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Old 08-16-2005, 10:49 AM   #1
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Default Dreamweaver advantages?

I have tried to learn to use Dreamweaver, but always give up in frustration because it seems to do stuff behind my back and to have a set of unstated rules that it adheres to absolutely. (Of course, my last version was 4.0 and I suppose it has advanced since then!)

In theory, it would be fabulously useful for me. (Right now I do everything by hand, using CSS and XHTML 1 Strict — and I wouldn’t have missed learning all that for the world — but it does take a lot of time sometimes.) And I understand that DW would help me manage the site files, FTPing, and so on, which would be extremely useful.

So — can someone(s) give me a succinct user-oriented summary of DW’s virtues? It may be time to try again.

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