Discussion in 'Dreamweaver' started by alodia, Oct 18, 2011.
Neither, I like beer more than these two, both of them !
Hold on. What are we talking about? Dreamweaver is a SOFTWARE (WYSIWYG editor). Flash is either another software (to build animations with) or it can refer to the way a site is 'coded' as opposed to a 'simple' HTML/CSS layout. So, what are we talking about? If you're not clear with it, we're comparing apples and oranges
As software is concerned, I see a use for Flash only. I make my designs in a simple code editor, don't have to pay for a WYSIWYG one. Used DW 10 years ago, when I started out, don't need it anymore.
Don't use flash as it's not supported by Apple. HTML and Wordpress is all you need
I prefer the dreamweaver.
That true dojo flash site are for those who create site for their hobby as I have created many flash site just for hobby and learning but if any one is looking for strong online earning that flash sites are useless.
I like Dreamweaver........
I prefer to Dreamweaver
I mostly likes dreamweaver, but sometimes flash also if their is need.
b0th of these are necessary to design webpages.
there is no choice among them...
Well,There is no point in comparing Flash and Dreamweaver as both are different applications used in web designing.Flash is used to create attractive 2D animation for web banners,Whereas Dreamweaver is the HTML editor and used to integrate the web pages.....Both are the very important softwares for a web designer.......
Dreamweaver is used for create static and dynamic webpages, on the other hand the Flash is used for create flash animated banners, logos, and other animated files.
So, enjoy both softwares according your gk.
I like Dreamweaver as compared to Flash.
I always work on Dreamweaver.
I still using the dreamweaver and it is traditionally my favourite and popular in the world as well because there are huge accessibility issues with Flash.
Dreamweaver is my choice.
I use Dreamweaver because it is easier to use than flash.
most of the web designing people prefer Dreamweaver.
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