Dreamweaver Slayers

eLearning 24-7

Dreamweaver was not created for people to build courses in, rather it was created for people to build web sites and other web related solutions. A novice could learn it and do some things quicker than Dreamweaver. Most people find this to be a really nice offering and a real competitor to Dreamweaver. BlueFish - Interesting solution, can really compete against Dreamweaver on a multitude of levels, while still providing the WYSIWYG.

Dreamweaver, CourseBuilder and eLearning Templates

ICS Learning

Another such additional feature is the CourseBuilder extension and eLearning templates that come with Dreamweaver as part of the eLearning Suite. The post Dreamweaver, CourseBuilder and eLearning Templates appeared first on ICS Learning Group

Should I Use Dreamweaver to Build My Course?

Tony Karrer

Articulate, Captivate, Dreamweaver and Lectora Tops in eLearning Authoring Tool Satisfaction

Tony Karrer

This data shows that the Articulate tools, Adobe Captivate and Dreamweaver and Lectora are near the top for elearning course authoring. I was somewhat surprised that my post: Course Authoring and Rapid eLearning Tool Satisfaction didn't generate more interest. You can see the detailed view of the sat numbers here. While tools such as Toolbook and Authorware are down a bit. What surprised me is that there wasn't more discussion around this. Is this just common knowledge these days?

What’s New in Adobe eLearning Suite2?

Upside Learning

Adobe recently released eLearning Suite 2 comprising of Captivate 5, Flash Professional CS5, Dreamweaver CS5, Photoshop CS5 Extended, Acrobat 9 Pro, Presenter 7 (available on Windows only), Soundbooth CS5, Bridge CS5, Device Central CS5 in it.

My Top Ten Tools for Learning 2009

Experiencing eLearning

Dreamweaver is the tool I use to build the html content of my courses. Tags: Lifelong Learning Tools Captivate Diigo Sakai Google Docs Skype Jane Hart top ten tools Google Reader Wordpress Wikipedia Dreamweaver

What E-Learning Tools Do You Use?

Learning Developments

For those projects I''ve used Dreamweaver with some jQuery, CSS, and SQL. adobe dreamweaver elearning tools Captivate Adobe adobe premeire pro elearning adobe audition Being a bit of an e-learning nerd, I thought it would be cool to share some of the tools I use at my work. I''ve been working with my current company for over a year now. For the most part, I''m working with the training of field technicians and support folks.

Site Definitions

eLearning Blender

The web design class I am taking is really getting my feet wet with Dreamweaver and photoshop. Something that is confusing me about Dreamweaver is the need for multiple site definitions. So far, I have been amazed at what you can do with Dreamweaver and photoshop and I am hungry to learn more I am currently working on my portfolio site which will eventually contain a gallery of my work along with some information about me.

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What's in a name?

eLearning Blender

After renaming the files, open the html and xml files in an editor (I used Dreamweaver ) and run a "find and replace" for every file name that you changed. Tags: Moodle LMS eLearning Camtasia Dreamweaver I ran into a strange problem using an html file produced in Camtasia by TechSmith and delivered through Moodle that must be common amongst Camtasia and Moodle users. Hopefully this post will prevent others from making the same easy mistake.

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6 Surprising Benefits of Rapid Authoring Tools [Infographic]

CommLab India

Well, when compared to old authoring tools- Flash, Dreamweaver, XML/HTML and JavaScript, rapid authoring tools have more benefits. It is well known that the advent of rapid authoring tools has radically altered the landscape of eLearning development.

Here’s how Adobe Captivate 6 could have been a Game-Changer for mLearning

mLearning Revolution

True mLearning a la Dreamweaver CS6. Take for example how Dreamweaver CS6 is helping web designers develop adaptive layouts for multi-device publishing. Just imagine the ability to design Learning in Captivate in a similar way in which Dreamweaver implemented Fluid Layouts.

