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    Default Webmasters!!Adobe or Macromedia easier to learn/use??

    As above pls advise. I hope to hear from pple who actually used these two suites of tools.

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    Default Definitely Macromedia

    well, for me.... definitely Macromedia Dreamweaver.

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    Adobe!!! I dont know how to use macromrdia.

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    They are dependent on each other and thus are not mutually exclusive.

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    I use Dreamweaver - it's interface is quite well thought out for a designer cum coder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaeSiuM
    They are dependent on each other and thus are not mutually exclusive.
    Actually, I thought he was comparing GoLive with Dreamweaver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imaginary_number
    Actually, I thought he was comparing GoLive with Dreamweaver.
    Yeah you have a point but MOST end-users link Adobe to Photoshop.

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    I'm thinking more Adobe to like Fireworks.

    Well, if it's for Image editing then Adobe.
    Webcreation then macromedia.

    Just don't touch Macromedia flash lol.

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    i suspect that Dreamweaver is used by most professionals (anyone correct me if i am wrong)

    If u have been using alot of adobe products, the layout of Golive might be more familiar to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NashVillian
    i suspect that Dreamweaver is used by most professionals (anyone correct me if i am wrong)

    If u have been using alot of adobe products, the layout of Golive might be more familiar to you.
    I guess it's just which one you're used to at the end of the day..

    Nahh, Dreamweaver is used by idiots like me - I use WYSIWYG mode: what you see is what you get. Requires absolutely no knowledge of html, though it helps!

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    To be frank, Microsoft Frontpage is the easiest to learn.



    Personally I'm using Dreamweaver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MingLee
    I guess it's just which one you're used to at the end of the day..

    Nahh, Dreamweaver is used by idiots like me - I use WYSIWYG mode: what you see is what you get. Requires absolutely no knowledge of html, though it helps!
    Well I like the versatile nature of Dreamweaver - u can instantly switch between coding, WYSIWYG and also access FTP at the same time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaeSiuM
    Yeah you have a point but MOST end-users link Adobe to Photoshop.
    You have a point too but I guess comparisons are made based on similar products. Photoshop and Dreamweaver serve different purposes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MingLee
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    Just don't touch Macromedia flash lol.
    Huh.... y?

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    Thank you all for yr inputs!! I personally is slated towards Dreamweaver. Time to work!!

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    I hand code

    Regards
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    Choose none. Unix VI better No additional garbage code, and YOU control everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by togu
    To be frank, Microsoft Frontpage is the easiest to learn.



    Personally I'm using Dreamweaver.
    I agree with Togu. I am using Dreamweaver and also Flash but I think that FrontPage is easiest to learn and easily available.

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    I'm using Adobe GoLive. Its quite intuitive and I'm a code idiot.
    I think that its quite good.

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    Definitely Macromedia Dreamweaver.
    never wrong.

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