Yes I do know how to work with Dreamweaver to an extent (sadly I'm no Web Designer/Developer so I will not be able to teach advanced HTML and CSS but can provide basic stuff for the time being until I learn more advanced material)
Well I was taught in my web design classes to not use the design portion of Dreamweaver. It is known to create false html and wreck havoc on your layout and everything (this is true, since when I upload them I get weird messages on neo saying my code is messed up) XD Basically if you stick in the code section you'll be fine, just make sure to create a separate CSS document and link it to the file you're working on (or you can be lazy and have it in the same file at the beginning of the Document) I'll upload some pictures of what I am talking about sooner or later ... so busy atm XD
I HATE DREAMWEAVER *CRY*
Or any drag and drop program for that manner. I'm sad they're teaching you that. Graphic design is my minor and I want to do web development/design for my career... Anyways sorry @[email protected] /end rant
GL & that's very nice of you haha.
L A U R E N
"Live as if you were to die tomorrow.
Learn as if you were to live forever." ~ Gandhi
lol I actually love dreamweaver! so much better than having to put my code in a text document XD Whats your major? (is it Web Design?):3
I will show a basic how to for dreamweaver this weekend, since I have 2 projects due this week and I am scurrying to have them finished (both by tomorrow lol) One is going to be an animation done by Indesign, and the other is to be a record cover... (*sigh* so expensive too... printing costs are going to kill me)