If you develop websites and applications or are pursuing a career along these lines, you will need to have Dreamweaver skills. Dreamweaver CS3 is one of the leading tools used throughout the industry. The software itself costs hundreds of dollars. While you may hesitate to invest any more money, it would be a mistake to skimp on training.The self-paced Dreamweaver CS3 iPhone app delivers high-quality training at a reasonable price. Instead of going to expensive and time-consuming live classes, you can master Dreamweaver on your own with the help of a certified instructor. Simply begin learning by watching full motion training videos.These sessions are led by a certified instructor who takes you on a tour of Dreamweaver and shows you the ins and outs of using it for designing websites and applications. Instructor Bio:Heather Peterson has a breadth of experience providing instruction for desktop software applications. Throughout her career over the last fifteen years, she has combined a multi-faceted background in marketing, technology and training to develop courses for corporate users of both large and small companies. Having worked in the Telecommunications, Healthcare, and Real Estate industries, Heather brings a unique blend of business knowledge, creativity and in-depth technical know-how to her teaching. Outline:Reviewing Web Terminology1.1 Describing HTML, XHTML, DHTML1.2 Describing Cascading Style Sheets1.3 Basic Scripting Capabilities1.4 Reviewing Basic ProtocolGetting Started2.1 Using the Welcome Screen2.2 Reviewing the Workspace2.3 Working with Panels2.4 Managing the Document2.5 Using HelpSetting Up Your Environment3.1 Establishing a Browser3.2 Setting Up a Site3.3 Creating Supporting Folders3.4 Adding Pages to Folders3.5 Managing Your SiteDreamweaver Basics4.1 Creating a Document4.2 Including Text4.3 Managing Images4.4 Managing LInks4.5 Reviewing MetatagsWorking with Style Sheets5.1 Overview of CSS Setup5.2 Using the CSS Styles Panel5.3 Managing SelectorsLayout Fundamentals6.1 Creating Tables6.2 Inserting Content6.3 Editing Tables6.4 Reviewing the Layout Tools6.5 Managing Tags and Layout TablesWorking with Text7.1 Establishing Margins, Padding and Line Height7.2 Editing and Formatting Text7.3 Using the Property InspectorIntroduction to Forms8.1 Reviewing Form Basics8.2 Adding Form Content8.3 Submitting Your Form8.4 Using CSS to Add StyleWorks offline too!