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Dreamweaver 4
Dreamweaver: The Professional Touch
Dreamweaver is sometimes seen as FrontPage’s main competitor but, really, there’s not even a comparison to be made. Dreamweaver might be expensive, sure, but there are serious web designers out there using it and getting work done – I can guarantee you that no real designer has ever used a copy of FrontPage to design a website. Consequently, Dreamweaver is way out in the lead in terms of market share, with about 80% of the users
Dreamweaver vs FrontPage

There are two major WYSIWYG(What You See Is What You Get) editors available for beginners. These are: Microsoft FrontPage and Macromedia Dreamweaver. So the question is which one is better?
This article is not intended to humiliate Dreamweaver or FrontPage editors. I just attempted to analyze both programs from different points, based on Internet research, experience of other users and my years of html coding experience. To say honest I am not the fan both of them. In our production we regularly use AceHtmlPro but the fact is that many of our customers DO use either FrontPage or Dreamweaver and that’s the reason our employee have to be familiar with both. Writing the article I have talked to our stuff and did some research about both editors and I came up with the facts I’d like to share with you.

Macromedia Dreamweaver MX Snippet: Create It and Use It

The Macromedia Dreamweaver MX have these powerful new addition to its toolset – introducing, Snippets! Do you often use blocks of code? Well, snippets make it easy to save it or put it over the same conversion on a block already written on your page. It also allows you to save and reuse chunks of code over and over. Snippets save you time and effort in maintaining a large Web site. You can use snippets to store things.

* Headers and footers
* Logos
* Scripts

How to Manage Your Extension through Dreamweaver MX

The latest version of Macromedia Dreamweaver, Dreamweaver MX works with a standalone program that is a wonderful assistant in managing your file extension. Macromedia Dreamweaver MX offers extensions to improve the functionality and scope of Dreamweaver. This program is the extension manager that can be relied upon to install and remove your file extensions. Through this program, you can turn your extensions on and turn them off, as you please. Plus, true to Dreamweaver’s integrated capabilities, the extension manager program works well with Flash and Fireworks to manage their extensions as well. If you haven’t got any idea on how to manage your extensions through Dreamweaver MX, then, after going over these simple steps, you will find out how reliable and easy it is

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