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• Activity 2.1 Guide: How to set up a local root folder and site structure
• Activity 2.1 Worksheet: The Dreamweaver interface
• Activity 2.1 Guide: The Dreamweaver interface
• Activity 2.1 Guide: Working with text and images
• Activity 2.1 Guide: How to create a basic table
• Activity 2.1 Worksheet: The Dreamweaver Insert bar
• Activity 2.1 Guide: The Dreamweaver Insert bar
• Activity 2.2 Worksheet: Analyzing websites
• Activity 2.3 Guide: Digital Design file list
• Activity 2.3 Guide: Student portfolios
• Activity 2.3 Guide: How to plan a portfolio
• Activity 2.4 Guide: Naming conventions
• Activity 2.4 Worksheet: File management folders
• Activity 2.4 Worksheet: File management
• Activity 2.5 Guide: Planning a home page
• Activity 2.6 Guide: How to lay out a web page with CSS
• Activity 2.7 Guide: Creating consistent content pages
• Activity 2.7 Guide: How to set document properties
• Activity 2.7 Guide: How to create lists
• Activity 2.7 Guide: How to add text from another document
• Activity 2.7 Guide: How to import spreadsheet tables
• Activity 2.8 Guide: How to create links
• Activity 2.9 Worksheet: Usability
• Activity 2.9 Worksheet: Accessibility
• Activity 2.10 Guide: How to create buttons and navigation bars
• Activity 2.11 Guide: How to check links
• Activity 2.13 Guide: How to publish web files
• Activity 2.13 Guide: Managing files and links by using the files panel
• Activity 2.14 Guide: HTML tags

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Resource: http://www.adobe.com/education/resources/k12/instructional/digitaldesign/pdfs/ddcg_cs3_unit2_student_guides.pdf
Posted By : Sheryl
On date : 11.26.09

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