• Contribute CS5
  • Using Contribute 4
  • Administering Contribute 4
$449 .00
1 days :: 9:00-5:00

Workshop Dates
No classes scheduled. Call 614-888-4179 for more information on workshops.

Multiple Registrations qualify for 20% discount

Contribute CS5

logo Adobe Contribute Web Publishing introduces Administrators and Publishers to Adobe Contribute. Participants learn how to configure Adobe Contribute so they can deploy web sites, update web pages, and manage the web site’s settings and user permissions.

 

Adobe Authorized Training Center

Lesson 1
  • Getting Started
  • Installing and Running Contribute
  • Exploring the Contribute Workspace
  • Getting Onscreen Help
  • Understanding Contribute’s Workflow
  • Setting a Startup Password
Lesson 2
  • Making a Site Connection
  • Preparing to Connect
  • Using the Connection Wizard
  • Using the Connection Assistant
  • Importing Site Connection Keys
  • Editing Site Connections
  • Working Offline
Lesson 3
  • Building Web Pages
  • Browsing Sites
  • Creating New Pages
  • Building New Pages from Starter Pages
  • Building New Pages from Dreamweaver Templates
  • Copying Existing Pages
  • Setting Page Properties
  • Setting Keywords and Descriptions
  • Saving Pages Drafts
  • Sharing Review Pages
  • Reviewing Other Peoples Pages
  • Using the Draft Console
  • Publishing Your Pages
  • Rolling Back to Previous Versions
  • Printing Pages
Lesson 4
  • Editing Page Content
  • Basic Text Editing
  • Using HTML Styles
  • Using CSS Styles
  • Working with Lists
  • Inserting Dates
  • Adding Horizontal Rules
  • Inserting Special Characters
  • Finding and Replacing Text
  • Checking Spelling
  • Adding PayPal E-commerce buttons
  • Adding Google Search Fields
Lesson 5
  • Working with Images
  • Adding Images to Your Pages
  • Adjusting Image Properties
  • Editing Images
  • Working with Flash Content
  • Inserting Movie Files
  • Inserting Shared Assets
Lesson 6
  • Working with Links
  • About Linking
  • Linking to Draft Pages
  • Creating New Pages from Links
  • Linking to Web Addresses
  • Creating Email Links
  • Linking to Local Files
  • Adding and Editing Anchors
  • Editing and Removing Links
Lesson 7
  • Creating Tables
  • Creating a New Table
  • Inserting Rows and Columns
  • Deleting Table Elements
  • Formatting Tables
  • Setting Table Properties
  • Merging and Splitting Cells
  • Setting Cell Properties
  • Sorting Table Contents
Lesson 8
  • Using Dreamweaver Templates
  • Creating Pages from Templates
  • Dreamweaver Template Details
  • Working with Editable Areas
  • Setting Template Properties
Lesson 9
  • Working with External Documents
  • Using External Documents
  • Importing Word and Excel Documents
  • Inserting Documents as Flash Paper
  • Editing Imported Office Documents
  • Editing Other Document Types
Lesson 10
  • Site Administration
  • Overview of CPS
  • Becomming an Administrator
  • Assigning User Roles
  • Creating User Roles
  • Modifying User Roles
  • Sharing Site Connections

$395 .00
1 days :: 9:00-5:00

Workshop Dates
No classes scheduled. Call 614-888-4179 for more information on workshops.

Multiple Registrations qualify for 20% discount

Using Contribute 4

logo The Using Adobe Contribute CS4 course is designed to help you learn to use Adobe Contribute to create new web pages, edit existing web pages, and publish content without having to learn complicated authoring tools or HTML coding. This course is one-day in length.

After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Use tools and panels in the Contribute workspace
  • Make a connection in Adobe Contribute
  • Browse to a page to edit
  • Edit an existing web page
  • Add images, tables, and links to a page
  • Save a draft of others' work
  • Create a page using templates
  • Work offline wth Contribute
  • Convert a document with Flash Paper
  • Add a Microsoft Office Document
  • Publish your documents.

