Adobe Dreamweaver Creative Suite 3 (CS3), formerly known as Macromedia Dreamweaver, is a fully-featured commercial web editor that allows you to create, build, and deal with complicated websites. The editor is a What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) web editor, which means that you can design your web page aesthetically and whatever you observe on the screen is what your visitors will see when they visit your website.

Dreamweaver creates standards-compliant code for your website, this means your website won’t become “broken” each time a new version of a web browser is released. For the technically inclined, the HTML and CSS code that it creates for your website will validate properly. This tutorial guides you through the steps of fabricating your first website using Dreamweaver.

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You will require Dreamweaver CS3 (obviously). The tutorial assumes that you will be using Dreamweaver CS3. A couple of versions of Dreamweaver for both Windows and Mac OS X – either version can do fine. Generally, both versions work just as. You will need a web host to create your web pages to.

For the entire beginner, a hosting company is (loosely speaking) an organization which has computer systems that are completely connected to the web. Once you design your website(s), you’ll need to transfer your webpages to your web host’s computer (called an internet server), so the rest of the world can easily see it.

There are other things involved in getting the first web site up and running, such as getting the own website name, making your website internet search engine promoting and friendly your website. This tutorial however will not deal with those matters – it is strictly about designing (creating) and publishing (uploading) your website using Dreamweaver. If you are a total newbie, you may want to seek advice from my article How to Start / Create Your Own Website: The Beginner’s A-Z Guide for the rest of the process.

By the end of this guide, you shall have setup a working website with multiple webpages, including a primary page, a feedback form, a Us page About, and a niche site Map. More importantly, you will know how to use Dreamweaver to generate, design, and publish your site so that you can design new sites any time you want.