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- Learn one tool, then learn from the tool
- Add video easily.
- Simplify CSS.
- Get started with XML.
- Tap into the vast Dreamweaver community.
- Visual authoring with XML data
- New, unified CSS panel
- CSS layout visualization
- Style rendering toolbar
- CSS rendering improvements
- Accessibility: Support for WCAG/W3C priority 2 checkpoints
- Improved WebDAV
- Support for ColdFusion MX 7
- Support for PHP 5
- Flash Video
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I was okay with Dreamweaver3, but now things have got a lot more complicated with the advent of CSS and I'm floundering with this.
It's just so difficult sometimes to do the simplest job that I rarely have the patience to figure out how. CSS means that you can get into endless difficulties just trying to change the size of text, or something equally simple.
If you know what you're doing with HTML and CSS you'll be okay, but isn't Dreamweaver supposed to shield you from some of the mechanics of that? Well, it doesn't.
And I really hate the interface. Creating a new style is so counter-intuitive that I've never managed to do it the same way twice.
And when you've created a style, you'd expect it to show up in the Style menu, so you can just highlight text and apply that style. Think again. It's so complicated I can barely begin to explain how you actually do it.
Hmm. So if you're already an HTML/CSS expert, you'll get along well enough with this. But will you need it? You may find it easier to do without the clumsy interface and build from scratch.
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I have been using Dreamweaver for 5 years now (initially in Macromedia Studio MX). I find it an excellent tool for my needs. Read morePublished on 5 Mar. 2009 by P. A. Murphy
I've been using Dreamweaver for quite a few years. Last 2 years using MX 2004, which I found to be excellent but not without it's flaws (and a habit of crashing sometimes). Read morePublished on 11 Dec. 2005