Chapter 2. The Dreamweaver Workspace
A big part of what makes dreamweaver MX 2004 so efficient and intuitive to work with, for web design newbies as well as seasoned professionals, is the flexible and streamlined workspace. It’s a good idea to take a few minutes to explore the environment, learn where things are, and see how you can set it up to suit your working style and level of expertise.
Choosing a Workspace (Windows)
Dreamweaver for Windows uses an integrated workspace, with most windows and panels docked together in one large application window. The first time you launch the program, you’re given the choice of two workspaces: Designer ...