How to Make an Event Calendar with Adobe Dreamweaver

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How to Make an Event Calendar with Adobe Dreamweaver
You can create an event calendar in Dreamweaver by inserting a bordered table into your web page. (Thinkstock/Comstock/Getty Images)

Adobe Dreamweaver is a web development application designed to synchronise the markup language of HTML with a "what you see is what you get" visual layout, with both interfaces running side-by-side. With it, you can develop a web page from scratch without any prior coding experience, or tweak a page's physical layout and elements without any prior design experience. The software's comprehensive nature makes a task like creating a calendar of events a matter of a few mouse clicks.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy


  1. 1

    Create a new HTML document or open an existing one in Dreamweaver.

  2. 2

    Move your cursor to the point in your web page where you would like to insert the calendar.

  3. 3

    Click "Insert" in the main navigation menu and select "Table" from the submenu. Give the table a width of whatever value you desire in the dialogue box that pops up. Give it six rows and seven columns, with a top row header and a border value of "1." Click "OK" to insert the table into your web page.

  4. 4

    Click and drag your mouse across the cells in all of the rows except for the top one. Select "Top" and "Right" from the vertical and horizontal alignment option boxes, respectively.

  5. 5

    Fill in the top row with the seven days of the week. Proceed to the appropriate day for the month that the calendar will denote, and type "1" to mark the first day. Hit the "Tab" button to proceed to the next cell and type "2." Continue to tab through the cells and fill in the appropriate number of days.

  6. 6

    Fill in the events you wish to appear on your web page in the appropriate table cells.

  7. 7

    Save and publish your web page. Your event calendar will now be viewable to the public.

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