
For further details, see training course payment options.
Cancellations and postponements
If an on-request Introduction to Dreamweaver course booking is cancelled giving less than 20 working days’ notice, a cancellation fee is payable. View cancellation terms.
If an on-request Introduction to Dreamweaver course booking is postponed giving less than 20 working days’ notice, a postponement fee is payable. View postponement terms.
Terms and conditions
- The Dreamweaver interface
- Customising the Dreamweaver workspace
- Setting up preview in web browsers
- Opening web pages
HTML and CSS basics
- Basics of HTML
- Basics of CSS
- Creating an HTML page from scratch
- DocType explained
- Styling a page with HTML
Working with CSS
- Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) explained
- Introduction to CSS3 new features
- Creating a page with CSS
- Customising the layout of a web page
- Adding content
Working with images
- Using images on a Web Page
- Floating images and text around them
- Resizing images
- Modifying images with Dreamweaver
- Modifying images with Photoshop
- Adjusting images’ brightness and contrast
- Sharpening images with Dreamweaver
Working with video
- HTML5 video explained
- Placing HTML5 video on a page
- Adding alternate video formats
Formatting pages with CSS
- Creating a stylesheet
- Formatting text with CSS
- New CSS designer
- Creating new CSS rules
- Creating new CSS classes
- Cascading explained
- Customising CSS rules
- Exporting CSS rules to external stylesheet
- Attaching external stylesheet
- Navigation as part of usability
- Creating internal links
- Creating external links
- Linking to files
- Email links
- Targeted links (named anchors)
- Navigation bars
Working with templates
- How templates work
- Creating a template
- Creating editable regions within template
- New pages from a template
- Changing templates
- Updating a site
Publishing your Website
- Testing your web pages
- Setting up website for remote connection
- Connecting to a remote site
- Uploading files to a web server
- Synchronising files with a remote server