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Post by Salvatore Labaro on April 10 at 10:33:42 PM

Hi this slide section does not have audio

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Post by Candyce Mairs on November 12, 2015

I am sorry you are having audio issues. You will need to contact about any playback issues regarding audio or video since I am not involved in that portion of the process.

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Last reply by: Lucas Lofaro
Wed Nov 11, 2015 8:14 PM

Post by Lucas Lofaro on November 11, 2015

There seems to be an issue with the audio playback for this lesson.

How Can I Create Web Designs?

  • A web page always begins with some form of design for the page that is created using a graphics program
  • I am using Fireworks because it is an Adobe product and I have been using it for years, you can use Photoshop, or any other web graphic program that you are comfortable with
  • Once the page design is set, it must be converted into HTML and CSS
  • That process is not covered in this course but 2 separate courses available to teach you how to convert your page designs into HTML/CSS from either Fireworks or Photoshop
  • Be sure that you plan for the homepage, the inner pages and a mobile version of the website

How Can I Create Web Designs?

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

  • Intro 0:00
  • Web Page Designs 0:07
    • No Limits to Programs
    • Tranquil Travel
    • Pre-Dreamweaver Planning
    • Fireworks
    • Homepage
    • Mobile
    • InnerPages
    • Photoshop CC
    • Work With Whatever is Most Comfortable
    • Remember: Mobile and innerPages, Too