Adobe Dreamweaver Questions

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in General Discussion edited January 2014
A) Is cnet.com made with Dreamweaver?



B) Is webmd.com made with Dreamweaver?



C) Has anyone used the new CS3 Dreamweaver?



D) Does the CS3 Dreamweaver on Intel Macs work well? no bugs? random quits?



E) Is Dreamweaver an easy program to learn?



F) Are there other programs out there that are cheaper/better?



Thanks

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    MarvinMarvin Posts: 14,786moderator
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by M.O.S.T View Post


    A) Is cnet.com made with Dreamweaver?

    B) Is webmd.com made with Dreamweaver?



    I don't know but you shouldn't just look at what other people are using, use what lets you do the best job.



    Quote:
    Originally Posted by M.O.S.T View Post


    C) Has anyone used the new CS3 Dreamweaver?



    Yes.



    Quote:
    Originally Posted by M.O.S.T View Post


    D) Does the CS3 Dreamweaver on Intel Macs work well? no bugs? random quits?



    Very well indeed. I don't recall seeing any of the CS3 apps quitting after regular use. No bugs to speak of.



    Quote:
    Originally Posted by M.O.S.T View Post


    E) Is Dreamweaver an easy program to learn?



    You don't really learn the program but how to build websites. The program is largely transparent so it's pretty easy to get to grips with.



    Quote:
    Originally Posted by M.O.S.T View Post


    F) Are there other programs out there that are cheaper/better?



    Cheaper yes and I'd imagine some are better. I don't see that software like Dreamweaver does all that much. You basically build up a design and add code to make it work. The ftp features look pretty simple (not that it needs to be complex) and the design view doesn't really work that well as it rarely shows you what you get so I think you could easily get a text editor (one with code completion and syntax highlighting), a browser and an ftp program and do a similar job.



    A program like this will probably do as good a job as dreamweaver and has a proper preview:



    http://www.panic.com/coda/
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