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Anyone Use Dreamweaver?

Discussion in 'Dreamweaver' started by shortd81, Jun 18, 2007.

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  1. shortd81

    shortd81 New Member

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    Now yall are making me feel good. I know I don't use it and I hard code all my web pages that I do code. But I didn't think EVERYONE else did the samething. Come on where are the DreamWeaver Designers at?:rollingeyes:
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  2. midlandi

    midlandi Can you smell that?

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    I am impressed you hard code, i do it the easier way, Dreamweaver, though i am still learning it.
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    shortd81 New Member

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    The only reason I like hard coding is because you have more control and if you did mess up you know how you code and could most likely find the error quicker.

    I've tried all the other coding programs and love my WordPad :biggrin:
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    I use dreamweaver too. Very rarely code.
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    Shreyas New Member

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    Dreamweaver is good to use but once the page is set up, you dont know how to edit it... Or you get confused...
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    midlandi Can you smell that?

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    I disagree, as you can edit in the code or design section and see whats happening as you do it.
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    No i said that once you do the formatting those codes are pretty difficult to edit but in Notepad you'll have written the code and you'll know where to edit..
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    midlandi Can you smell that?

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    I see your point, but in Dreamweaver if you view the code and design when you click in the araea you need to edited it also shows in the code area,is what i meant. Its ideal for non expert coders,and also to learn code as you go along.For example you can add stuff wysiwyg style then view the code this has produced.
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    And if you change the code manually, it sometimes does not change and the color codes especially get mixed..
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    That's why I say I like total control over my mistakes and it makes it easier for ME to fix and code in html and xhmtl
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    I'm a beginner i use dreamweaver for normal HTML pages :biggrin:
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    I've used Dreamweaver but once I learned hard coding I went to that because it is easier to customize.

    Derek
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    used deamweaver a few year ago, just use text pad this days
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    i used to use this at school but i thought its a bit simple unless you know exactly what your doing
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    I think you haven't full command over it. There is not a single tool of designing webs which don't allow you to edit code or stuff and you are talking about Dreamweaver which is the hot and favorite product of top programmers and coders of this planet. I think someone can perform all the tasks related to graphics and programming with this outclass too.
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    i could never get into dreamweaver, when people were using that back in high school i was still using microsoft paint :)

    simple is easier :laugh:
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    To Dreamweaver users, Microsoft has stopped the production of its web authoring application Frontpage. Instead it introduced Expression Web. Initial review showed that this can give Dreaweaver a run for its money.
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    front page is being rejected lol XD
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    I have tried Dreamweaver and I must admit it is quite easy to use, especially because you don't really need to know how to script. I think it's got lots of cool features and the templates that come with it can be easily customized to make out your own web templates. But I've been using Frontpage for over a year now and I'm more used to it, plus it loads quicker. I don't use Frontpage templates though, because they don't look great, and I also don't care much for Frontpage extensions. I only use the html page there. Notepad ++ is pretty cool too.
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    Dreamweaver is pretty drag web making program as i liked it

    Just.. Soo simple and easy
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