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The official training workbook from Adobe

Kelly Kordes Anton . Tina DeJarld


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 ISBN-13
 ISBN-10
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 0-13-526215-1
 Copyright   
 2019 Adobe  

About the Author
Kelly Kordes Anton has written and edited dozens of books and training resources on publishing
technologies and InDesign, including six previous editions of Adobe InDesign Classroom in a
Book. She is a Communications Manager for MillerCoors, based at the Golden Brewery, home
of the famed Coors Banquet. Kelly lives in Littleton, Colorado.
Tina DeJarld has worked on the front lines of taking designs from the computer screen to realworld
production since before InDesign 1.0. As both a prepress master and production designer
building files that will work correctly, she has handled thousands of large and complex projects,
becoming an expert on InDesign best practices and techniques. Tina is currently Senior
Production Artist at Prodigious Worldwide, a creative agency in Chicago.

Getting Started
Welcome to Adobe® InDesign® CC (2019 release), a powerful page-design and production
application that offers precision, control, and seamless integration with other Adobe professional
graphics software. Using InDesign, you can produce professional-quality, full-color documents
and print them using a variety of output devices, including desktop printers, high-resolution
imaging devices, and high-volume color printing presses. You can also design publications for a
broad range of electronic devices, such as tablets, smartphones, and readers, and export InDesign
documents in several formats, including PDF, HTML, and EPUB.
Writers, artists, designers, and publishers can communicate to a broader audience than ever
before through an unprecedented variety of media. InDesign supports this with its seamless
integration with other Creative Cloud (CC) components.

About Classroom in a Book
Adobe InDesign CC Classroom in a Book® (2019 release) is part of the official training series
for Adobe graphics and publishing software developed with the support of Adobe product
experts. The lessons are designed so that you can learn at your own pace. If you’re new to Adobe
InDesign, you’ll master the fundamentals and learn to put the software to work for you. If you’ve
already been using Adobe InDesign, you’ll find that this book teaches many advanced features
and best practices, including tips and techniques for using the latest version of InDesign.
Each lesson provides step-by-step instructions for creating a specific project. You can follow the
book from start to finish or do only the lessons that meet your interests and needs. Each lesson
concludes with several optional tasks that let you further explore the features covered in the
lesson, as well as a set of review questions and answers.

