Our team continues to streamline and improve Dreamweaver. It has a modern UI, edit capabilities in Live View, CSS Designer and a 64-bit architecture. That’s not all though, it gets even better. It also has a complete integration of Extract which empowers users to easily go from PSD comp to code.
Extract enables web designers and developers to build web and mobile content from a Photoshop comp directly in Dreamweaver, bridging the gap between Photoshop and Dreamweaver, and reducing the need to go back and forth between the two.
The latest release of Dreamweaver CC has not only introduced new features, but also has major improvements to existing ones such as the CSS Designer and the Element Quick View. We’ve created a couple of videos to provide an overview of these features and the enhancements we’ve made in Dreamweaver CC.
This video provides an overview of the CSS Designer panel and highlights the improvements to it. In this video you’ll learn how to:
Start a page design with the CSS Designer.
Work with the CSS Designer visual controls.
Use the panel’s workflow enhancements.
You’ll also take a look at how Live View integrates with the CSS Designer feature, making web design easier than ever.
Today we’re excited to announce the 2014 release of Dreamweaver CC! This latest version will improve your productivity and streamline your web design process, making it quicker for you to build and edit your web and mobile projects.
Can’t wait to get your hands on it? Download Dreamweaver CC now.
The Dreamweaver team is conducting a customer feedback survey. The objective of this survey is to connect with you, our users, and figure out from as many of you as possible what’s working in Dreamweaver and what isn’t.
Your feedback is important to us. Participation in this survey is voluntary and your responses are completely anonymous.
We’re thrilled to announce the #DreamweaverInAction series. Many of our customers have shared their great work and stories, so we decided to pass it along to the community.
The primary aim of this series is to show off our customers’ exciting work, inspire further creativity by sharing ideas and cultivate a discussion about the modern Dreamweaver. It will also help our featured customers get exposure through Adobe’s social channels and website.
We kicked off the series by showing off the creative work of AltaSartoria web design agency. Claudio Caciagli, lead designer and developer, has just launched this stunning responsive website http://altasartoria.com
AltaSartoria web design agency
We followed that up with an inspiring example by designer Jordan Flower, who used Dreamweaver and WordPress to create a business at Keys Apparel that supports victims of human trafficking.
Dreamweaver & WordPress site.
Do you have a great story to tell? Tell it to millions of Adobe customers. Send us your website or work you’ve created with Dreamweaver CC and be part of the story. You can share your story by sending us a message on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/AdobeDreamweaver) or tweet it with the (#DreamweaverInAction) hash tag.
A few months ago, we announced a new Dreamweaver CC update with several exciting new features.
One of these, the Live Highlight feature, lets you visualize the relationships between HTML elements in Live View and applied CSS selectors.
Let’s review how Live Highlight works. In the screenshot below, a user intends to make changes to the ‘Cart’ navigation link. To make changes to HTML elements, the user usually starts by selecting the CSS selector “.SiteNavLink a” and editing the associated properties. These changes could however inadvertently change other HTML elements that the user might have no intention of changing at all.
Live Highlight in Dreamweaver
Using Live Highlight, users can now simply click the CSS selector in the CSS Designer panel to see the affected page elements. These elements are highlighted in blue in Live View mode. Users decide if they want to create a separate Selector that applies to ‘Cart‘ alone, thus leaving the styles for other links undisturbed.