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Dreamweaver 5
Macromedia Dreamweaver alternative for Linux

Don’t you just hate the fact that Macromedia and Adobe have not ported most of their products to the Linux platform? I sure do. There is no decent alternative to Adobe Photoshop and Macromedia Dreamweaver. While I keep on looking for a non-GIMP solution to graphical applications, NVU seems to be developing into a great alternative for Macromedia Dreamweaver.

Open Source Dreamweaver
If you have at least two pages on a website you maintain, you can benefit from a tool to help manage the design and content independently. The best tool I've seen for this is Macromedia's commercial Dreamweaver software, available for Macintosh and Windows. The key thing that Dreamweaver gets right is its use of templates. You design a page which will serve as a template for several similar pages. You define some parts as "Editable Regions", which can vary from page to page. When you edit a page that uses a template in Dreamweaver, it 'locks' the un-editable regions so you can't alter them.
ASP.NET and Dreamweaver MX
This tutorial assumes you are familiar with creating databases in MS Access, that you understand the underlying concepts of application development, and that you are familiar Dreamweaver UltraDev.In addition to coverage of DWMX features Dot NET News shows how to implement ASP.NET folder level security on your content management pages and discusses how to authenticate global site users with the ASP.NET authentication service. The complete code of this tutorial is available as a download.
Dreamweaver's environment
This chapter introduces you to Dreamweaver's environment, which consists of various windows, palettes, objects, inspectors, and tools you utilize to build your web pages and manage your web site.

OBJECTIVES
Upon completing this section, you should be able to:

  1. Identify the main components of Dreamweaver's environment

  2. Select and modify Dreamweaver's Preferences

web development: Dreamweaver
web developers create dynamic websites quickly and easily by extending the capabilities of Dreamweaver. Whether it's a common user interface pattern or a complex database query, Kollection automates many common development patterns and tasks so you can concentrate on what makes your application unique. By leveraging Dreamweaver's familiar user interface, Kollection's components enable web designers and developers of all skill levels to quickly create sophisticated applications. Kollection contains all the capabilities previously available within MX Kollection Pro, while now adding tabbed menus, XML interchange, and online HTML editing.
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