Dreamweaver CC has a great many form options and possibilities, from basic to advanced. In this post, I’ll walk you through the process of creating functional, tasty forms. No french dressing required.
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.
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.
Okay, I’ll confess. I’m a Dreamweaver extension junkie. I’ve long admired the foresight and effort invested by Dreamweaver engineers to make the core functionality of the program both customizable and extensible in recognition of the ever-evolving needs of web designers and developers.
WOW, Dreamweaver is 18! Our baby is all grown up. From a precocious start that took the web-building world by storm, Dreamweaver has flourished by continually innovating to keep apace with modern trends in design and code.