Dreamweaver 2006-02-18 23:10:53
does anyone no where i can find some good dreamweaver tutorials
Hey! To start this decade right, we believe Newgrounds should be ad-free for EVERYONE. For this to work, we need people who have the means to become paying supporters. For just $3 per month or $25 for the year, you can help this happen and get some nice perks!
For the month of January we have disabled ads on all E-M content. We need 204 people to reach our January goal of 3,000 active supporters. If we hit that, we'll continue with a new goal in February!
Please check out our Supporter Upgrade and consider coming aboard!
Response to Dreamweaver 2006-02-18 23:13:16
dreamweaver is really easy... why would you need a tutorial? but you could try www.macromedia.com possibly... and it might be good to post what kind of tutorial you're looking for. does it involve coding? or do you just want basic tutorials?
Response to Dreamweaver 2006-02-18 23:16:43
At 2/18/06 11:13 PM, YoinK_VineS wrote: dreamweaver is really easy... why would you need a tutorial? but you could try www.macromedia.com possibly... and it might be good to post what kind of tutorial you're looking for. does it involve coding? or do you just want basic tutorials?
just the basics
Response to Dreamweaver 2006-02-19 00:44:21
Meh, you could start by using Google, as cliched and unhelpful as it is.
Though I have Dreamweaver, I prefer to just use Notepad or OpenOffice to edit the HTML and such, then upload to a site like Freewebs or something in order to test it out.
Usually if you read through the Dreamweaver manual it'll give you enough info to know the basics.
"In this world // We walk on the roof of hell, // Gazing at flowers." -- Issa