Table of Contents
GETTING STARTED
About Classroom in a Book
Prerequisites
Installing the software
Adobe Creative Cloud desktop app
Classroom in a Book fonts
Online content
Lesson files
Web Edition
Accessing the lesson files and Web Edition
Saving and restoring the InDesign Defaults file
Moving the current InDesign Defaults file
Restoring the saved InDesign Defaults file
Training resources
1 INTRODUCING THE WORKSPACE
Looking at the workspace
Selecting and using tools
Reviewing the Control panel
Reviewing the Application bar
Reviewing the document window and pasteboard
Working with multiple document windows
Working with panels
Opening and closing panels
Expanding and collapsing panels
Rearranging and customizing panels
Moving the Tools panel and Control panel
Customizing the workspace
Using the view commands
Using the Zoom tool
Navigating through a document
Navigating pages
Using the Hand tool
Using context menus
Using panel menus
Modifying interface preferences
Exploring on your own
2 GETTING TO KNOW INDESIGN
Getting started
Viewing guides
Preflighting as you work
Adding text
Typing and styling text
Importing and flowing text
Working with styles
Applying paragraph styles
Formatting text for the character style
Creating and applying a character style
Working with graphics
Working with objects
Moving and rotating an object
Changing an object’s stroke and fill
Working with object styles
Viewing the document in Presentation mode
Exploring on your own
3 SETTING UP A DOCUMENT AND WORKING WITH PAGES
Getting started
Creating and saving custom document settings
Creating a new document
Working with master pages
Adding guides to the master page
Dragging guides from rulers
Step and repeat, paste, and delete guides
Creating a text frame on the master page
Renaming the master page
Adding placeholder frames for text
Adding placeholder frames for graphics
Creating an additional master page
Overriding master items
Modifying a parent master
Applying master pages to document pages
Adding new document pages
Rearranging and deleting document pages
Changing the size of pages within one InDesign file
Using the Measure tool
Adding sections to change page numbering
Overriding master page items and placing text and graphics
Replacing placeholder text
Printing to the edge of the paper: using the bleed guides
Viewing the completed spread
Exploring on your own
4 WORKING WITH OBJECTS
Getting started
Working with layers
Creating and reordering layers
Move items to the Background layer
Creating and modifying text frames
Creating and resizing text frames
Reshaping a text frame
Creating multicolumn text frames
Adjusting text inset and vertical alignment
Creating and modifying graphics frames
Drawing a new graphics frame
Placing a graphic within an existing frame
Resizing a graphics frame to crop a graphic
Placing a graphic without an existing frame
Placing multiple graphics in a grid of frames
Resizing and moving images within frames
Adjusting the space between frames
Adding metadata captions to graphics frames
Placing and linking graphics frames
Modifying and updating parent–child graphics frames
Wrapping text around a graphic
Transforming the shape of frames
Working with compound shapes
Converting shapes
Repeating shapes
Adding rounded corners to frames
Transforming and aligning objects
Rotating an object
Rotating an image within its frame
Aligning multiple objects
Scaling multiple objects
Transforming multiple objects
Selecting and modifying grouped objects
Drawing lines and modifying arrowheads
Creating a QR code
Finishing up
Exploring on your own
5 FLOWING TEXT
Getting started
Flowing text into an existing frame
Importing text into an existing text frame
Applying a paragraph style
Resizing text frames automatically
Flowing text manually
Creating text frames while flowing text
Creating threaded frames automatically
Flowing text automatically
Applying paragraph styles to text
Adjusting columns
Using the baseline grid to align text
Viewing the baseline grid
Adding a jump line page number
Exploring on your own
6 EDITING TEXT
Getting started
Finding and changing a missing font
Entering and importing text
Entering text
Importing text
Finding and changing text and formatting
Finding and changing text
Finding and changing formatting
Checking spelling
Checking spelling in the document
Adding words to a document-specific dictionary
Automatically correcting misspelled words
Editing text by dragging and dropping
Using the Story Editor
Tracking changes
Exploring on your own
7 WORKING WITH TYPOGRAPHY
Getting started
Adjusting vertical spacing
Changing the spacing between paragraphs
Working with fonts, type styles, and glyphs
Adding a font from Adobe Fonts
Adding a special character
Applying a stroke and fill to text
Inserting fraction characters
Working with columns
Specifying columns for a text frame
Creating a straddle head
Adjusting columns
Changing paragraph alignment
Hanging punctuation outside the margin
Creating a drop cap
Adjusting letter and word spacing
Adjusting the tracking and kerning
Adjusting line breaks
Hyphenation settings
Inserting a manual line break
Setting tabs
Aligning text to tabs and adding tab leaders
Creating a numbered list with a hanging indent
Working with paragraph shading and rules
Applying shading to a paragraph
Applying a rule to a paragraph
Exploring on your own
8 WORKING WITH COLOR
Getting started
