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Web Design
May 10, 2016 /

Part 1: How to Conduct a Basic Accessibility Audit on Your Site

It can seem overwhelming, but there are a few simple things you can do to evaluate your site’s accessibility. Many different types of people need to use the web. Not everyone is using technology in the same way. It is crucial to design for a range of abilities and assistive technologies, to make sure that people do not experience barriers to using your site.

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Web Design
May 5, 2016 /

HTML Email? Dreamweaver CC Delivers!

A recent industry study named Dreamweaver CC the overwhelming favorite HTML editor for designing and developing HTML emails. And not by a little: Dreamweaver was preferred by greater than twice as the nearest competitor.

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Dreamweaver Interface
April 8, 2016 /

Rolling Animate CC Projects into Dreamweaver CC Web Pages

Sure, animations bring web pages to life. But for far too long, you needed to virtually channel Victor Frankenstein (pronounced Frahnk-en-steen) just to juggle all the elements necessary for handling a proper integration across browser platforms.

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Dreamweaver Interface
September 11, 2013 /

7 Useful Adobe Dreamweaver Webinars

Dreamweaver-ers! Earlier this year we launched a webinar series to provide an overview of the core Dreamweaver CC features…

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Dreamweaver Interface
February 14, 2013 /

Edge Web Fonts integration with Adobe Dreamweaver

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Milestones
October 3, 2012 /

Dreamweaver extensions don’t appear after updating Dreamweaver to 12.1

Menu organization is changing in this release because a new menus.xml file will overwrite the previous menus.xml file. Because the previous menus.xml file – which contained Dreamweaver extensions – will be overwritten, menu entries corresponding to these extensions will no longer be displayed after the update.

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