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    Do professional Web designers use Dreamweaver?

    Do professional Web designers use Dreamweaver?

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    Registered User aelko's Avatar
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    Domain names are discussed here. Try to ask your question on the forum of designers.

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    Yes all professional web designers use Dreamweaver. They always work on his back-end first if all thing will be okey then they update that on the live.

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    Hi Friends,
    If you use Dreamweaver solely for HTML, its the best alternative, even NOW.

    Its WYSIWYG; and almost all IDE’s not.

    For a fast prototyping tool, its still unmatched. It does not lack features that the modern IDE’s have for web development; but somewhat hard to use for the purpose.

    I dont think much companies use Dreamweaver; as its a expensive product. Macromedia (former owner) ignored the industry for years, and newcomers to industry dont even know what Dreamweaver is. Its a Goliath. Full of features, powerful but not nimble. In a era that Bootstrap became “universal web interface”, Dreamweaver is not needed, as “the design” step is skipped. Designers just pick and place form / DOM elements from libraries like Material, frontend coders implement code on the fly, and get the job done.

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    Dreamweaver CC is a popular software program for creating websites without knowing any code. It's a useful program for a wide range of web designers and developers, from beginners to advanced professionals.

    To answer your question.....
    Yes, professional web designers use Dreamweaver as well.

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    In my opinion, I can not stand Dreamweaver. I prefer to code everything myself and add tables and images that way. I just feel more comfortable doing it that way. Every time I use Dreamweaver, I feel like I am doing 5 extra steps when all I had to do was enter a little piece of code and voila, there you go. I think that Adobe makes some pretty good software, but I am very unimpressed with this one. To be honest, I would much prefer to use an open-source editor like Sublime or Atom and have an entire community of designers and developers to help me through my issues. Those two options alone are free.

    I hope this will help to you

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    I haven't used it myself, but experts say that Dreamweaver is especially popular among beginners. The interface is very simple and clear.

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    Several years ago, I used Dreamweaver for editing HTML. It is a good program and quite easy to use.Yes I think some professional web designers also use it.

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