Dreamweaver 8 Rocks

When Macromedia announces its new Studio 8, the major buzz is on Flash. Fortunately, Dreamweaver also makes a fantastic release. The obvious improvement is CSS rendering in the design view. Complex CSS layouts look much closer to browsers than the previous release. In the code view, which I use the most, Macromedia finally included the “Code Collapse” features to help designers organize their codes. In addition to the faster performances in the background (site cache and FTP), the new “Tabbed Window” (like Firefox and Safari) is a tremendous enhancement to the workflow. Dreamweaver 8 is definitely worth upgrading.

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