Author: » Candyce Mairs

Candyce Mairs is an Adobe Certified Instructor & Expert in Dreamweaver, ColdFusion, Fireworks and Acrobat.

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ColdFusion Video Training by Candyce

Candyce Mairs has completed a new video training course on ColdFusion 2016 for VTC. This new course is presently being edited and should be available for viewing this month. Get up to date on the latest version of Adobe ColdFusion in this over 8 hour hands on video training course at VTC.com. Candyce is an […]

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The XML Language

I recently finished teaching an XML class, and was reminded of the importance of this language that is used behind the scenes and not talked about or considered cool. There are so many systems that communicate digitally that use this language but we never hear about it in the media. XML is one of those […]

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WordPress Resources

Working with WordPress Adding an Edge Animate Composition to a WordPress Site (video) Building WordPress Sites With Dreamweaver CC Designing a WordPress Child Theme Using Dreamweaver Editing a WordPress Theme Using Dreamweaver Moving a WordPress Blog to a New Location Requirements for a WordPress Site Template Hierarchy – Understanding a WordPress Page WordPress Themes Directory […]

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Static Web Page Requests

Static web page requests are a simple process. The browser makes a request on the internet to a specific web page. That web page is located by the web server at that internet address and the web page is returned back to the browser to display for the user. The browser is the client, and […]

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Need Help with eLearning Courses?

Are you having trouble keeping up with eLearning projects? Are you trying to work in Adobe Captivate and having some issues? Could you use some training on specific commands within Captivate? Are you wasting hours trying to create consistent styles across your eLearning projects?  Do you have present courses that you need to convert to […]

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Adobe Discontinues Acrobat Mobile Link

Adobe recently announced that the mobile link feature available now in both Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Acrobat Reader will be discontinued on July 12, 2016. In case you were not aware, the mobile link feature automatically uploaded and stored documents to your Document Cloud account. The Document Cloud is still available to use across all […]

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User Experience (UX) & User Interface (UI) Design

UX (user experience) and UI (user interface) design is integral to developing and creating a great user experience for software, apps, eLearning and website development. The user experience determines whether a company is successful in engaging users, necessary for any product or service in this digital age. Learn more about topics related to UX & […]

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Adobe Captivate 9.01 Update

Adobe Captivate 9 has an update available that includes a few new features along with some bug fixes. Be sure to go to Help->Updates to access this new update. Once the update has been applied, your Captivate version will display as 9.0.1.320. If your IT department is responsible for all software updates, you will want […]

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Responsive Web Design & eLearning

Responsive designs for both websites and eLearning projects is here to stay. A responsive design is a page layout design that has different content layouts based on the screen size of the device viewing it. The big difference between a responsive layout and a non-responsive layout is that the content designer has factored in how […]

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Captivate 9 Release

Captivate 9 was officially released recently, and there are lots of new features to check out. Learn more about all the new features and stay up to date on Captivate news at the Adobe Captivate Blog – Adobe Captivate 9 link. Captivate 8 introduced the capability to create responsive elearning content that can adapt to […]