Dreamweaver CS6 tutorial: Creating a mobile layout | lynda.com



This Dreamweaver tutorial shows how to ensure your new web site displays correctly on mobile devices and tablets with Live View, media queries, and some CSS styling. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Dreamweaver-tutorials/Creating-First-Web-Site-Dreamweaver-CS6/100224-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-bus-3ThBL2BW1js.

This tutorial is a single movie from the fourth chapter of the Creating a First Web Site with Dreamweaver CS6 course by Paul Trani. The complete course is 2.75 hours long and shows how to easily create a brand-new web site from the ground up with the industry-leading web authoring tool Adobe Dreamweaver CS6. The tutorials demonstrate how to create a responsive HTML5 web site that works across multiple browsers and devices, complete with rich imagery and text, a robust portfolio, video content, and even a contact form

Creating a First Web Site with Dreamweaver CS6 table of contents:
Introduction
1. Understanding Web Site Design
2. Creating a Web Page
3. Stylizing Content
4. Creating a Flexible Layout
5. Adding Navigation and Pages
6. Adding a Portfolio
7. Using Content from Other Sources
8. Creating a Contact Form
9. Testing and Uploading
Conclusion

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19 thoughts on “Dreamweaver CS6 tutorial: Creating a mobile layout | lynda.com”

  1. <h1>Haters gonna hate</h1>
    Ignore lisbeth… everyone talks different, in my opinion, this is a <strong>tutorial</strong> and she says the words very clearly, which is the purpose of a tutorial, so it's good…
    <small>P.S. quit now if a "narrators" voice has the power to make you want to quit.. something so little like that, your making a big deal out of it… don't like it don't watch, simple.</small>

  2. you need to add a special meta tag that kills the mobiles browser from scaling large websites since I cant post html here you will go here hongkiat.com/blog/responsive-for-mobile-screens/

  3. Urgent- I'm trying to make my dreamweaver site accessible for mobile devices. On a lot of sites there is the "reader" button in the URL which takes the page to a simple black and white PDF form. How do I do this for my site?

  4. Hello Lynda…
    I'm just experimenting with this, and I just applied it to a website,. It works well when I change the size of the browser on a computer, but when I try it on my iphone, it doesn't…

    Any clues about what could be the problem?

    Thanks.

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