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edwin

I'm planning to buy dreamweaver program but don't know which version is more user-friendlier, whether cs3 or cs4. And also which one is easier to learn. Please advice.

 

Thanks.

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Cad64

Sorry about the late reply.

I used the trial version of CS3 to build my site and I was able to learn the program, build my site and get it online before the trial ran out. So I would say it's very easy to learn. After the trial was over, CS4 was released so I bought it.

 

If you're worried about it, just download the trial version and check it out.

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Chad8090

Yeh, You learn CS3 you know CS4 you should just read release notes and see what new features they added which wasnt much

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sgwilliams

Once you learn one the next version is usually not much different. I have used Dreamweaver since it 1st come out, and in that time it looks different nad has new funtionality evry time they release a new version. but the old funtions are still there...I would say you won't have any problems except for some of the new features.

 

Good luck!

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pronetas

Cs4 has only more plugins and i think is easier to use . I'm working with Dreamweaver since they had only dw 4 and all of them did not really change in the way menu are given out

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Chad8090

amen to that

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nikirao

here if anyone have dreamwaver sofeware for free download? I plan to make a static webpage, so if any one know or anyone have it, please contact me. much thanks

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Cad64

You can download the 30 day trial from Adobe. Other than that, we cannot help you. We do not indulge in the distribution of illegal software.

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FunkyFresh

just get the trial version first to try it out. There are many similar programs that are cheaper if your heart isnt set on the price

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10west

search skyll.net

and research microsoft silverlight, ms's answer to web presentation with those effects made pop by Adobe

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Tankman

Purchased Macromedia Dreamweaver 2 back in '03. Works great, use it on occassion to update URL's as needed.

 

Back then, paid a handsome buck, $300.00.

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mobilenetwork

i use dreamweaver8 which I find good

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