Managing color
The need for color management
Displaying images at full resolution
Specifying color settings in InDesign
Proofing colors onscreen
Defining printing requirements
Loading a preflight profile
Selecting a preflight profile
Converting a color mode for a swatch
Creating colors
Creating a PANTONE color swatch
Creating CMYK color swatches
Applying colors
Applying fill colors to objects
Applying colors to strokes
Applying colors to text
Working with tint swatches
Creating a tint swatch
Applying a tint swatch
Working with gradients
Creating a gradient swatch
Applying a gradient swatch
Adjusting the direction of the gradient blend
Working with color groups
Adding colors to a color group
Previewing the final document
Exploring on your own
Creating a color theme
Viewing color themes
Adding a theme to the Swatches panel
Adding a color theme to your CC Library
9 WORKING WITH STYLES
Getting started
Creating and applying paragraph styles
Creating a paragraph style
Applying a paragraph style
Creating and applying character styles
Creating a character style
Applying a character style
Nesting character styles inside paragraph styles
Creating character styles for nesting
Creating a nested style
Creating and applying object styles
Formatting an object for a style
Creating an object style
Applying an object style
Creating and applying table and cell styles
Creating cell styles
Creating a table style
Applying a table style
Globally updating styles
Loading styles from another document
Finishing up
Exploring on your own
10 IMPORTING AND MODIFYING GRAPHICS
Getting started
Adding graphics from other programs
Comparing vector and bitmap graphics
Managing links to imported files
Identifying imported images
Viewing information about linked files
Showing files in Explorer (Windows) or Finder (macOS)
Updating revised graphics
Adjusting display quality
Importing and sizing graphics
Import, size, and crop
Place a graphic into an existing frame and use frame fitting options
Place a graphic into an existing frame by dropping from the desktop
Using Adobe Bridge to import graphics
Editing placed pictures
Working with dropped backgrounds
Working with clipping paths from Photoshop in InDesign
Working with transparent backgrounds from Photoshop in InDesign
Importing native Adobe graphic files
Working with a Photoshop file with layers
Creating an anchored graphics frame
Adding text wrap to an anchored graphics frame
Importing an Illustrator file
Importing an Illustrator file with layers
Using an InDesign library to manage objects
Creating an InDesign library
Exploring on your own
11 CREATING TABLES
Getting started
Creating a table
Converting text to a table
Changing rows and columns
Adding and deleting rows
Deleting rows
Rearranging rows and columns
Adjusting column widths, row heights, and text placement
Merging cells
Formatting a table
Adding a fill pattern
Applying a fill color to cells
Editing cell strokes
Adding table borders
Adding graphics to table cells
Converting cells to graphic cells
Placing images in graphic cells
Adjusting the row heights
Anchoring graphics in table cells
Creating a header row
Creating and applying table and cell styles
Creating table and cell styles
Applying table and cell styles
Exploring on your own
12 WORKING WITH TRANSPARENCY
Getting started
Importing and colorizing a grayscale image
Applying transparency settings
About the Effects panel
Changing the opacity of solid-color objects
Applying a blending mode
Adding transparency effects to imported vector and bitmap graphics
Applying transparency to a vector graphic
Applying transparency to a bitmap graphic
Importing and adjusting Illustrator files that use transparency
Applying transparency settings to text
Working with effects
Applying a basic feather to the edges of an image
Applying a gradient feather
Adding a drop shadow to text
Applying multiple effects to an object
Copying effects between objects
Editing and removing effects
Exploring on your own
13 PRINTING AND EXPORTING
Getting started
Preflighting files
Previewing separations
Managing colors
Using the Ink Manager
Previewing transparency effects
Previewing the pages
Creating an Adobe PDF proof
Creating a press-ready PDF and saving a PDF preset
Sharing a preset
Printing a proof and saving a print preset
Print Booklet
Packaging files
Exploring on your own
14 CREATING ADOBE PDF FILES WITH FORM FIELDS
Getting started
Set up a workspace for forms
Adding form fields
Adding text fields
Adding either/or choices: radio buttons
Adding yes or no choices: check boxes
Adding a list of choices: combo box
Setting the tab order of the fields
Adding a button to submit the form
Exporting an interactive Adobe PDF file
Testing your form in Adobe Acrobat Reader
Exploring on your own
15 CREATING A FIXED-LAYOUT EPUB
Getting started
Creating a new document for fixed-layout export
EPUB: Reflowable versus fixed-layout
Adding animation
Using a motion preset to create animation
Adjusting the timing of animations
Buttons
Using buttons to play animations
Using a button to trigger custom motion paths for animations
Creating a navigation button
Creating a pop-up caption
Adding multimedia and interactive elements
Adding a movie
Adding a sound
Creating a slideshow
Creating a hyperlink
Exporting an EPUB file
Exploring on your own
Timing animations
Adding sound control buttons
Creating a slide-in caption
INDEX