 

Adobe Authorized Training Center

Course Outline
Unit 1: Introducing Using Adobe Contribute CS4
  • About the course
  • Course Objectives
  • Course Prerequisites
  • Course Outline
  • Introducing Adobe Contribute CS4
  • Exploring the Contribute Workspace
  • The Contribute Sidebar
Unit 2: Connecting to a Website
  • Creating a Connection
  • Changing Contribute Preferences
  • Using Contribute to Work Offline
Unit 3: Browsing for Pages
  • Finding a Webpage
  • Setting up access to commonly used pages
  • Opening pages without browsing
Unit 4: Working with Drafts
  • Creating Pages
  • Editing Pages
  • Understanding the Draft Review Process
  • Using the Draft Console
  • Preview, Publish and Rollback changes
Unit 5: Formatting Text
  • About HTML and CSS Styles in Contribute Style Menu
  • Creating Lists
  • Checking Spelling
Unit 6: Working with Multimedia
  • About Inserting Images
  • Editing Images
  • Adding Video
  • Adding Flash
Unit 7: Working with Tables
  • Working with Tables
  • Modifying Table Appearance
Unit 8: Working with Links
  • Creating text and image links
  • Linking to a page on your website or another website
  • Linking to a specific place on a page
Unit 9: Working with Microsoft Office
  • Importing content from Microsoft Word
  • About FlashPaper
  • Working with FlashPaper

$395 .00
1 days :: 9:00-5:00

Workshop Dates
No classes scheduled. Call 614-888-4179 for more information on workshops.

Multiple Registrations qualify for 20% discount

Administering Contribute 4

logo The Administering Adobe Contribute 4 course is designed to help you learn how to configure Adobe Contribute so that you can deploy websites, create and distribute site connections for users, and manage the website?s settings and user permissions. The course is task-based, with students learning by doing. Along with covering the administering tasks of Contribute 4, the course focuses on best practices.

After completing this course, you should be able to perform the following tasks:

  • Establish a connection to a website in Adobe Contribute.
  • Become an Administrator.
  • Configure sitewide settings.
  • Set web server properties.
  • Enable file rollback.
  • Maintain users, groups, and roles.
  • Specify a group’s file and folder access levels.
  • Export connection keys.
  • Enable Publishing Services.
  • Set up a User Directory for Contributor authentication. Administer new page and styling settings.
  • Administer template options.
  • Filter styles and hide unwanted CSS styles.
  • Enable the use of shared site assets.
  • Use Dreamweaver library items.
  • Set image options.
  • Enable accessibility for the creation of website pages. Enable screen reader support.
  • Describe website security and deployment.
To gain the most from this class, you should already:
  • Have experience using Contribute to maintain websites or have completed the Using Adobe Contribute 4 courseware.
  • Have experience building and maintaining websites using Adobe Dreamweaver CS4.
  • Be familiar with the set-up and administration of websites and web servers.
  • Have experience setting up users, groups, and permissions.
  • Be familiar with web pages technologies, such as HTML and CSS.

 

Adobe Authorized Training Center

Course Outline
Unit 1: Introducing Adobe Contribute 4
  • Describe the course format.
  • Describe the course objectives and topics.
  • List the course prerequisites.
  • Describe the Contribute user and administrative features.
  • Describe the Contribute roles and responsibilities.
Unit 2: Connecting with Contribute 4
  • Plan a website connection.
  • Describe the connection strategies.
  • Use the Connection Wizard.
  • Change Contribute preferences.
  • Become an Administrator.
  • Adjust sitewide settings.
  • Set web server properties.
  • Enable rollbacks.
Unit 3: Managing Users and Permissions
  • Describe user management.
  • Design an approval system.
  • Create and edit user roles.
  • Create a connection key.
  • Distribute a connection key to users.
Unit 4: Using Contribute Publishing Services
  • Describe the Contribute Publishing Services.
  • Administer Contribute Publishing Services.
  • Use the Contribute Publishing Services.
  • Specify a user directory.
  • Use the approval process.
Unit 5: Setting New Page and Styling Options
  • Administer new page settings.
  • Control the location of saved pages.
  • Administer template options.
  • Enable external page source editor.
  • Administer styling settings and create a style filter.
  • Access page properties.
  • Describe best practices for using styles.
  • Use design-time style sheets.
Unit 6: Managing Site Assets
  • Describe shared asset types.
  • Insert shared assets.
  • Set image options.
  • Enable accessibility.
  • Set accessibility options.
Unit 7: Deploying and Maintaining Contribute Managed Sites
  • Describe deployment issues.
  • Complete deployment tasks.
  • Restrict access to administrative folders.
  • Use the CPS logging features.
  • Use the CPS notification features.
  • Remove Contribute and CPS administration from a site.

 

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