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I am just trying to lean myself how to use Dreamweaver so that I can do a website for the scout group that I run. Does anybody have any really good tips for me on how to do things or any really good help wesites that I could check Please..

I have dabled and think I have got the basics to grasp now but I am unsure how to make it look pretty good with links and things..

I would love any advice or help on this...

Thanks
Didzy

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I am just trying to lean myself how to use Dreamweaver so that I can do a website for the scout group that I run. Does anybody have any really good tips for me on how to do things or any really good help wesites that I could check Please..

I have dabled and think I have got the basics to grasp now but I am unsure how to make it look pretty good with links and things..

I would love any advice or help on this...

Thanks
Didzy

you can start with

http://www.macromedia.com/support/dreamweaver/

http://www.macromedia.com/support/dreamweaver/tutorial_index.html

http://www.sitebuilder.ws/dreamweaver/tutorials/

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Hi there -join the club!! Haved used dreamweaver many times, right now I personally find it kind of confusing and I do not have blond cells. I checked out the prog, it's great, hard to use at first... keep going -- I mus stick to Microsoft F/Page and I use a mac...Good luck!!

I am just trying to lean myself how to use Dreamweaver so that I can do a website for the scout group that I run. Does anybody have any really good tips for me on how to do things or any really good help wesites that I could check Please..

I have dabled and think I have got the basics to grasp now but I am unsure how to make it look pretty good with links and things..

I would love any advice or help on this...

Thanks
Didzy

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Thanks for all the help and tips guys..

Hi there, I havent been on dani's site in a long while, but while im here just scouting out the areas, Id figure I drop a line or two.

Dreamweaver is easy to use. You have three levels you can use it for.

Level 1: Most use dreamweaver to write there programs and scripts manuelly but source views. Windows Apps., Web Scripts, Database and so on.

Level 2: Some love to use it to do both view, drag-n-drop and Css Designs and more in this area.

and finally, Level 3: Very few likes to use it for straight up designs after customs using Photoshop and or Fireworks, they would use DW to see their designs and apply/integrate their scripts into the designs they make/made. OR using Levels 1 and or 2.

Any of this makes sense? Well I sure do hope so. I mean, Dreamweaver after all is a robust and powerful Application for designers and coders out there like myself. I like it also in DW2004MX because you can work straight up from your FTP instead of saving it on your desktop or some other folder. I mean, you would still save it in some other folder, but thats just part of the configuring settings upon connections with dreamweaver2004.

I hope this review is helpful to you all. Drop a line or two sometime on my site, there will be extentions for dreamweaver, fireworks and much more there also, tutorials, discussions, you name it. www.novamods.com #1 ;)

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Hi there-

I have been using DW as a professional designer for several years and I found the best way to learn new software is to just start using it. you can always use the design mode (for people like myself it is easier to see things visually) and then use the code view to learn some of the html. So my advice would be to jsut start using it!

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