I've read through both Classroom In A Book's for DW CS6 and CC. I'm currently going the the DW CC Essential Training video series from Lynda.com. I feel like I have a good grasp of the fundamentals now. What I want now is some DW CC educational material on an intermediate level that utilitzes current standards. I enjoy both books and videos.
Maybe to basic, but maybe something you can use, I learned alot from, quick, easy, hours video packed full with info:
or Youtube 'Dreamweaver CS6 trainsimple' --trainsimple makes some decent-good videos
Good Reading and starting//reference:
ADOBE DREAMWEVER HELP
Creating your first web site in DW - (5-part tutorial)
Responsive Web Design with CSS Media Queries
PHP Solutions (book)
Web Design Tutsplus
Nancy, This is a good question and answers. The only issue that I have with videos scattered all over the internet is at times it's had to know if they are CC or not. I never used prior versions so all I know is CC. Even searching in forums and for help here on Adobe's website can be very confusing.
David in Texas
It's like learning to drive a car. You can only learn so much from videos and books. Ultimately, you just need to drive the car. Confidence comes from experience. The more you use CC (or any tool for that matter), the more you'll learn about it.
If you're looking for videos all in one place, and want to be sure they're relevant to Dreamweaver CC, you might be interested in Dreamweaver CC: Learn by Video (http://www.peachpit.com/store/adobe-dreamweaver-cc-learn-by-video-9780 321939692). It's based on the 13.1 version of DW CC that was released in August.
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