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Installing the software
Before you begin using Adobe InDesign CC Classroom in a Book (2019 release), make sure that
your system is set up correctly and that you’ve installed the proper software and hardware.
The Adobe InDesign CC software is not included with this book; you must purchase the software
separately (visit adobe.com/products/indesign). In addition to Adobe InDesign CC, some lessons
in this book have steps that can be performed with other Adobe applications. You must install
these applications from Adobe Creative Cloud onto your computer. 
Follow the onscreen instructions.

Adobe Creative Cloud desktop app
In addition to Adobe InDesign CC, this training requires the Adobe Creative Cloud desktop
application, which provides a central location for managing the dozens of apps and services
included in a Creative Cloud membership. You can use the Creative Cloud desktop application
to sync and share files, manage fonts, access libraries of stock photography and design assets,
and showcase and discover creative work in the design community.
The Creative Cloud desktop application is installed automatically when you download your first
Creative Cloud product. If you have Adobe Application Manager installed, it auto-updates to the

Creative Cloud desktop application.
If the Creative Cloud desktop application is not installed on your computer, you can download it
from the Download Creative Cloud page on the Adobe website
(creative.adobe.com/products/creative-cloud) or the Adobe Creative Cloud desktop apps page

Classroom in a Book fonts
Most of the fonts used in the Classroom in a Book lesson files are installed with Adobe
InDesign. Some fonts are not installed with InDesign but are instead available through Adobe
Fonts, a font-subscription service from Adobe that offers access to a vast library of fonts for use
in desktop applications and on websites.
The Adobe Fonts service is integrated with InDesign’s font selection features and the Creative
Cloud Desktop application. Adobe Fonts is included with your Creative Cloud subscription.
Internet access is required to activate Adobe Fonts.

 Classroom in a Book®

The Official Training Workbook from Adobe

Maxim Jago


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Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book (2019 release)
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Book Details
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 4.00 USD
 Pages
 578 p
 File Size
 21,754 KB
 File Type
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 ISBN-13
 ISBN-10
 978-0-13-529889-3
 0-13-52988-9
 Copyright   
 2019 Adobe 

Acknowledgments
Producing effective learning materials for such an advanced technology is a team effort. Friends,
colleagues, fellow filmmakers, and technology experts have all contributed to this book. There
are too many names to mention, but let’s say this: I have often joked that in Britain we don’t say
“awesome.” Instead, we say “perfectly acceptable.” On this occasion, “perfectly acceptable” isn’t
enough. Rather, I will have to say our British equivalent of “super awesome”: Those people who
make this world better by sharing, nurturing, caring, showing, telling, demonstrating, making,
and helping are all “definitely more than acceptable.”
Everything on these pages was inspected by a team of experienced editors who checked and
corrected typos, spelling errors, naming errors, false attributions, suspect grammar, unhelpful
phrasing, and inconsistent descriptions. This wonderful team didn’t just highlight text that
needed correcting. They offered positive alternatives that I could simply agree to, so in a literal
sense, this book is the product of many people’s contributions. I’d like to thank the teams at
Peachpit and Adobe Press, who made it possible to produce such a beautifully finessed work.
As each draft lesson was completed, and with the helpful guidance of Laura Norman, the most
amazing and highly experienced Victor Gavenda checked over the text to make sure it was
ideally accessible for learners, and all references to the technology were run by the remarkable
media technology expert Jarle Leirpoll, who has an incredible depth of knowledge of Premiere
Pro.
An amount of the content of this book is derived from material written by Richard Harrington,
five versions back. The original table of contents was worked out by the two of us, and though I
have updated Richard’s lessons, rephrased, and reworded them, a substantial amount remains
unchanged or is significantly informed by his great original work.
Finally, let’s not forget Adobe. The passion and enthusiasm demonstrated by those wonderful
individuals, who are so committed to creatives like you and me, qualifies as “the most acceptable
of all.” They are, indeed, extraordinarily awesome!
—Maxim Jago


