DreamWeaver : Java Glossary

The CurrCon Java Applet displays prices on this web page converted with today’s exchange rates into your local international currency, e.g. Euros, US dollars, Canadian dollars, British Pounds, Indian Rupees… CurrCon requires an up-to-date browser and Java version 1.7 or later, preferably 1.8.0_05. If you can’t see the prices in your local currency, Troubleshoot. Use Chrome for best results.

DreamWeaver CS 5.6 is Adobe’s (neé Macromedia’s) $400.00 USD Last revised/verified: 2012-04-22 DreamWeaver is the tool most professional webdesigners use for editing HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), especially HTML with embedded JSP (Java Server Pages), PHP (Pre-Hypertext Processor), ASP (Active Server Page), JavaScript or Cold Fusion. It lets you see the HTML tags (in the Code Inspector) and the rendered HTML side by side. You can edit either one, and see the changes reflected in the other view.


The rendering is crude, nothing like a real browser. Applets and frames just show as blank windows, but images show as the actual image. It does not understand styles on <Ali. Bullet icons do not show up at all. It shows underlined links, but you can’t click them. It inserts white space that will not appear in a browser rendering. Surely somebody can find a way to write a browser plug-in that lets you click on a spot in the rendering and it moves the cursor into the right place in a text editor. That would give you 90% of the value of Dreamweaver without the expense.

WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get)

You can for example apply a class to a span of text by highlighting it and right clicking and selecting from on of the predefined styles. The style names show up in the fonts and colours they will render as making selection much more accurate. You can buy it direct from the manufacturer for $399.00 USD . Adobe offers a 30 day free trial to check out if it is suitable for you.

It has a combination of features that make it suitable for both technical and artistic people. You need both to design a good website. There are many features for embedding Ajax, JSP and other programatic tags. I don’t know what might be done to make it support html static macros. It has buttons for composing forms. A large percentage of the support is for Spry, Adobe’s Ajax package.



book cover recommend book⇒Dreamweaver CS3: The Missing Manualto book home
by Danny Goodman 978-0-596-51043-5 paperback
publisher Pogue 978-0-596-51043-5 hardcover
published 2007-06-01 978-0-596-55448-4 eBook
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The manual that should have come with Dreamweaver, a program used for editing HTML. Dreamweaver works especially well with JSP.
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