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Discussion in 'Webmaster Tutorials' started by Yondu, Oct 19, 2017.

  1. Yondu

    Yondu Administrator Staff Member SITE ADMINISTRATOR

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    How to create a HTML website using Adobe Dreamweaver CS6


    Step 1:

    Install Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 , you can find cracks for the full version or you could pay for it to commit to the company that makes the software for you to use.

    Step 2:

    Once installed, now start up the program. When you have go onto the menu screen like this below.


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    Under "Create New", Click "More".

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    You now can see 3 columns with the types of templates and sample etc, Language types html, php, css, java etc and the layout of the design.
    Step 3:
    Click the 2 column liquid, right sidebar, header and footer option under Layout.
    You should see a page like this when you have clicked it.


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    Step 4:

    Now go to your desktop on your computer and create a folder with a name with your site for example "FanCraft".

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    Save this by clicking File > Save As > Select your folder on your desktop > Then name as index <

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    Step 5:
    Create another folder in your website and call it Images, you will place your images for your site inside of this folder.


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    All the images you want to have on your site, you save into that folder only or else your site would look messed and not organised!

    Step 6:
    Once you have saved all your images, you have then completely nearly done with the introduction to creating a website! - You can edit the texts by clicking them and adding the images by clicking the insert button. I will do another tutorial later on how to link pages on your simple website,
     
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  2. MidnightOwl

    MidnightOwl New Member New Member

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    What about Adobe Muse? Do you suggest it, or "forever Dreamweaver"? :)
     
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  3. TXi

    TXi New Member New Member

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    i still using dreamweaver, muse will be discontinue till 2020
    so, i dont recommended using muse
     
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