This is a guide on using Dreamweaver to build your own website. You will need Dreamweaver 8 or above. If you do not have Dreamweaver on your computer, there are computer labs with Dreamweaver at locations around campus, including the library and Academic & Research Technologies.
Every effort was made to make these instructions accessible to users without any Dreamweaver experience, but this site is no substitute for an in-depth course or book on Dreamweaver. If you have suggestions for how we can improve these instructions, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about Dreamweaver, HR Training and Development offers Dreamweaver training.
Adobe Contribute Tips
#1: To create a line break without a line space, hold the shift key as you tap the "Enter" key.
#2: Need to indent a single line, or one or more paragraphs, of text? Use the indent button (see image) NOT the space bar. Why? Because using the spacebar will result in a string of non-breaking spaces that could size differently on different browsers, resulting in a ragged left margin, or create awkward and unnatural sentence wrapping.
Detailed information about using Contribute is also available on this site.