What is a Wireframe?
This lesson will introduce you to the concept of a wireframe. There is no need to manually create
a wireframe from designs when using Adobe Fireworks, but understanding the idea of a wireframe
will help understand how Fireworks looks at a web page when creating the code for web designs
during the graphic design to HTML and CSS conversion process.
Creating a Pop-Up Menu
See how easy it is to create a pop-up menu with Adobe Fireworks. Learn how to create a pop-up
menu using the Fireworks interface for the Destinations link in the navigation bar of a web page.
Preparing a PNG File for Export
Graphic design files can become laden with extra layers, and those extra layers can prevent
the conversion process from working correctly. In this lesson you'll see how to set up your
PNG file to avoid issues while converting from a graphic design into a web page.
Exporting the PNG File
Positioning with CSS
Working with List Views
jQuery vs. jQuery Mobile
The Elements of a jQuery Mobile Page
jQuery Mobile: Building a Mobile Website Trailer
Positioning with CSS
HTML tags define page content in the browser. Before you add CSS properties to a div tag,
it is necessary to assign an ID to the div tag to tell the browser which div tag you wish to
change. Once an ID is added to a div tag, CSS properties can be added for that div. In this lesson
we will explore how to assign CSS properties to a div tag.
Exploring the Fireworks Web Workflow Project
Adobe Fireworks CS6 enables you to add additional features to the HTML and CSS files created
when exporting a graphic design. In this lesson we'll take a look at the graphic design that
will be used in this course and explore some of the features that will be added during
the graphic design to HTML and CSS web page transition process.
Exploring CSS Positioning Trailer
CSS enables you to control the look and layout of a web page much more precisely than with
HTML alone, but it can be time-consuming to learn. In this innovative workshop, Adobe Certified
Expert Candyce Mairs makes it quick and easy, walking you through the process of adding
content to a web page and using CSS to position that content. You will learn CSS positioning
concepts like the CSS “box model,” “floats,” and “clears,” and gain a deeper understanding
of how HTML and CSS work together to create the look of your web page. By speaking the
same language as the browser, you will learn to work with the browser to place content
accurately and easily.
Creating a CSS Rule for the Column
It will be much easier to see where the left div is located on the page if we create a CSS
style rule for the div and add both a border and a width property to it. In this video we
begin to build the style rules for the left div in order to control both the box and the
content within the box.
Understanding the Float Property
This video demonstrates the float property and the two values available for this property
in CSS. We will use a web page with three divs to play with the float property to demonstrate
the CSS float property before we apply it to our web page for this course.