Adobe Dreamweaver is a proprietary web development tool from Adobe Systems. It was created by Macromedia in 1997 and developed by them until Macromedia was acquired.
Full Specifications What's new in version CC (2014.1) • Extract: Get contextual code-hinting; drag and drop optimized images into Live View; easily copy CSS and text; and obtain measurements as well as information about colors, gradients, fonts, and more from a PSD. • Extract: Get contextual code-hinting; drag and drop optimized images into Live View; easily copy CSS and text; and obtain measurements as well as information about colors, gradients, fonts, and more from a PSD. • Live Guides: With Live Guides, you can accurately move HTML elements, along with their associated code, simply by dragging and dropping. • Live Guides: With Live Guides, you can accurately move HTML elements, along with their associated code, simply by dragging and dropping. • 64-bit architecture: Dreamweaver has been reengineered to take full advantage of modern 64-bit hardware and operating systems, resulting in better compatibility and improved performance.
General Publisher Publisher web site Release Date October 30, 2014 Date Added October 30, 2014 Version CC (2014.1) Category Category Subcategory Operating Systems Operating Systems Windows XP/Vista/7 Additional Requirements 512MB RAM, 1GB disk space Download Information File Size Not Available File Name External File Popularity Total Downloads 6,036,952 Downloads Last Week 109 Pricing License Model Purchase Limitations 30-day trial Price $19.99.
Dreamweaver Tutorial: How to Create a Website with Dreamweaver CS3 (Part 1) by Christopher Heng, Adobe Dreamweaver Creative Suite 3 (CS3), formerly known as Macromedia Dreamweaver, is a fully-featured commercial web editor that allows you to create, build and manage complex websites. The editor is a, which means that you can design your web page visually and whatever you see on the screen is what your visitors will see when they visit your website. Dreamweaver generates standards-compliant code for your website which means your website will not become 'broken' every time a new version of a web browser is released. For the technically inclined, the HTML and CSS code that it creates for your website will. This tutorial guides you through the steps of creating your first website using Dreamweaver. What You Will Need • Dreamweaver CS3 You will need Dreamweaver CS3 (obviously). The tutorial assumes that you are using Dreamweaver CS3.
There are versions of Dreamweaver for both Windows and Mac OS X — either version will do fine. For the most part, both versions work in the same way. Note: if you are using a different version of Dreamweaver, please see the tutorial series for that version instead: for example, for CS6, for CS 5.5, for CS5, and for CS4. • A Web Hosting Account You will need a web host to publish your pages to.
For the complete beginner, a web host is (loosely speaking) a company which has computers that are permanently connected to the Internet. After you design your web page(s), you will need to transfer your pages to your web host's computer (called a web server), so that the rest of the world can see it. There are numerous web hosts around — you can find a on There are other things involved in getting your first web site up and running, such as, and. This tutorial however does not deal with those matters — it is strictly about designing (creating) and publishing () your website using Dreamweaver. If you are a total beginner, you may want to consult my article for the rest of the process. Overall Goals of the Dreamweaver Tutorial By the end of this tutorial, you will have set up a working website with multiple pages, including a main page, a feedback form, an About Us page, and a Site Map. Your pages will contain a sophisticated navigation menu bar, images, multiple columns, a form, links to other pages within your site, links to other sites, text in different font sizes, etc.
In other words, you will have a fully functional website. More importantly, you will know how to use Dreamweaver to create, design and publish your site so that you can design new sites any time you want. Goal of this Chapter In this chapter, you will learn to create a rudimentary two-column web page (like that you are currently reading) and publish it so that it can be accessed on the Internet. By the end of this chapter, you will be viewing your web page on the Internet with your favourite web browser. Note that this is a hands-on tutorial.