Friday, July 30, 2010

Editing Your Web Page in Dreamweaver

Now the fun begins — filling your image with content. ImageReady creates an HTML file you can hand code, or you can simply open your HTML file in your favorite web editing program and add your content just like you would a word processing document.
Although we’ve used Dreamweaver throughout this book for our web editing, you can use various programs, including FrontPage and GoLive. You could even use Notepad if you so wanted. The choice is up to you.
  1. Fire up Dreamweaver. Then, open your Simeon_home.html page. Your screen should look like figure below.

  2. Add various text within your page. Remember to use a sans-serif font like Verdana. Also, a gray font works nicely in breaking up the white space. Add some text — whatever the client wants.
In this tutorial:
  1. Designing a Modern Web Page Style
  2. The Simeon Software Group
  3. Creating the Navigation Bar Layer
  4. Creating a Watermark Layer
  5. Adding Menus to the Navigational Bar
  6. Creating Colored Menu Selections
  7. Adding Photos to Your Web Page
  8. Editing your Web Page in Dreamweaver 
  9. Creating Background Images
  10. Silver and Backgrounds


  1. I'm quite certain 1999 is looking for its web design.

    What is this...I don't even...

  2. I also used dreamweaver very helpful software .