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7 people found this helpful
on 16 January 2013
I have tried Dreamweaver before. Last try was Dreamweaver MX. It was pretty awful to use, not easy to follow and after paying a lot of money for it, it ended up on the shelf unused.
How times change. I downloaded a try-out of this and also got some on line tuition. After an hour or so I was already making simple websites - well one or two page ones and with the split screen and the tuition was able to understand the code and make alterations that way. This is a big improvement since Adobe bought out Macramedia. Like all Adobe programmes you do need to take lessons, buy a book and keep at it. Its like learning a language. takes time but with practise you get better.
I am now in control of my website, what goes on o and how it looks. No more cheap downloads and poor websites for me.