Table of Contents
GETTING STARTED
About Classroom in a Book
Prerequisites
Installing Premiere Pro CC
Optimizing performance
Using the lesson files
Relinking the lesson files
How to use these lessons
Online content
Additional resources
Adobe Authorized Training Centers
1 TOURING ADOBE PREMIERE PRO CC
Starting the lesson
Performing nonlinear editing in Premiere Pro
Expanding the workflow
Touring the Premiere Pro interface
Using and setting keyboard shortcuts
Review questions
Review answers
2 SETTING UP A PROJECT
Starting the lesson
Creating a project
What do rendering and real time mean?
The Mercury Playback Engine
About seconds and frames
Typical drive setup and network-based storage
Setting up a sequence
Formats and codecs
Creating a sequence preset
Maximum Bit Depth and Maximum Render Quality settings
VR video
Review questions
Review answers
3 IMPORTING MEDIA
Starting the lesson
Importing assets
Working with ingest options and proxy media
Working with the Media Browser panel
Importing from Adobe Prelude
Making the most of the Media Browser
Importing still image files
Introducing Dynamic Link
Image tips for Adobe Photoshop files
Importing VR video
Using Adobe Stock
Customizing the media cache
Recording a voice-over
Tape vs. tapeless workflow
Review questions
Review answers
4 ORGANIZING MEDIA
Starting the lesson
Using the Project panel
Working with bins
Finding your media files
Creating Search bins
Changing the available label colors
How Metadata display settings are stored
Monitoring footage
Touchscreen editing
Modifying clips
What is an audio channel?
A few tips on audio clip channel interpretation
Review questions
Review answers
5 MASTERING THE ESSENTIALS OF VIDEO EDITING
Starting the lesson
Using the Source Monitor
Viewing video on a second monitor
Using a numerical keypad
Editing from the Project panel
Navigating the Timeline panel
Conforming
Using essential editing commands
What happens if you use four points?
Setting the duration for still images
Review questions
Review answers
6 WORKING WITH CLIPS AND MARKERS
Starting the lesson
Using Program Monitor controls
Comparing the Program Monitor and the Source Monitor
Typing timecode
Setting the playback resolution
Why are there so many ways to edit clips into a sequence?
Playing back VR video
What’s the difference between 360 video and virtual reality?
Using markers
Using Sync Lock and Track Lock
Adding markers with Adobe Prelude
Finding gaps in the sequence
Selecting clips
Moving clips
Default clip-nudging shortcuts
Extracting and deleting segments
Different shortcuts to add In and Out marks
Review questions
Review answers
7 ADDING TRANSITIONS
Starting the lesson
What are transitions?
VR video transitions
Using edit points and handles
Adding video transitions
Sequence display changes
Using A/B mode to fine-tune a transition
Adding audio transitions
Review questions
Review answers
8 MASTERING ADVANCED EDITING TECHNIQUES
Starting the lesson
Performing four-point editing
Setting editing options for four-point edits
Changing playback speed
Overcranking
Replacing clips and footage
Recognizing the downstream effects of changing time
Nesting sequences
Performing regular trimming
Performing advanced trimming
Making ripple edits with keyboard shortcuts
Trimming in the Program Monitor
Modifier keys
Review questions
Review answers
9 PUTTING CLIPS IN MOTION
Starting the lesson
Adjusting the Motion effect
Changing clip position, size, and rotation
Working with keyframe interpolation
Temporal vs. spatial interpolation
Adding a drop shadow and bevel
Review questions
Review answers
10 EDITING AND MIXING AUDIO
Starting the lesson
Setting up the interface to work with audio
What is an audio channel?
About audio level
Examining audio characteristics
What are audio characteristics?
Recording a voice-over track
Adjusting audio volume
Sending audio to Adobe Audition CC
Auto-duck music
Creating a split edit
Adjusting audio levels for a clip
Changing clip volume with keyboard shortcuts
The difference between Pan and Balance
Review questions
Review answers
11 SWEETENING SOUND
Starting the lesson
Sweetening sound with the Essential Sound panel
Adjusting dialogue
About the Loudness scale
Audio Plug-in Manager
Removing background noise with Adobe Audition
Review questions
Review answers
12 ADDING VIDEO EFFECTS
Starting the lesson
Working with effects
Other ways to apply effects
Sending a clip to Adobe After Effects
Working with master clip effects
Masking and tracking visual effects
Using keyframing effects
Understanding interpolation methods
Using effect presets
Using frequently used effects
Using multiple GPUs
Rendering and replacing
Review questions
Review answers
13 IMPROVING CLIPS WITH COLOR CORRECTION AND GRADING
Starting the lesson
About 8-bit video
Understanding display color management
Following a color-oriented workflow
Color correction and color grading
Why YC?
About primary and secondary colors
Additive and subtractive color
Using Comparison View
Matching color
Exploring the color-oriented effects
Fixing exposure problems
Fixing color balance
When is color correction right?
Using special color effects
Creating a look
Review questions
Review answers
14 EXPLORING COMPOSITING TECHNIQUES
Starting the lesson
What is an alpha channel?
Making compositing part of your projects
Working with the Opacity effect
Working with alpha-channel transparencies
Color keying a greenscreen shot
Masking clips
Review questions
Review answers
15 CREATING GRAPHICS
Starting the lesson
Getting an overview of the Essential Graphics panel
Mastering video typography essentials
Creating Graphics
Text styles
Creating a graphic or title in Adobe Photoshop CC
Working with shapes and logos
Making a graphic roll and crawl
Working with template titles
Introducing captions
Review questions
Review answers
16 EXPORTING FRAMES, CLIPS, AND SEQUENCES
Starting the lesson
Understanding the export options
Exporting single frames
Exporting a master copy
Working with Adobe Media Encoder CC
Using the formats
Uploading to social media
Exchanging with other editing applications
Working with edit decision lists
Final practice
Review questions
Review answers
GLOSSARY
INDEX
17 MULTICAMERA EDITING (BONUS)
18 MANAGING YOUR PROJECTS (BONUS)

