PHP & Dreamweaver Level 2

Hands-on professional PHP training in Chicago, online or at your location.

Length: 3 Days
$1595 with Free Retakes for 8 Months

*We schedule this class by demand, onsite or custom training.

Taught by an Adobe Certified Instructor. Official Adobe Certificate upon class completion.

You may take this Adobe Authorized class live in Chicago or online. Class size limited to 10 students or less, free retakes for 8 months for classes on our published schedule.

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Prerequisites:

Attendees must have solid PHP & Dreamweaver knowledge.

PHP & Dreamweaver Level 2

Adobe Dreamweaver Training

This class takes more time with Dreamweaver’s advanced functions, including: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), Advanced Behaviors, and customizing the Dreamweaver application itself. You will learn more about the power of back-end technologies such as Web Databases, AJAX, Search Interfaces, Record sets and more.

  • Defining a Static Site.
  • Creating and Formatting the Contact Us Page.
  • Assessing the Site: The Code, Business Processes.
  • Automating Changes with Find and Replace.
  • Redefining HTML Elements with CSS.
  • Creating and Applying Custom CSS Styles, Creating a Reusable Template.
  • Enhancing Accessibility with Invisible Navigation.
  • Dynamic Web Site Basics and Choosing a Server Model.
  • Redefining the Newland Tours Site for Dynamic Development.
  • Developing with a Local Server.
  • Setting Up a Local Environment for Apache/PHP.
  • Developing with a Remote Server.
  • Defining a Dynamic Site in Dreamweaver, Building a Simple, Dynamic Application.
  • Understanding the HTTP Protocol.
  • Retrieving Data from the URL.
  • Sending Data with Hyperlinks, Setting and Retrieving Cookies.
  • Introducing SMTP Email Service.
  • Configuring Your System to Send SMTP Email Messages.
  • Configuring PHP to Send Email.
  • Writing the Code to Send a Message.
  • Understanding Objects, Methods, and Properties.
  • Creating the Web Form.
  • Emailing Dynamic Form Values, Client-Side Form Validation.
  • Creating the Pages and Building the Form.
  • Collecting, Processing, and Displaying the Data.
  • Adding Server-Side Form Validation and Creating the Conditional Region.
  • Creating and Applying a Custom CSS Class.
  • Dynamically Populated Drop-Down Menus.
  • Creating Filtered Recordsets.
  • Revising the Calculation Script With Live Data.
  • Documenting Your Code With Comments.
  • A Crash Course in Databases.
  • Introducing Database Objects and Understanding Relationships.
  • Databases on the Web.
  • Database Security and the Web.
  • Installing the Newland Tours Database in MySQL.
  • Touring the Newland Database.
  • Connecting to a Database and Retrieving Recordsets and Displaying Database Information.
  • Passing and Using Data with Ajax.
  • Expanding Dreamweaver with Extensions.
  • Turning a Recordset into XML.
  • Connect Country Profiles page to XML data.
  • Building a Spry Table and Creating Spry Regions.
  • Displaying with a Spry Accordion.
  • Adding Images and the Country Name.
  • Looking Up Foreign Table Data with SQL.
  • Refining Page Display Using CSS Styling and Positioning.
  • Planning the Application.
  • Creating Recordsets with Joins and Building the Descriptions.
  • Inserting the Images and alt Attributes.
  • Implementing Recordset Paging.
  • Passing Data to Other Applications.
  • Preparing the Search Page and Creating the Search All Link.
  • Searching by Region: Building the Interfaces.
  • Revising the Query and Commenting Code for Testing and Debugging.
  • Suppressing the Navigation Bar.
  • Searching by Country: Filtering by Form Variable.
  • Modifying SQL Statements According to Environmental Variables.
  • User Authentication as a Web Application.
  • Building the Registration Pages.
  • Building the Log-in Page and Restricting Access to Pages.
  • Creating the Admin Section and Formatting Content Stored in a Database.
  • Creating the Form Interface.
  • Using Session Variables and Hidden Fields to Track Users.
  • Inserting the Record.
  • Preparing the Pages and Planning for the Master-Detail Pages.
  • Making the Detail Page Updatable.
  • Preparing the Content Management System.
  • Building the Form and Hand-Coding a Recordset.
  • Adding the Insert Functionality.
  • Creating the Master Page and the Update Record Detail Page.
  • Adding the Update and Delete Functionality.
  • Update the Links on the Admin Page.
  • Where to Go from Here.