Software Shopping

eLearning Blender

Jackpot! Finally got the buy in from the boss to spend some money on Adobe software, mainly for developing eLearning and printed training materials. Thanks to the good ol' educational discount I can really make the most out of a $1000 budget. Obviously, I need the Creative Suite 3 but that's where things get sticky. I am looking at 2 different packages and the only difference between the 2 packages is that one includes InDesign and the other includes Fireworks.

Adobe Cookbooks

eLearning Cyclops

Members can post Adobe code for Flash, Flex, Air, ColdFusion, Dreamweaver, and other Adobe products. Adobe's Developer Connection has added Adobe Cookbooks , [link]. At this point the majority of the code shared is ActionScript and Flex code.

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Adobe Device Central: Great Support for mLearning Development

Upside Learning

Adobe’s Device Central is an application bundled with Adobe’s Creative Suite [which includes tools like Flash Professional, Photoshop, Dreamweaver etc.] Here are some videos demonstrating on how Device Central 5 is integrated with Dreamweaver and Flash Professional –.

World-Class Adobe Training at $10

Adobe Captivate

He teaches Edge Reflow, Illustrator, Indesign, After Effects, Dreamweaver and Responsive Web Design on Adobe […]. Adobe Master Class trainer Robert Farrell has been teaching Adobe users how to effectively use our software for the past 25 years. We are offering his courses for $10, slashed from $39. Offer ends September 23. Here is the Complete Course List on Adobe KnowHow.

Tablets will replace PCs but not in the way you Think

mLearning Revolution

(image credit: [link]. I’m fully convinced that mobile devices, especially Tablets, will eventually replace our traditional desktop PCs!

What I Would Like to Say About HTML5 and Flash

eLearning Cyclops

As far as web development, Dreamweaver is already offering an extension so you can start exploring it now. The video below provides information on Dreamweaver and HTML5 along with an opinion on the "HTML5 and Flash" issue. link] Again, here is the link to Dreamweaver's HTML5 pack. There has been plenty of buzz about HTML5 and it being a "Flash killer."

ADOBE CAPTIVATE 2017: Responsive Design Has Never Been So Fluid

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

  I used to teach an introduction to HTML class years ago when creating web pages in Notepad and then previewing your work in a web browser was about as sophisticated as it got (there was no Dreamweaver back in those days. by Kevin Siegel, CTT, COTP.

Scrollable formatted text

Adobe Captivate

I realized that I could setup and style the transcript’s text using HTML and CSS in Dreamweaver and then paste the code into the Web widget. Captivate’s scrolling text widget only allows you to specify a single appearance for all the text displayed by the widget.

Chad Udell on Tools for Mobile Development (#ASTDLN)

Learning Visions

Dreamweaver has this stuff built in for the newer versions. Chad Udell (@visualrinse) of Float Learning is doing a quick rundown of tools he uses to help design, manage and build mobile projects. This is day two of the ASTD Learn Now conference in San Francisco. UI Stencils [link] Use these templates and tools for rapid prototypes that are to scale for the device you're building to. Project management tools like basecamp, assembla [link]. Prototyping tools.

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The New Adobe Creative Suite (CS6) is a Sign of the Mobile Times

mLearning Revolution

I am especially excited about Dreamweaver CS6, which includes many new features that will make it possible to design responsive web content, that adapts easily to virtually any mobile device regardless of its form factor, screen size and orientation.

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Adobe eLearning Suite: for the master of all trades

Clive on Learning

For $1799 or £1509 the suite will provide you with Captivate 4, Presenter (formerly Breeze), Photoshop CS4, Dreamweaver CS4 (with e-learning interactions added), Soundbooth CS4, Flash Professional CS4 (also with e-learning add-ons), the latest Acrobat and all the goodies needed to tie all the bits together. The imminent release of the Adobe eLearning Suit e has got me thinking about the authoring tools market as it stands in 2009.

