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Is there any great online course about Dreamweaver?

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I am looking to design the website of Failory, my company, in which we interview [link removed by moderator] failed startup owners, on Dreamweaver. I have already bought it and explore the features. But I need to gain more knowledge. Can you please recommend me some online courses?

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If they are teaching courses they might want to build a page that actually works correctly. Keep zooming in on that InLearning page and see what happens to the text in those little boxes advertising the courses.........absolutely terrible.

I hate having to continuously uncover inempt coding but it sucks even more when its a site which professes to offer to teach unsuspecting people how to code properly.....the mind boggles as to what they might be taught if it is their 'flagship' page.

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Is there any great online course about Dreamweaver?

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I am looking to design the website of Failory, my company, in which we interview [link removed by moderator] failed startup owners, on Dreamweaver. I have already bought it and explore the features. But I need to gain more knowledge. Can you please recommend me some online courses?

https://forums.adobe.com/people/Nancy+OShea  wrote

In Dreamweaver > Help > Learn Dreamweaver

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Also on LinkedIn

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If they are teaching courses they might want to build a page that actually works correctly. Keep zooming in on that InLearning page and see what happens to the text in those little boxes advertising the courses.........absolutely terrible.

I hate having to continuously uncover inempt coding but it sucks even more when its a site which professes to offer to teach unsuspecting people how to code properly.....the mind boggles as to what they might be taught if it is their 'flagship' page.

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What are you using currently?

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web Design & Publishing

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Hello Nico,

as an addition or as a first aid, I'll send you some links to websites I tried to learn somethin about using DW: Here we are:

Adobe made available: Project overview and site setup |

and here you will find many examples with the possibility to "try" your own "fantasy" W3Schools Online Web Tutorials

another fine course is described there Dynamic Drive DHTML(dynamic html) & JavaScript code library

and not to forget Nancy's own helperside Alt-Web Tutorials - https://alt-web.com/

Hans-Günter

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Hi. There are a lot of great courses about web design and Dreamweaver in www.lynda.com

Marlon Ceballos.

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In Dreamweaver > Help > Learn Dreamweaver

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premium products linked in... aren't they Lynda.com content ?

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Yes, is the same content. You can get a Lynda subscription or a premium LinkedIn subscription.

Marlon Ceballos.

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right... there is also a french/german/spanish section from Lynda.com... that is on video2brain.com

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https://forums.adobe.com/people/Nancy+OShea  wrote

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If they are teaching courses they might want to build a page that actually works correctly. Keep zooming in on that InLearning page and see what happens to the text in those little boxes advertising the courses.........absolutely terrible.

I hate having to continuously uncover inempt coding but it sucks even more when its a site which professes to offer to teach unsuspecting people how to code properly.....the mind boggles as to what they might be taught if it is their 'flagship' page.

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