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Dreamweaver CC 2018 Crack & Keygen
Version of Keygen: v3.1.1
Release Date: 10/18/2018
MacOS, Windows 7 (64b), Windows 8 & Windows 10
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What’s new in this 2018 release?
This program is aimed at anyone, designer of static websites (without connection to databases) that wants to get the most out of Adobe’s Dreamweaver program. It has been developed starting from Dreamweaver CC 2018 version v18.0 (edition 10136) and describes in a practical way essential functions to create and publish websites according to W3C standards, which means to separate clearly the content assigned to HTML, of design and composition, assigned to CSS stylesheets.
Once the environment has been described and the site defined, the creation of web pages with standard contents will be addressed: texts, images, tables, multimedia elements, hypertext links, etc. and you can give them shape with CSS stylesheets: organization, syntax and management. The way to create forms, use the jQuery interface components and Bootstrap and take advantage of the libraries of objects and templates will also be discussed. The software helps the composition with HTML5 elements, another one initiates us in the reactive design (Responsive Web Design) so that web pages can be seen optimally on all types of screens: computers, tablets and smartphones.
Dreamweaver CC tutorial to make a web responsive
Today we are going to review some features offered by Adobe software in order to design a responsive design in at least mobile, tablet and desktop, as well as to review how to hide elements of some views with respect to others, since it will not always interest us show all content on all platforms by space themes or even design. This text assumes that you have basic knowledge about the navigation of the program, so I am not going to stop in all aspects, focusing only on those that interest me to understand this little tutorial. Also, this is not a guide, just a brief review, based on the video offered by Adobe on its website, along with other sources that I have found on the network. The objective is to offer you a writing of what others have done in English. System Requirements here.
Review of responsive design with Dreamweaver CC
Before starting we must understand that all design does not start directly with the styles. Initially we will make a conceptual map about the different sections that we are going to have, or to make it even simpler, the appearance of each page. For now, we will focus on a main page. We will use unordered lists to put on screen the elements, whether images, text or links. We will do this so that everything is listed vertically, from top to bottom, one by one. The objective is that later it is easier to float these elements and place them in space. In fact this is a very common practice: if you go to your browser, to any page, and, with the help of the conceptual menu, you hide the styles, you will see that everything is presented in an unordered list. The vignettes (the icon that looks like a black dot right next to the element) hide them with styles, along with other modifications, so we should not worry about this.
Well, once we have listed all the elements, whether text, images, links, etc, we will go to the design view of our program, or “live” if we have it in English. There we will see the changes in real time that are made on our website, but what interests me most about this interface are some icons that are in the lower right part of the window, next to the resolution.
These icons are in the form of smartphone, tablet and computer, or desktop. Thanks to these icons, our design view will change depending on what we click, showing the result adapted to the target platform. Obviously this is not based on pressing a button and stay so wide, it is our task to navigate through the three modes and modify the aspect as we are interested.
Here are several factors to consider: show an object, the space occupied and the float. Reviewing the theory of web design, we will know that we can hide or show an element thanks to the hidden property, occupy more or less space with the pixels and modify the float with the float property. Thanks to some options that Adobe software gives us, this is as simple as activating or deactivating some options.
Starting with the occupation of space, we only need to click on the element and we can resize it with the “click and drag” mechanics, that is, a box will appear with which we can increase or reduce its vertical or horizontal space.
Dreamweaver does the rest and automatically adjusts the object within the new parameters. We must do this in each view, because if we modify one we are establishing those values for the selected platform. It is our task to go view by view and modify it so that the visualization is correct. Luckily, in some cases, the changes in a view serve us for the rest, as is the case with the horizontal tablet and the desktop.
Continuing by the flotation, this is interesting since when we resize the object it is very likely that we will have spaces without content on the sides.
To make a float and to adapt to the rest we must select the object in question and we will see that we see a box with several icons in the lower part: a crossed out eye, an arrow, two superimposed rectangles and a wastebasket. For the flotation we need to click on the arrow, which activates them. If at any time we wish to revert the changes, pressing again will cancel the flotation. As with the resizing, we must go sight by sight making the object float according to our design needs.
Finally, hide objects. This feature we will need especially for the mobile phone, or vertical views in general. The reason is that in this way of vision we want to maximize the space, so secondary information such as the credits of the page or even social networks we can leave it aside, giving priority to the content of the web.
We must take into account one thing for that and that is that hiding content does not mean that it is not loaded in the browser. That content is still there on the web, only that the browser does not show it. In other words, resources are still being consumed for that component, even though we do not see it, it is invisible, not non-existent. Well, to hide an object we simply have to select it and in the box of options that we have used for the floats we simply have to select the eye. This hides the object in question. It is possible that in the other views it also remains hidden, something that should not happen.
If this happens, we should simply refresh the view by clicking on the icon that has two arrows in a circular shape, next to the file path, in the top center of the design view. Once that button is pressed, the hidden object should appear. On the other hand, if we want to revert the changes, we return to the view where the hidden object is located, press on the screen with a right button and select the option “manage hidden content”, which would be like “administer hidden content”, and This content will appear with a gray background with boxes.
That fund indicates the total space it occupies. To show it again, we select it and click again on the eye. Once this is done, the content will be displayed again on the screen, in the selected view.
With all this we already have enough material to, at least, make different views adaptable to various platforms. Making a responsive design is a trial and error, so do not give up and try.
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