We Know: What Dreamweaver Does

What is Dreamweaver?

Dreamweaver is a software program used to create and modify Web pages. Though used by many professional webmasters, Dreamweaver is also used by non-professionals for their personal websites. It has many advanced features and can work with a variety of coding methods including HTML, java, XML, and others.

Dreamweaver is available for Windows and Macintosh operating systems. Adobe sells Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 for about $400 for a full product, and $200 for an upgrade.

What can you do with Dreamweaver?

Dreamweaver is a powerful application that can do all of the following and more:

  • Create cascading style sheets (CSS). This enables you to control what fonts, text styles, and other attributes are viewed on a Web page.
  • Can merge image and media manipulation software like Flash, Shockwave, and Fireworks into pages.
  • Import pictures into web pages.
  • View pages as code only, code and design, or design only.
  • Can FTP (file transfer protocol) pages onto and from your web hosting company's server.
  • Dreamweaver 8 supports PHP 5 and ColdFusion MX 7.
  • Can preview pages in several web browsers.
  • Automatically insert meta tags with keywords and description.
  • Batch process pages, including find, find and replace, check for broken links.
  • Manage multiple websites.
  • Spell check by single word, section, or page.
  • Create a Web photo album.
  • Clean up HTML. Dreamweaver will review all your tags and automatically remove redundant tags or other problems that you specify.
  • Tutorial, reference window, and help files to assist the user.
  • Set and remove code breakpoints.

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