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Dreamweaver CS6 Webinar Series Begins January 11, 2013

Myra Rhodes - Sunday, November 25, 2012

Everyone’s E-Learning is in the business of helping others learn how to create, not just a website, but an online business.

Back by popular demand, we are offering the entire Dreamweaver CS6 course via a series of webinars. We will be presenting the entire course from 'soup to nuts' via webinar beginning on Thursday January 11th at 10:00am Pacific time.

The Dreamweaver CS6 Level One course takes you by the hand, creating sites in Dreamweaver. In addition you will learn about formatting HTML documents, adding browsers and working with images, linking, creating tables (we'll introduce CSS in Level 2) and some time saving tools that will assist you in your web design workflow.

In week one, we will cover the first chapter of Level One: Chapter One – Getting Started
In this chapter we will take a tour of the Dreamweaver CS6 interface. We will create three web sites within Dreamweaver that you will work with throughout the course. Once the sites are created, you will save an index.html file to the local root of each site. If you’re not sure what a local root or an index file is now, you will by the end of Chapter One. If you already know what a local root and an index file is, you will learn some best practices and how to best organize your site from the get go!

This is a hands-on webinar that you really need to experience to appreciate.

To participate in Day One, (January 10th, 2013 - 10:00am Pacific time), please click here. It costs you nothing to get your feet wet. Day One is on us!

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