Chapter 1: Getting Familiar with New Features in Dreamweaver
In This Chapter
Exploring the improved Dreamweaver workspace
Previewing a page in multiscreen mode
Using the new HTML5 and CSS3 support
Working with CSS transitions
Building adaptable pages with fluid grids
Surveying the new mobile authoring options and tools
Dreamweaver CS6 lets you create and manage websites and applications across a variety of screens, including desktops, mobile phones, and tablet devices. Depending on their needs, users can use Dreamweaver to create all kinds of websites, from basic sites that consist only of simple links from one page to another to highly interactive websites that feature animation or drag-and-drop functionality. Dreamweaver users can even create more complex web and mobile applications capable of pulling data from databases, XML, or other sources.
As part of the Adobe Creative Suite, ...