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Wed 05/08/09 at 16:41
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"How Ironic"
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Got DreamWeaver CS4 to build my website with. Have not got a clue where to start. Wondering if anyone knows where to get a decent guide to teach me the basics? Thanks.
Thu 06/08/09 at 13:27
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"How Ironic"
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Warhunt wrote:
> No prob Chris, is nice to get someone else on the TF.

I am in unchartered territory :P
Thu 06/08/09 at 13:00
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"Freeola Ltd"
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Hmmm... wrote:
> ncrs wrote:
> Theres a short guide to the basics here
>
>
> My First Dreamweaver Site
( just getting you started
> really).
>
>
> That's a bit like the page in Warhunt's earlier post?! :P


That's because it is the same page :D

No prob Chris, is nice to get someone else on the TF.
Thu 06/08/09 at 12:51
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"How Ironic"
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Thanks for the help everyone :) Will be sure to post any questions here :D
Thu 06/08/09 at 10:27
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"Are you sure?"
Posts: 5,000
ncrs wrote:
> Theres a short guide to the basics here
>
>
> My First Dreamweaver Site
( just getting you started
> really).


That's a bit like the page in Warhunt's earlier post?! :P




NB. The HELP pages in DW are pretty useful as well (F1)...



[s]Hmmm...[/s]
Thu 06/08/09 at 10:14
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Posts: 120
Theres a short guide to the basics here

My First Dreamweaver Site ( just getting you started really).
Thu 06/08/09 at 10:05
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"Ctrl, Alt, Woof"
Posts: 212
Hi Sonic (or can I just call you Chris)?

I don't have any guides but I've used Dreamweaver to build my sites for more years than I care to remember. I currently have CS4 so if you have any 'how do i...' or 'what the flip is going on when I do this...' sort of questions then ask away and I'l see if I can offer advice.

JTD
Thu 06/08/09 at 08:11
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Posts: 28
I use online training courses quite a bit - very quick to get up to speed on most things. You can sign up for one that I use here:

APEX

You can also view some of the initial chapters free before you decide to see if you like the method.

Others include Total Training but the apex one you can pay monthly and cancel as soon as you like.
Wed 05/08/09 at 20:26
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"How Ironic"
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The SiteBuilder is just an optional add-on, although because i was taken straight to it, i presumed it was just part of the package and i had to use it. Apparently not.
Wed 05/08/09 at 19:14
Staff Moderator
"Freeola Ltd"
Posts: 3,299
[i]Hmmm... wrote:
> I thought your non-Freeola site(!) was using a dodgy website
> 'builder' that wouldn't let you upload images? ;)


Haha was thinking the same.
Wed 05/08/09 at 19:03
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"Are you sure?"
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I thought your non-Freeola site(!) was using a dodgy website 'builder' that wouldn't let you upload images? ;)


How have you changed to DreamWeaver?
Are we going to get to know the URL of your creation? :)




[s]Hmmm...[/s]

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