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Design and layout tools
Dreamweaver’s many icon-driven menus and detailed panels make it easy to insert and format text, images, and media (such as video fi les and Flash movies). This means that you can create attractive and functional web pages without knowing a single line of code— Dreamweaver takes care of building the code behind-the-scenes for you. Dreamweaver does not create graphics from scratch; instead, it is integrated with Adobe Photoshop CS6, so you can import and adjust graphics from within the application.
Site management and File Transfer Protocol
Dreamweaver has everything you need for complete site management, including built-in File Transfer Protocol (FTP) capabilities between a server and your local machine; reusable objects (such as page templates and library items); and site optimization tools (such as link checkers and site reports), so that you can ensure that your site functions properly and looks good. If you’re designing your pages with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), then the W3C Validation, the Browser Compatibility Check, and the CSS Advisor features will help you locate and troubleshoot any potential display issues that may occur across diff erent web browsers.
Coding environment and text editor
Dreamweaver lets you work in a code-only view of your document that acts as a powerful text editor. Features such as color-coding, indentation, and visual aids make Dreamweaver an excellent text editing or coding environment for web designers of any level.
Mobile design and development features
The tools in Dreamweaver have evolved as the Web has evolved. The most recent versions of the application have numerous features designed to help make your website look and function well in the rapidly growing arena of mobile phones and devices. The Multiscreen Preview feature allows you to preview your pages in common screen sizes for smartphones and tablets and can be accessed by choosing Window > Multiscreen Preview. Additionally, there is support for creating Media Queries, which are a CSS3 feature aimed at creating unique page layouts for diff erent-sized screens. For more advanced users there is support for jQuery Mobile, which creates unique user interfaces for touchscreen devices. There is also support for creating native applications for iOS and Android operating systems with the new addition of the PhoneGap integration added in Dreamweaver CS6.
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