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Make a Website Part 3of4

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  • Type: Video Tutorial
  • Length: 15:15
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  • Size: 125 MB
  • Posted: 03/25/2009

This lesson is part 3 of how to make a website. You will learn how to add some style to your content as well as getting into some interface features in Dreamweaver. Continue to part 4 of this lesson. For the full Web Design course, please visit Knowledgeocity.com

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David Wang
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Recent Reviews

Nopic_tan
Exactly what I needed!
04/29/2009
~ brittanie

I am currently making my own online portfolio and keep getting stuck in Dreamweaver. I am trying to create a style sheet but since my changes are only to a few pages I should have just done this tutorial instead! After watching this video I also learned how to navigate between code view, design view and split view, use font styles to manipulate text, center-align the page by changing the default html, understand default font lists versus custom font lists, create custom font list, utilize <a href> tags, and create <span class> tags to format text without touching the css!

Nopic_tan
Exactly what I needed!
04/29/2009
~ brittanie

I am currently making my own online portfolio and keep getting stuck in Dreamweaver. I am trying to create a style sheet but since my changes are only to a few pages I should have just done this tutorial instead! After watching this video I also learned how to navigate between code view, design view and split view, use font styles to manipulate text, center-align the page by changing the default html, understand default font lists versus custom font lists, create custom font list, utilize <a href> tags, and create <span class> tags to format text without touching the css!

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