The latest update to Adobe Dreamweaver CC includes a rich set of tutorials available directly inside the app. Not only are the tutorials aesthetically engaging, they provide meaningful, relevant content for established and aspiring web designers.
Learn web design directly inside Dreamweaver CC
These tutorials are broken down into isolated topics consisting of between two and ten steps. Coupled with downloadable starter files they allow you to focus on the topic at hand and accomplish the tasks quickly with a high guarantee of success.
The Getting Started series
This group of tutorials helps new designers learn the fundamentals of web design. It covers the phases of a web design project beginning with the planning stages all the way through publishing to the web (click the thumbnails below to view the series).
Custom tips and techniques
Once you have the fundamentals down, check out the Tips & Techniques tab for some advanced topics and web design extras such as how to center a website, create CSS-based navigation menus, build a portfolio gallery, and more (Figure 2).
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Tour of new features
The Dreamweaver team has done a lot of work over the years to add features to help web designers. You can now pull web design code and assets directly from Photoshop comps, start a web project from responsive starter templates, enhance your designs with rich typography, and more. To see the history of these new features and how to use them, visit the New Features tab in the Dreamweaver welcome screen (Figure 3).
Check daily for new content!
Be sure to update to the latest version of Dreamweaver CC and check often; new tutorials will be available on a daily basis. Also, check out our Learn & Support page for the full offering of tutorials, help topics, and support resources.