Dreamweaver Tutorial – HTML & CSS website Layout

Dreamweaver Tutorial - HTML & CSS website Layout

Welcome, This is part one of the tutorial series on how to create a full website only using html and css. People often over complicate this stuff so I’m going to break it down as easily as I can. There will be a lot of parts to this website creation so there will always be something new to learn. Of course I will be using Photoshop CS4 to make the images I need but any program will do, eg. GIMP (free). – Make sure to Subscribe and follow along with the course : bit.ly – My Website: zetutorials.tk – What are Div Tags www.youtube.com – Part 2 (our main body and footer): www.youtube.com — How to make a website layout Dreamweaver CS3 CS4 CS5 tutorial CSS and HTML coding Dreamweaver and Photoshop website div tags explained how to style a website create a website in css and html free — Extra Info: I am using Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 to complete this website but you can use any other word editor ie. Notepad. However I do recommend NotePad++ because it is designed for coding. If you are lazy and want a website up and running quickly then I do offer a cheap service. I am probably the cheapest around that can offer professional websites. You can check that out at zetutorials.tk. My goal is to bring people along with me and make sure that everyone can learn, If you get lost at any stage, or just have a question, just leave a comment. I answer all comments Thanks to SonyVegasPro1 and NutsBrettProductions for my intreoooo! 🙂 THUMPS UP 🙂 OR DOWN 🙁
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12 responses to “Dreamweaver Tutorial – HTML & CSS website Layout”

  1. yukipaul8 says:

    Thank you so much!!!

  2. Yassersellam says:

    You shouldn’t of refered to your last tutorial because that will confuse people

  3. reillyfeatherstone says:

    did you know you dont have to type in

    margin-left:auto;
    margin-right:auto;

    you can type this instead

    margin:auto;

    its easier and it does work

  4. xPaintedxHeartx says:

    This tutorial is great ! 🙂 I’m studying now html and css but i don’t have any idea what everything does or so on. We just copy everything that it says on a paper.. This really helped me! Thanks ! Going to continue watching this ! 🙂

  5. Chris Tian says:

    Very excellent video , just as you said most people over complicate thing’s (as i was doing) i came across your video and you explained it perfectly and very noob-friendly.

    Great video’s 🙂

  6. MrHanz3n says:

    I just started over.I forgot a semicolon in the stylesheet

  7. moogle301 says:

    Let me know if you figure out why. I’ll be trying to fix it myself soon.

  8. MrHanz3n says:

    same here

  9. tattyboo83 says:

    what song is playing at the start of the video?

  10. Mertt03 says:

    oeps i found it designer view should be classic view

  11. Mertt03 says:

    jee man i dont have the toolbar “common,layout,forms,data,spry,InContent,editing,Text,favourites”
    i cant find it. How come? Im using Cs5.5 could this be the reason?

  12. donxqx says:

    I just worship you. I hope the series is finished just seen this episode but thanks to you I will be able to complete my college project within one night, without further study. How lazy am I?
    #subscribed.

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