Dreamweaver Day 3: Fluid Grid Layouts, Forms & Spry Widgets

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Class Details

Price per person:$395
Length of class:one day
Version covered:CC 2017


This one-day class teaches you how to create responsive design web pages using Dreamweaver's Fluid Grid Layouts. You will also learn how to create forms that validate entries with Spry validation and insert hierarchical menus and tabbed panels. Finally, you will understand key web design and search engine optimization strategies that will make your sites accessible and help put them at the top of the search results lists. By the end of the class, you will upload your completed site to a live web server so you can show off what you have built.


This class is ideally suited for people with basic computing skills and experience browsing the World Wide Web. Knowledge of HTML is helpful but not required.


Fluid Grid Layouts
- Multi-screen design considerations
- Setting up a fluid grid layout
- Adding content into fluid grids

Creating Forms
- Form processing options
- Creating a form
- Applying Spry validation widgets

Enhancing Pages with Spry UI Widgets
- Creating a hierarchical Spry menu bar
- Using tabbed and collapsible panels

Testing, Maintenance, and Uploading
- Adding meta keywords and description
- Checking accessibility, links and browser compatibility
- Uploading files to a remote site
- Synchronizing site files

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