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JackkTutorials shows you how to design a basic website in Dreamweaver

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33 Replies to “How to make a basic website in Dreamweaver”

  1. English is difficult to me to understand here in the states and forces multiple replaying in order to understand.

  2. loved the word comment "free as im a student WRONG ! so am i its called a subscrtiption of 16 pound odd a month but good info other than tha mate 😉

  3. Hey man this is awesome i never knew u can do horizontal right off the bat html for navigation. Do u have a tutorial for 7 page nav with sub nav.

  4. Thank you. I am amazed at how different English accents are from the 1980's . I am actually shocked to discover that southern californians have one of the more sexy and intelligible accents on the 2019 planet.

  5. I've created a hyperlink that should link me to another page in my site folder,but when I click the link,it downloaded the PHP/HTML files of that page instead,any idea what's happening??Please help me,I need to hand in my project by next Monday.Please spread the news and tell others to help me,I beg everyone of you.


    I have trouble with Dreamweaver.Please go to this website to help me by answering my questions.


  7. After seeing this video – I will stick to WordPress, which I use on to host it.
    Whew.. no coding needed with WordPress…. Besides WordPress is FREE

  8. Excellent tuition Jack. No waffle, straight to the point. I'm very new to this, but really enjoyed it. Many thanks.

  9. I like the video and how you made a basic page to work as a preset basis for other files; however I didn't like how you back tracked by deleting the CSS folder. It would have been easier to simply put the CSS background image, and that image alone, in the CSS folder, since it's part of the CSS formatting. The other images that are not CSS related could remain in the IMAGES folder.

  10. I found this useful as I now know Dreamweaver is not for me. Its great if you're a coder but not for beginners like me.

  11. Dreamweaver is not actually for beginners. If they will use it they may not know what the code is running behind…

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