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Creating a website: Using our Templates

Download our Dreamweaver MX Templates:

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Using Dreamweaver MX

Reference guide on Dreamweaver such as installation, purchase and usage.

About the Templates:

The templates satisfy all of the requirements found in the Pasadena City College Web Publishing Guidelines.

  • All templates are only applicable to Dreamweaver MX (6.0) or higher.

  • In the templates .zip or .sit file, include:
    • Images folder
      • banner images

    • faculty_web_package folder
      • classes folder - courses, syllabi and test pages.
      • CSS folder - where the cascading stylesheet is located.
      • images folder - where all your images will live.
      • Library folder - where the navigation library will be located.
      • Templates - templates for different parts of your site such as the main pages, class info pages, course pages and inside pages.
      • bio.html - where you can put your personal biography / curruculum vitae.
      • course.html - all about your course information.
      • index.html - your home page.
      • news.html - any news and events will be located.
      • resources.html - any resources or links will go here.

  • The templates meet U.S. Section 508 Guidelines for accessibility.

  • The templates use a "liquid" design. This allows the page to expand and contract to take full advantage of the width of the browser window and avoid having to side-scroll in narrow windows. We use percentages instead of pixels in measuring the layout.

  • The editable areas at the templates include:
    • Top banner - to put your personal banner which has to be 100 pixels in height and a mazimum of 750 pixels in width
    • MainTitle - which will include either your name or the department's name. This is the overall title of your website.
    • Section-title - this will be the title of a section of your website
    • Content1 - where you will put the main content of your website
    • Content2 - if there are any other contents you need to add.
    • Nav - where the navigation of the website will be put using either the libraries or includes.
    • Content 3 under nav - you can put special notes, pictures or links

  • The stylesheet has comments in the file to help understand what each section of code affects on the web page.
  • All of the images and stylesheets that are referenced by the templates are in their final destinations on the web server and will not be moving.