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Getting Started
Adobe Premiere Pro CC, the essential editing application for professionals and video enthusiasts,
is an incredibly scalable, efficient, and flexible video editing system. It supports a broad range of
video, audio, and image formats. Premiere Pro lets you work faster and more creatively without
converting your media. The complete set of powerful and exclusive tools lets you overcome any
editorial, production, and workflow challenges to deliver the high-quality work you demand.
Importantly, Adobe has carefully developed a user experience that is intuitive, flexible, and
efficient, with unified design elements that match across multiple applications, making it easier
to explore and discover new workflows.

About Classroom in a Book
Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book (2019 release) is part of the official training
series for Adobe graphics and publishing and creative video software. The lessons are
designed so that you can learn at your own pace. If you’re new to Premiere Pro, you’ll learn
the fundamental concepts and features you’ll need to use the program. This book also teaches
many advanced features, including tips and techniques for using the latest version of this
software.
The lessons in this edition include opportunities for hands-on practice using features such as
chromakeying, dynamic trimming, color correction, media management, audio and video effects,
and audio mixing. You’ll also learn how to create files for the web and mobile devices with
Adobe Media Encoder. Premiere Pro CC is available for both Windows and macOS.

Prerequisites
Before beginning to use Adobe Premiere Pro CC Classroom in a Book, make sure your
system is set up correctly and that you’ve installed the required software and hardware. You
can view updated system requirements here:
You should have a working knowledge of your computer and operating system. For example,
you should know how to use the mouse and standard menus and commands and also how to
open, save, and close files. If you need to review these techniques, see the documentation
included with your Windows or macOS system.
It’s not necessary to have a working knowledge of video concepts and terminology, but if you
come across a term you’re not familiar with, consult the glossary at the end of this book

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The official training workbook from Adobe

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 Copyright   
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Getting Started

Adobe® Dreamweaver CC is one of the leading web-authoring programs available. Whether you
create websites for others for a living or plan to create one for your own business, Dreamweaver
offers all the tools you need to get professional-quality results.

