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Jose Renteria's First Web Project

Sweetwater High School Text Image

Web Sites
Class Scehdule


This is a sample of how to create Web pages using Dreamweaver interface. Today, Thursday, September 10. 2009, I will start to learn to use the differnt commands using the Dreamweaver interface.

First, I will create an ordered to list the objectives I am learning this week. I will also learn to create a nested list, a list inside another list.

  1. Dreamweaver Interface.
    1. Panel groups.
    2. Menu bar.
    3. Insert bar.
    4. Properties Inspector panel group.
  2. File Management.
    1. Organize, save, and locate files using Windows XP.
    2. Create root folder or root directory.
    3. Create a sub-folder or sub-directory named images.
  3. Create a site definition in Dreamweaver.
    1. Create a site.
    2. Use Site > Manage Site > New > Site.
    3. Set the information where the locate files and root directory are located at.
    4. Set the information where the remote files and root directory are located at.
  4. Inserting text, images, and hyperlinks, in the Home Web page.
    1. Save the Home page as index.html.
    2. Use the Properties panel group to modify text, insert images, and hyperlinks.
    3. Use Format to change or modify the text.
    4. Use page properties button to modify the page.
    5. Use the Ordered List Button.
    6. Use the Unordered List Button.
    7. Use Link Text Window.
    8. USe Text Index or Text Outdent buttons.
    9. Use Text Color button.
    10. Use Text menu command to create a "nested" list.
      1. Click Text Indent Button > Text > List > Properties > Select type of list.
  5. Upload files and folders or directories into
  6. Download images into the inages folder or sub-directory.
  7. Create other pages and link them to the home page.
  8. Create an e-mail link.
  9. Create a bulleted list.
  10. Insert a hotizontal ruler.

Projevt: First Web Site
Web Publishing Course
Created by JR
Sweetwater High School
Last modified September 16, 2009