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Let us know what you think about Sync!

Hi there,

If you’re using Dreamweaver CC, perhaps you’ve also been using Sync Settings to keep your site settings, keyboard shortcuts,and other preferences in check across your machines (ooh and across OSs too- boom!).

We’re obviously pretty excited about it – but we want to hear from you – have you been using Sync? If so, how’s it working out and what (if any) issues have you encountered?

Please click here to take a brief survey to share your thoughts on Sync Settings.

Thanks a ton! Cheers.

- Dreamweaver team

How To Set Up WordPress in Dreamweaver


In this tutorial learn how to set up a WordPress site locally for editing in Dreamweaver. Learn how to install a local server (MAMP) set up a database, import your own content and then set up Dreamweaver to test the WordPress site locally.

Links you’ll need:
http://www.wordpress.org
http://www.mamp.info

Example site:
http://tranifamilytree.com

Tip: In Dreamweaver, turn off Display External Files for faster performance.

Additional tutorials will dive more into theming and customizing a WordPress site in Dreamweaver.

Live Today: Dreamweaver CCM Update #2

We’re happy to announce an update to Adobe Dreamweaver CC. This update focuses on stability enhancements and bug fixes. In addition, it includes improvements to code-view performance and some user experience enhancements. Download Dreamweaver CC here.

We encourage you to download the latest release of Dreamweaver CC and provide your feedback and comments. We’ve also just launched a customer feedback survey. The survey should take no more than a few minutes to complete. Click here to take the survey to provide your comments. Follow us on Twitter (@dreamweaver) and Like us on (https://www.facebook.com/AdobeDreamweaver) to stay up-to-date on forthcoming releases and new features.

Welcome back! Happy New Year and by the way… Proto!

Hello Dreamweaver-ers,

Happy New Year to you all! Sincerely hoping your holidays were wonderful and relaxing, and full of friends and family.

As recently announced on the Creative Cloud team blog, Adobe has decided to refocus our touch app development efforts – as part of this we are no longer making Adobe Proto available.

If you already have Proto then you can of course continue using the app – Dreamweaver CS6 (version 12.0.1 and later) includes the ability to open files created with Proto and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. If you are using Dreamweaver CS5 or CS5.5 then you need the Proto extension for Dreamweaver, which until recently was hosted on Adobe Labs – this was removed at the time of making the announcement, but we have re-instated the download – available here.

Support for Proto continues to be available through our forums.

While the decision to no longer offer Proto was hard to make, we are committed to creating new and better tools to support web designers and developers – more information will be shared here and on the Creative Cloud blog in the future.

PhoneGap Build issues in Dreamweaver

 

Greetings folks,

Have you had issues using PhoneGap Build in Dreamweaver? If so, please make sure and download the latest Dreamweaver build from Adobe Application Manager described in the last blog post. This build contains vital PhoneGap Build bug fixes as well as enhanced security measures. Make sure and launch Adobe Application Manager and update!

 

For Creative Suite (non-Creative Cloud Members) users: If you are prevented from using Adobe Application Manager for any reason, please feel free to get the standalone patch here.

Closing the Dreamweaver PreRelease survey!

Hello all -

So great to hear from everyone. We received dozens of responses. Some of you will be receiving emails in the next couple days inviting you to join the Pre Release. If you don’t hear from us, or you were late to the party, and you still want to join the Pre Release team, send an email to dw.prerelease2012@adobe.com and tell us why you want to be there! It’s a lively group – we’re looking for folks who are ok with speaking up when they see problems with the things we do!

Thanks again to all who participated. Looking forward to a better, badder Dreamweaver in 2013!