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My e-Learning Toolbox

eLearning Cyclops

Adobe Dreamweaver - creating web pages and occasionally jerry-rigging the HTML in courses. Every so often I see my fellow bloggers posting lists of what they have in their e-learning toolbox. These posts are always interesting and helpful. It is a glimpse not just into their development tool preferences, but it also provides some reflection into the approaches they take in creating courses. Here is what I have in my e-learning toolbox and some notes on how I use these tools.

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Make older programs run in Windows Vista or Windows 7

Take an e-Learning Break

After struggling for a couple of days trying to get an old copy of Macromedia Dreamweaver Extension Manager to install an old version of CourseBuilder on a Windows 7 machine, I came across this article in the Microsoft help system. Most programs written for Windows Vista also work in this version of Windows, but some older programs might run poorly or not at all.

The Benefits of Adobe eLearning Suite for Adobe Captivate users

Take an e-Learning Break

View of eLearning Development Approaches - Ease vs. Power

Tony Karrer

Based on some discussions around What is Rapid eLearning?

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Development Tools I Would Learn If I Were You - June's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

However, years from now it may be much more practical and creating HTML5 content will probably be best done via Adobe Dreamweaver. So, learn Dreamweaver now and as HTML5 emerges keep up to date with how to use Dreamweaver to create HTML5 content. June's Big Question over at the Learning Circuits blog is regarding tools one should ".learn learn today in order to be a valuable eLearning professional in 2015."

25 Interactions for eLearning - Free eBook

Tony Karrer

Similarly you can look at Adobe's various products to get ideas - look at Dreamweaver + Coursebuilder and Captivate especially. BJ Schone has published a nice little eBook and has an associated blog that provides some interactions that can be used in eLearning that will make the learning more fun and engaging.

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Portfolio Web Site

eLearning Blender

I put together a portfolio website with my newly learned Dreamweaver skills. My intentions of the portfolio website is to share some of my work and tell you a little more about who I am. At this point, it doesn't contain much but ultimately it will contain a collection of my work in instructional design. This is definitely a rough draft, as it is going to be an ongoing project throughout the ed tech program at San Diego State.

Autocompleting Code, Monument Valley, and Rules of Zen: This Week on #BLPLearn

Bottom-Line Performance

I’m thinking about when I use dreamweaver, and I’ve already gotten so used to its myriad of shortcuts. #BLPLearn is our way of saving all of the great content our team curates… and sharing it with the wider community.

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Rationalizing a Netbook

eLearning Cyclops

Flash, Captivate, Dreamweaver, etc.). I have been considering buying a netbook. They are very reasonable, but they have their limitations. Will it be worth buying? Here are the pluses and minuses. Plus - It's highly mobile. Instead of schlepping my laptop around this will be a lot easier. And it still has a large enough screen size to demo my courses. My courses are never larger than 800 x 600 resolution, which is the common denominator for my e-learning audience's screens.

eLearning Course Authoring Tool Satisfaction - More

Tony Karrer

You can see the graphics at (my blog doesn't handle them well): [link] Some notes: On course authoring tools Raptivity , Elicitus , Knowledge Presenter , KnowledgePlanet On-Demand join the ranks of the Articulate tools, Adobe's Captivate and Dreamweaver and Trivantis Lectora. Someone posted a comment in my previous post on Course Authoring and Rapid eLearning Tool Satisfaction asking whether I had used RapideL. The answer is that I've only seen it demoed.

Authoring Tool Trends for 2017

eLearning 24-7

Actually it was more of Dreamweaver that came with templates (at least IMO). The authoring tool industry continues to evolve. Adapt? Yes in some cases, no in other cases.

Will Blogs, Wikis, RSS, Mashups be Used in Corporate eLearning?

Tony Karrer

We will dump Dreamweaver and RoboInfo in favor of Wikis. I saw another post from Dave Boggs, Has The Blogging Trend Begun To Fade, Even Before It Ever Got Started In Corporate Training / e-Learning Environments? In this post, Dave unfortunately lumps together blogs, wikis, mashups, rss feed together (probably because eLearning 2.0 and web 2.0 often lump them together).

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