Web Design Softwares are software applications available for building and designing a website. One of them is Adobe Dreamweaver . Read about it in the article.
Adobe Dreamweaver Review
Adobe Dreamweaver is the most powerful web design software program on the market today. It is a product of Adobe Systems Inc. You may hear many people say that it is also a popular WYSIWYG website creator and editor or it is a full feature web page design software package. Yes, it is true. It is the top choice for professional web designers and web developers. It provides endless features ranging from standard to advanced functions.
Since it provides so many useful features and functions, Adobe Dreamweaver is not a cheap one. It costs you several hundred dollars for a license while many other web design software packages cost less than a hundred dollars.
The program is available for both Windows and Mac platforms. You can use it whether you are a Windows or Mac user. And the software is available in several languages including English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean (Windows only) and Spanish. The trial version is available to download and try. To download evaluation version at its official website, you need to have an account. You can create it for free.
Highlight Features of Adobe Dreamweaver
Here are some new features:
- HTML data sets
- Adobe InContext Editing
- Adobe Photoshop Smart Objects
- Related Files and Code Navigator
- Subversion integration
- Adobe AIR authoring support
- CSS best practices
- All standard web design features
- System Requirement
- CPU: 1GHz or faster processor
- Platform: Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista, Mac OS X v10.4.11–10.5.4
- RAM: 512 MB
- Hard Disk Space: 1 GB for installation (1.8 GB for Mac)
- Display: 1,280×800 display with 16-bit video card
- DVD-ROM drive
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