Getting Started Guide Dreamweaver
Adobe® Dreamweaver® CS5 software empowers designers and developers to build standards-based websites with confidence. Design visually or directly in code, develop pages with content management systems, and accurately test browser compatibility
To begin using Dreamweaver, you will first need to obtain a copy of the software. If you don't already have a copy, you can download a TRIAL version of Dreamweaver via the following link:
Please note that Dreamweaver is an Adobe product. We are not affiliated with Adobe, so any questions you may have regarding obtaining the software would best be handled by contacting Adobe support
After you've installed Dreamweaver, you're now ready to begin using it. While there are many sources online that can introduce you to designing websites using Dreamweaver, you may want to start out by reading the following content on adobe.com:
We also have several flash tutorials available on our website that can assist you with using Dreamweaver. Please see: Dreamweaver MX Tutorials
Publishing your website
After you've designed your website using Dreamweaver, you're now ready to publish your website. Publishing your website is the process of uploading your website files to our servers. When you publish within Dreamweaver, you are using FTP to upload the files.
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2018-05-10 11:50 am
How I can configure Dreamweaver to access my site through SFTP?
I had no proble doing it with ftp.
2018-05-10 12:54 pm
If you are on a shared server, you have to use "Port 2222" instead 22. This is covered in our guide on Connecting to SFTP for Shared Accounts. We also have a helpful guide on How to configure server settings for Dreamweaver.