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Adobe DreamWeaver CS6

ISBN : 9781616912987

Gain hands-on expertise in Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 certification exam with Adobe DreamWeaver CS6 course. The course focuses on the objectives of Dreamweaver CS6 exam and provides competence across a spectrum of skills including defining a site, creating web pages, laying out pages, and so on. The Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 certification is an industry recognized credential.

The Dreamweaver CS6 exam is a standalone certification from Adobe with the exam code 9A0-332. The certification is targeted at professionals who are involved in graphics editing program. The ACE Dreamweaver CS6 test is right for those candidates who want to enhance their technical abilities and demonstrated proficiency in the ACE Dreamweaver CS6 software.

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What is the exam registration fee? USD 180
Where do I take the exam? The Dreamweaver CS6 exam is administered by Pearson VUE at testing centers worldwide. Click here to find a testing center near you.
What is the format of the exam? The exam consists of multiple choice questions.
What are the pre-requisites of the exam?

Adobe has the following pre-requisites for Dreamweaver CS6:

  • The candidate should have at least three years experience as a web developer.
  • The candidate must be familiar with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Fireworks.
  • Must have experience with architecting a site, designing page layouts, coding pages, and formatting page elements with CSS.
  • Should also be familiar with web standards and able to render pages in modern web browsers.

The following are typical tasks that a candidate shouldbe able to perform:

  • Define sites for ftp connection.
  • Create, edit, and manage pages.
  • Add content such as text, images, and rich media to pages.
  • Format text and images with CSS.
  • Author HTML code.
  • Preview pages in browsers.
  • Deploy and manage sites.
How many questions are asked in the exam? The exam contains 60 questions.
What is the duration of the exam? 65 minutes
What is the passing score? 75%
What is the exam's retake policy?

In the event that you fail your first attempt at passing the DWCS6 examination, Adobe's retake policy is:

  • Candidates will be required to wait for a period of 14 days from the date of the last attempt before they can retake the exam.
  • The candidates who failed their exams in first attempt, cannot retake it more than three times in a 12 month (1 year) period. They need to wait for 12 months before attempting the 4th retake exam.
What is the validity of the certification? The Dreamweaver CS6 certification has no expiration. The certification holder is certified for life unless the vendor changes their policy.
Where can I find more information about this exam? To know more about the DWCS6, click here.
Which certification covers this exam?
What are the career opportunities after passing this exam?

A Dreamweaver CS6 Certified Professional has several career opportunities open up to them, including:

  • Web publisher
  • Graphics designer
  • Fashion Photographer
  • Topic A: The Internet and website planning
  • Topic B: Setting up your workspace
  • Topic C: The Document window
  • Topic D: The Property inspector
  • Topic E: Previewing a web page
  • Unit summary: Getting started
  • Review Questions
  • Topic A: Planning a website
  • Topic B: Setting up a site
  • Topic C: Creating web pages
  • Topic D: Exploring website files
  • Topic E: Managing site files
  • Unit summary: Websites and pages
  • Review Questions
  • Topic A: Inserting and importing text
  • Topic B: Using special characters
  • Topic C: Adding structure
  • Topic D: Inserting line breaks
  • Topic E: Creating lists
  • Unit summary: Basic editing
  • Review Questions
  • Topic A: Overview of style sheets
  • Topic B: External style sheets
  • Topic C: Creating styles
  • Topic D: Cascade effect
  • Unit summary: CSS basics
  • Review Questions
  • Topic A: Working with images
  • Topic B: Editing images
  • Topic C: Adding Flash
  • Topic D: Examining links
  • Topic E: Adding links
  • Unit summary: Images, multimedia, and links
  • Review Questions
  • Topic A: Code basics
  • Topic B: Exploring head elements
  • Topic C: Selecting code
  • Topic D: Inserting code
  • Topic E: Editing code
  • Topic F: Using Find and Replace
  • Unit summary: Working with code
  • Review Questions
  • Topic A: Performing pre-publishing checks
  • Topic B: Specifying site connections
  • Topic C: Transferring files
  • Unit summary: Publishing
  • Review Questions
  • Topic A: CSS styles and starter layout
  • Topic B: Working with page layouts and styles
  • Unit summary: Designing with CSS
  • Review Questions
  • Topic A: Creating AP Divs
  • Topic B: Working with AP Divs
  • Topic C: Creating a responsive layouts
  • Unit summary: AP Divs and Responsive layouts
  • Review Questions
  • Topic A: Using Library assets and snippets
  • Topic B: Templates
  • Unit summary: Site assets and templates
  • Review Questions
  • Topic A: Behaviors
  • Topic B: Content navigation
  • Topic C: Tables
  • Unit summary: Behaviors, navigation and tables
  • Review Questions
  • Topic A: Building a form
  • Topic B: Validation input fields
  • Unit summary: Forms
  • Review Questions
  • Topic A: Using XML and XSLT
  • Topic B: Working with XML data
  • Unit summary: Working with XML
  • Review Questions
  • Topic A: jQuery Mobile
  • Topic B: PhoneGap
  • Unit summary: jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap
  • Review Questions