Dreamweaver Tutorial – Web Text Boxes in Dreamweaver 1 of 2

Dreamweaver Tutorial - Web Text Boxes in Dreamweaver 1 of 2

Host Unlimited Websites For .88 ! bit.ly Unlimited Hosting, Free Domain, MySQL, PHP, CGI, SSL, FTP, Stats, 0 google adwords, E-Commerce Included, Dreamweaver Ready, 30 Day money back guarantee Heres the short link to download the Dreamweaver Tutorial Files bit.ly Released under Creative Commons Attribute License SCOTLAND version 2.5 UK and Wales version 2.0 USA version 3.0 Included in the Download: 2 x images 1 x CSS file – finished version 1 x HTML file – finished version 1 x starting files folder named textboxes to recreate the site in Dreamweaver. (you can use the finished files if you do not want to learn how to use the web text boxes) In this Dreamweaver Tutorial you will learn how to put expanding web text boxes into your website design. We will use css and background images to create a CSS text box. We will also use CSS to position the html box. Scroll text boxes can save you so much time with your Dreamweaver website designs. A web text box can be used to house a paragraph of text or for website links. Scrolling text boxes are also great for separating content on your website. My website: www.dreamweavertutorial.co.uk Follow me www.twitter.com RSS feed: www.dreamweavertutorial.co.uk
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10 responses to “Dreamweaver Tutorial – Web Text Boxes in Dreamweaver 1 of 2”

  1. pro2comp says:

    how can i make contact form to which when a user try to connect the contact comment goes to email please sir make video on tat

  2. fidelmercedes says:

    html better

  3. MeatDrinker says:

    Free, free … free, free … free ……. free.

  4. shanet1st says:

    Hah sorrry I didnt realise there was another part – silly me 😛
    Thanks 🙂
    Great tute

  5. DreamWeaverTutorial says:

    or watch part 2 of the tutorial…

  6. shanet1st says:

    The tutorial finishes just before the end. The finished CSS you missed is:

    .box p {
    background: #ffffff none repeat scroll 0 0;
    padding: 0 10px;
    border-left: 1px solid #CCCCCC;
    border-right: 1px solid #CCCCCC;
    margin: 0;

    with border-left and border-right we are creating left and right borders.
    The first attribute (1px) is the thickness of the line. solid defines the type of line and the last attribute is the color.

    It now appears as a completed box. Play with the CSS and learn!


  7. emperorny says:

    can we apply all this aplications in one website alone, you have explained many thing but for every one you open a new page or is in the same page

  8. PalabraDeSABIDURIA says:

    how would i put a box on the right side?

  9. Luigy151 says:

    thanks for the tutorial and one thing how do you get a domain like co.uk

  10. Luigy151 says:

    Thanks for the tutorial and One thing how do you get a domain like co.uk

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