Thank you to those of you who have left requests for an additional course on using Dreamweaver and WordPress together since we published our Dreamweaver CS5 and WordPress 3 course last May. There are several approaches we could take for a more advanced course and I’d like to know what you would prefer. If you have a specific suggestion, please leave them in the comments. Thank you!
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Poll: What would you like to see covered in an advanced course on building sites with Dreamweaver and WordPress?Published by Cynthia Scott, sr. content manager | business | Friday, March 18th, 2011
Join David Gassner in Dreamweaver CS5 with PHP and MySQL as he explains how to add dynamic data to a PHP-enabled web site in Dreamweaver CS5. This course shows how to plan and create a MySQL database, define a PHP-enabled site in Dreamweaver CS5, connect the site to the database, and manage and present dynamic data. Dreamweaver CS5 features are demonstrated throughout the video series, including PHP custom class introspection and site-specific code hinting.
Many thanks to the alert members who let us know that we were missing information in our recent Dreamweaver course, Dreamweaver CS5 and WordPress. We want our titles to be helpful to all members, and really appreciate hearing when we can do better.
As soon as the title went up, we started getting feedback that the first chapter, “Setting up WordPress,” needed additional details to help Windows users install the WampServer—namely, that PC users should create their site in the c:\wamp\www\ folder. We’ve added an overlay to the last video in Chapter 1, “Establishing the Dreamweaver site,” and this short-term fix is up on the site now, thanks to your input. If you tried to use the course and had trouble, please try this extra step.
Please, continue to let us know what details you need to take advantage of this or any one of our courses. Hearing from you helps us create the ideal training with the details that you need. We look forward to hearing from you.
Join senior staff author James Williamson for an introduction to the latest features and enhancements to Adobes web design and development software. Dreamweaver CS5 New Features covers the improved CSS workflows of CSS Enable and CSS Inspect, integrated services with CS Live, and the program’s support of popular content management system (CMS) frameworks such as Drupal, Joomla!, and WordPress.
We’ve very excited to release 10 more courses into the Online Training Library® covering the products in Adobe Creative Suite 5: Illustrator CS5 Essential Training, Dreamweaver CS5 Essential Training, After Effects CS5 Essential Training, Encore CS5 Essential Training, Fireworks CS5 Essential Training, Flash Professional CS5 Essential Training, InDesign CS5 Essential Training, Premiere Pro CS5 Essential Training, Soundbooth CS5 Essential Training, and Photoshop CS5 Essential Training.
Following the product announcement on April 12, lynda.com released 10 Adobe CS5 New Features training courses, one Essential Training course, and a Creative Techniques course. There are now over 100 hours of Adobe CS5 training available in the Online Training Library®, with more being released in the coming weeks.