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This will give you a number of options for common fonts including their fallbacks in case the user browser is unable to show the primary font. You will also notice that Dreamweaver has automatically created some basic HTML markup that you can build on. Good job! Press enter. On the surface, Dreamweaver is an IDE integrated development environment. Highlight and merge the middle and right cells in the middle row. We know that these useful tutorials are updated and upgraded all the time, so we are adding new courses and tutorials as soon as possible.
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Web site titles are usually in the top left or top center. Simple layout sketch Adapted from www. For example. Most web sites have the same design characteristics on every page. Decide where you want titles. After your homepage is created. You can transfer each file separately to the remote site or transfer the entire site once you have finished working on it.
Adapted from www. Cell spacing adds space between cells. See Fig. Tables also guarantee that the location of your text and images does not change when seen on screen with different resolutions or in different Web browsers. Set Border thickness. Tables give you the option of making your page a fixed size or making it fit to the user's window the best it can. Insert the amount of Table Rows and Columns 3. To have a visible border type in 1 or higher. Set Table width to between and pixels.
They are similar to tables in Word or Excel but can be used in much more flexible ways. In the main menu. Enter 0 for no space or a number to Increase the space. Click OK. Cell padding adds room inside of a cell. Table window C. Table Properties window Adapted from www. Table Format window In the top section of this window you can format the text inside the table cell.
In the bottom section of this window you can: In the bottom section of this window Fig. Properties of Cells Inside Table Once the properties of the table have been set. Highlight the first row of cells by placing your cursor in either far left or far right cell and dragging to the other side.
This section will be used for information such as your contact info and the date the site was last updated. This section will be used for your main content. Highlight and merge the bottom row. Highlight and merge the middle and right cells in the middle row. This section will be used for the title of your page. Now you can adjust the table by clicking and dragging on the handles to make the table look more like a familiar webpage if you have problems dragging the handles you can use the Properties window to manually insert the number of pixels or percent of the table for the width and height of the cell.
Click in the cell where you want the image to appear. Dreamweaver automatically adds paragraph spacing. From here you can insert additional tables into any of the cells you want. This will let you place your text and images exactly where you want them within each section. To add a line space. All of your images should be saved in the "images" folder that you established when you started. Click Choose to insert the image. Locate the image you want to insert.
Image Properties Inspector window C. Here you can set link font. Click on the world icon located on the toolbar at the top of your page Fig. Page Properties Links window VI. Hit F Click the plus sign and type in header in the field that open. The hashtag means you are assigning an id as opposed to a class. Press enter. Then type style. When you now select Ok , a new file will appear at the top of your live view.
You can view and edit it from there. The first thing you want to do is to change the font of your heading and also centre it. For that, you first need to create a new CSS selector.
A selector is the name of an element on our page that you can assign properties to, e. Mark your H1 heading in the DOM view on the lower right like you did with the header before. Then, above that, choose CSS Designer. To create a CSS selector, click on the line where it says S electors and then click on the plus symbol.
This should automatically propose a selector to you named header h1. Quick note: That way, whatever you input as CSS is only applied to the written text only and not the header element overall. Now that you have a selector, you can assign properties to it.
If you know your way around CSS, you can simply type markup into style. For the less experienced users, Dreamweaver also makes it really easy. When you do, it will unlock a lot of additional options. With the new buttons, you can choose many CSS properties from the areas of layout, text, border and background. To change the font type, click on the Text option at the top alternatively, scroll down.
In the upcoming options, hover over font-family and click on default font. This will give you a number of options for common fonts including their fallbacks in case the user browser is unable to show the primary font. Either search for a font by name or use the many filter options on the left to narrow down your choices until you find something.
A click on any of the typefaces marks it for inclusion in Dreamweaver. Once you have done so, you can either use them directly or go to Custom Font Stacks to define your own fallback fonts.
For now, simply hit Done and then click on default fonts again. If you click on your style. The text could still look better. For that, you can also use another feature called Quick Edit. To use it, go to the code view and right click the part you want to edit.
Here, choose Quick Edit at the top. This will open the CSS associated with this element below it. Now you can input additional properties without having to search the entire style sheet file which can be very long. In order to centre the text and make it larger, add the following code to it. When typing, Dreamweaver will also make proposals for what you are trying to input, making it even easier.
Note that the text has already changed in the live view. Now, press Esc to leave quick edit and head over to the style sheet. You will find that the new CSS has been added in the appropriate place.
Dreamweaver will then give you an explanation. With what you have learned so far, you can now build a rudimentary site. For the sake of this Dreamweaver tutorial, I have done the following:. Since this is a bit advanced and not everybody will know how to do it, you can find the HTML and CSS below so you can reconstruct it for yourself. First the HTML:. I want to use this as an example to show you the next steps.
Even if it seems complicated, I put this together the same way I showed you before. How did I do all of this? Well, first of all, I am a bit more experience at building websites than you probably are. Therefore, I already have the steps in my mind on how to create a proper web page. Secondly, I am using a very useful feature that helps me speed up the process: Browser preview.
Dreamweaver allows you to view your web pages in real time in a browser and even on mobile devices. A click on one of the browser names will open your website project in it. You can also scan the QR code with your phone or tablet for example with Firefox Quantum or type the displayed address into your browser to start the live preview on your device. Just be aware, that you need to input your Adobe ID and password for that. You should have that from signing up for Dreamweaver.
Any changes you make in Dreamweaver will automatically show up in the browser at the same time you make them. How did this help me put together site faster? First of all, depending on the size of your screen, the display in the browser might be closer to the original than what you see in Dreamweaver.
They are very similar to what you see in Dreamweaver. They are more familiar to me so I can work faster with them and just copy and paste the code into my style sheet.
In order to make your website work on all devices, you need to add a so-called media queries. These are conditional CSS statements that tell browsers to apply styling only above or below certain screens sizes or on particular devices.
That way, you can change the layout on smaller screens. So far, you have only defined global styles. That means the styles that are applied to the entire site. Now you will learn how to add conditional styles for smaller screens. First, go to CSS Designer. Make sure that the file you want to add code to is selected under Sources. Hit the plus sign under media. You can define conditions for media queries e. You can also add multiple conditions with the plus sign.
With that, you are able to define custom CSS that will only apply to a certain max screen size. When you do, you can see the CSS code at the bottom. This visually represents the media query. Click it and the screen automatically jumps to that size. To correct the design for mobile, the first thing we need to do is eliminating the code that makes the two elements on the site arrange themselves next to one another. You can do this the same way you manipulated CSS before, only this time you have a media query activated while you do so.
First of all — navigate to the element in your DOM view.
From there create a new CSS selector for it. In the same way, you can change the CSS of all other elements on the page to make them all look right.
You can use the same method to adjust the layout to tablets and other sizes. Pro tip: One more thing: You can also create media queries a little more easily by using the pre-set device sizes in the bottom corner and clicking on the plus symbol on top when you have found a point where you want to add one. Once you are done with the design part, you are pretty much ready to upload the site to your server.
As mentioned at the very beginning, Dreamweaver also makes this very easy. Select your current website from the menu and choose Edit at the bottom left. In the following window, click on Servers. Input all important data to connect to your FTP server.