About Classroom in a Book
Adobe Dreamweaver CC Classroom in a Book® (2019 release) is part of the official training
series for graphics and publishing software developed with the support of Adobe product experts.
The lessons are designed so that you can learn at your own pace. If you’re new to Dreamweaver,
you’ll learn the fundamentals of putting the program to work. If you are an experienced user,
you’ll find that Classroom in a Book teaches many advanced features, including tips and
techniques for using the latest version of Dreamweaver.
Although each lesson includes step-by-step instructions for creating a specific project, you’ll
have room for exploration and experimentation. You can follow the book from start to finish or
complete only those lessons that correspond to your interests and needs. Each lesson concludes
with a review section containing questions and answers on the subjects you’ve covered.

Table of Contents
GETTING STARTED
About Classroom in a Book
TinyURLs
Prerequisites
Conventions used in this book
Bolded text
Code font
Strikethrough
Missing punctuation
Element references
Windows vs. macOS instructions
Installing the program
Updating Dreamweaver to the latest version
Online content
Lesson files
Web Edition
Recommended lesson order
Bonus material
On first launch
Choosing the program color theme
Setting up the workspace
Defining a Dreamweaver site
Checking for updates
Additional resources
Adobe Authorized Training Centers
1 CUSTOMIZING YOUR WORKSPACE
Touring the workspace
Using the Start Screen
Quick Start
Starter Templates
Create New and Open
Exploring New Feature guides
Setting interface preferences
Switching and splitting views
Code view
Design view
Live view
Split view
Live Source Code
Inspect mode
Selecting a workspace layout
Standard workspace
Developer workspace
Working with panels
Minimizing panels
Closing panels and panel groups
Dragging
Floating
Grouping, stacking, and docking
Personalizing Dreamweaver
Saving a custom workspace
Working with Extract
Working with toolbars
Document toolbar
Standard toolbar
Common toolbar
Creating custom keyboard shortcuts
Using the Property inspector
Using the HTML tab
Using the CSS tab
Accessing image properties
Accessing table properties
Using the Related Files interface
Using tag selectors
Using the CSS Designer
Sources
@Media
Selectors
Properties
All and Current modes
Using the Visual Media Query (VMQ) interface
Using the DOM Viewer
Using element dialogs, displays, and inspectors
Position Assist dialog
Element Display
Image Display
Text Display
Setting up version control in Dreamweaver
Exploring, experimenting, and learning
Review questions
Review answers
2 HTML BASICS
What is HTML?
Where did HTML begin?
Basic HTML code structure
Frequently used HTML elements
HTML tags
HTML character entities
What’s new in HTML5
HTML5 tags
Semantic web design
New techniques and technology
Review questions
Review answers
B2 HTML BASICS BONUS
3 CSS BASICS
What is CSS?
HTML vs. CSS formatting
HTML defaults
HTML5 defaults?
Browser antics
CSS box model
Applying CSS styling
Cascade theory
Inheritance theory
Descendant theory
Specificity theory
Code Navigator
CSS Designer
Multiples, classes, and ids, oh my!
Applying formatting to multiple elements
Using CSS shorthand
Creating class attributes
Creating id attributes
CSS3 features and effects
CSS3 overview and support
Review questions
Review answers
B3 CSS BASICS BONUS
4 WEB DESIGN BASICS
Developing a new website
What is the purpose of the website?
Who is the audience?
How do they get here?
Scenario
Working with thumbnails and wireframes
Creating thumbnails
Creating a page design
Creating wireframes
Review questions
Review answers
B4 CREATING WEB ASSETS USING PHOTOSHOP GENERATOR BONUS
5 CREATING A PAGE LAYOUT
Evaluating page design options
Working with predefined layouts
Styling an existing layout
Styling elements using the Extract panel
Extracting text from a Photoshop mockup
Troubleshooting CSS styling
Extracting text styling from a Photoshop mockup
Creating a gradient background using Extract
Extracting image assets from a mockup
Adding CSS background effects in code
Finishing up the layout
Review questions
Review answers
6 WORKING WITH TEMPLATES
Creating a template from an existing layout
Inserting editable regions
Building semantic content
Inserting HTML entities
Inserting metadata
Validating HTML code
Producing child pages
Creating a new page
Adding content to child pages
Moving CSS styles to a linked file
Updating a template
