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How To Create Responsive Websites With Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2017



How to Create Responsive Websites with Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2017




Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2017 is a web design software that allows you to create, code, and publish websites for any browser or device. Whether you are a beginner or a professional, you can use Dreamweaver's intuitive visual interface and powerful coding engine to create stunning web pages with ease. In this article, we will show you how to use some of the new features of Dreamweaver CC 2017 to create responsive websites that adapt to different screen sizes and devices.




How to Create Responsive Websites with Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2017


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What is Responsive Web Design?




Responsive web design is an approach to web design that aims to provide an optimal viewing and interaction experience for users across a wide range of devices, from desktops to mobile phones. Responsive web design uses flexible layouts, images, and media queries to adjust the content and layout of a web page according to the screen size and orientation of the device. This way, users can access the same website with a consistent look and feel regardless of the device they are using.


How to Use Fluid Grid Layouts in Dreamweaver CC 2017




One of the easiest ways to create responsive websites in Dreamweaver CC 2017 is to use fluid grid layouts. Fluid grid layouts are pre-designed templates that you can customize to build your own web pages. They use relative units such as percentages and ems to define the width and height of the elements on the page, making them flexible and adaptable to different screen sizes.


To use fluid grid layouts in Dreamweaver CC 2017, follow these steps:


  • Open Dreamweaver CC 2017 and choose File > New.



  • In the New Document dialog box, select Fluid Grid Layout from the Category list on the left.



  • Choose one of the predefined layouts from the Layout list on the right. You can also adjust the number of columns, gutter width, and margin width for each layout.



  • Click Create to open the fluid grid layout in Dreamweaver.



  • You will see three views at the top of the document window: Desktop, Tablet, and Phone. These views represent the different screen sizes and orientations that your website will adapt to. You can switch between them by clicking on their icons or using the keyboard shortcuts (Ctrl+1 for Desktop, Ctrl+2 for Tablet, Ctrl+3 for Phone).



  • To add content to your fluid grid layout, you can use the Insert panel on the right or drag and drop elements from the Assets panel on the left. You can also use the Properties panel at the bottom to edit the properties of each element.



  • To preview your website in a browser, choose File > Preview in Browser or press F12. You can also use the Live view button at the top of the document window to see how your website looks without leaving Dreamweaver.



How to Use CSS Designer in Dreamweaver CC 2017




CSS Designer is a visual tool that helps you create and edit CSS styles for your web pages. CSS Designer allows you to apply CSS properties such as colors, fonts, gradients, shadows, transitions, and more with ease. You can also use CSS Designer to create media queries that specify different styles for different screen sizes and devices.


To use CSS Designer in Dreamweaver CC 2017, follow these steps:


  • Open Dreamweaver CC 2017 and open a web page that you want to style with CSS.



  • Choose Window > CSS Designer or click on the CSS Designer icon on the right side of the workspace.



  • The CSS Designer panel will open on the right side of the document window. It has four sections: Sources, Selectors, Properties, and Media.



  • In the Sources section, you can see all the CSS sources that are linked to your web page. You can also create new CSS files or attach existing ones by clicking on the + icon at the bottom of this section.



  • In the Selectors section, you can see all the CSS selectors that are applied to your web page. You can also create new selectors or edit existing ones by clicking on them or using the + icon at the bottom of this section.



In the Properties section, you can see all the CSS properties that are applied to the selected selector. You 04f6b60f66


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