Dreamweaver 8 Preview
August 8 2005, Macromedia announced a release of Studio 8. Based on the feedback of previous users, Macromedia made it's already very powerful software even better.
Dreamweaver 8 improvements include:
With the new CSS panel it is very easy to add, view and edit CSS styles.
In Dreamweaver 8 you are able to click and drag XML files into the layout. And if you are using XSLT to format the XML, the code hints will help you do that easily.
Use guides to help you align your web page elements
This is the new feature which helps you zoom in and out of the layout, helping you focus on specific elements of your web project. This may be very helpful to people who are working with print.
This is a feature that was available in Homesite. It is a bar to the left of the code view that helps you comment, un-comment, collapse and expand code, display or hide line numbers etc.
Dreamweaver 8 now supports digest authentication and SSL for secure servers, PHP 5 coding standards, updated support for ColdFusion MX 7 etc.
Background file transfer
New functionality enables users to work with files in their local machine while Dreamweaver communicates with the server.
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