Formatting content in editable regions
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7 WORKING WITH TEXT, LISTS, AND TABLES
Previewing the completed file
Creating and styling text
Importing text
Creating semantic text structures
Creating headings
Adding other HTML structures
Creating lists
Creating indented text
Creating and styling tables
Creating tables from scratch
Copying and pasting tables
Styling tables with CSS
Styling table cells
Controlling table display
Inserting tables from other sources
Adding and formatting caption elements
Spell-checking webpages
Finding and replacing text
Optional self-paced exercise
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8 WORKING WITH IMAGES
Web image basics
Vector graphics
Raster graphics
Raster image file formats
Previewing the completed files
Inserting an image
Controlling image positions with CSS classes
Working with the Insert panel
Using the Insert menu
Inserting non-web file types
Working with Photoshop Smart Objects (optional)
Copying and pasting images from Photoshop (optional)
Inserting images by drag and drop
Optimizing images with the Property inspector
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9 WORKING WITH NAVIGATION
Hyperlink basics
Internal and external hyperlinks
Relative vs. absolute hyperlinks
Previewing the completed file
Creating internal hyperlinks
Creating relative links
Creating a home link
Updating links in child pages
Creating an external link
Creating an absolute link in Live view
Setting up email links
Creating an image-based link
Creating image-based links using the Element Display
Creating text links using the Text Display
Targeting page elements
Creating internal targeted links
Creating a destination link in the Element Display
Targeting id-based link destinations
Locking an element on the screen
Styling a navigation menu
Checking your page
Adding destination links (optional)
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10 ADDING INTERACTIVITY
Learning about Dreamweaver behaviors
Previewing the completed file
Working with Dreamweaver behaviors
Applying a behavior
Applying a Swap Image Restore behavior
Removing applied behaviors
Adding behaviors to hyperlinks
Working with jQuery accordion widgets
Inserting a jQuery accordion widget
Styling a jQuery accordion
Applying a background effect to the accordion tab
Formatting a conditional state for an accordion tab
Using Live Code to identify dynamic styling
Styling the background of the accordion content
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11 PUBLISHING TO THE WEB
Defining a remote site
Setting up a remote FTP site
Establishing a remote site on a local or network web server (optional)
Cloaking folders and files
Wrapping things up
Putting your site online (optional)
Synchronizing local and remote sites
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12 WORKING WITH CODE
Creating HTML code
Writing code manually
Writing code automatically
Working with multicursor support
Commenting your code
Working with CSS preprocessors
Enabling a preprocessor
Creating the CSS source file
Compiling CSS code
Nesting CSS selectors
Importing other style sheets
Learn more about preprocessors
Linting support
Selecting code
Using line numbers
Using tag selectors
Using parent tags
Collapsing code
Expanding code
Accessing Split Code view
Previewing assets in Code view
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13 DESIGNING FOR MOBILE DEVICES
Responsive design
Mobile-first design
Testing responsiveness in Dreamweaver
Media type properties
Media queries
Media query syntax
Working with the Visual Media Queries interface
Introducing web frameworks
Identifying the Bootstrap structure
Creating a Bootstrap layout
Adding Bootstrap components
Adding semantic elements to Bootstrap
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APPENDIX: TINY URLS
INDEX
B14 WORKING WITH A WEB FRAMEWORK
B15 ADAPTING CONTENT TO RESPONSIVE DESIGN
B16 WORKING WITH WEB ANIMATION AND VIDEO

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Prerequisites
Before using Adobe Dreamweaver CC Classroom in a Book (2019 release), you should have a
working knowledge of your computer and its operating system. Be sure you know how to use the
mouse, standard menus, and commands, as well as how to open, save, and close files. If you
need to review these techniques, see the printed or online documentation included with your
Windows or macOS operating system.

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