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3 Designer Licenses
Addon License is only $14/user
Admin level & Unlimited Co-Editors
75 GB of Cloud Storage
Centralized License Manager
Team Activity Log & Alerts
Advanced Project Permissions
Custom Domain Name: 1 Year Free
Professional Emails: 1 Email
Web Pages Available: Unlimited
Add Contact Forms: Unlimited
Slideshows & Galleries: Unlimited
Web Storage / Bandwidth: 5GB / 500GB mo
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I think Adobe Dreamweaver is the best software you can find for writing codes. You can customize your website and choose the best for it, watching it during your modifications to the code. In fact, as you can see, it has got two sides: the first one is used for writing your codes, the other one is used for the preview. As a graphic designer, it happened to me to use it for some projects of mine, to create the website for some clients, and I have to say it's very easy and complete. I'm not a developer, so at first, I was worried I couldn't learn how to use it, but thanks to some basic tutorial, it's been very helpful to learn Dreamweaver and some of its shortcuts, so I totally recommend it if you are a beginner.Now I use Adobe Dreamweaver every time I have to create websites, all in short timelines.
Dreamweaver was the way to go 10 years ago, but today with the plethora of Free and Open Source alternatives, this software is struggling to keep up with the competition. The interface has never been updated, an FTP configuration is hidden behind too many click, and all the pre-made built-in code snippets, that should be useful, are just heavy libraries of legacy code confusing if you're a beginner.The only positive thing that this software does is the Live Preview, but also that section looks buggy.Overall this software is behind even compared to Adobe Brackets, the Open Source IDE from the same developers.
Tuesday 22 May 2012
It’s pretty clear that when it comes to abilities, Dreamweaver is probably the best web design software that you can find. But if you’re not a professional or don’t have serious intentions of creating a website with high expectations, then it’s better to just look for a simpler and easier to use alternative instead.More about Dreamweaver CC
Tuesday 06 April 2010
Overall, I found MockFlow to be an excellent tool. It's easy to use, it produces clear wireframes and there are a wide range of templates to get you started. Realistically, the basic account is only there for you to try out the tool and get a feel for it as there is a limit of one mockupMore about MockFlow
Tuesday 05 February 2013
We like WebStarts, because it's a powerful CMS that is within reach of just about anyone. Business owners can create their own e-commerce site, and look great doing it. With the easy-to-use interface and customizability, WebStarts should be high on the consideration list for those who want a budget-friendly alternative to an agency site, and who want the accessibility of a drag-and-drop editor.More about WebStarts
Wednesday 29 April 2015
WebStarts offers an easy-to-use builder and a fair bit of customization for those hoping to stick with a free account. Unfortunately, it ends there. Too much control is given in unnecessary areas. Non-features and unclear premium incentives seem to exist only to seem competitive against other services who are more upfront with their pricing. With outdated themes and a struggling feature list to begin with, maybe even free isn’t such a great value in this case. I’d recommend skipping WebStarts and instead choosing a service that is more current in their design, thoughtful in execution, and upfront in pricing.More about WebStarts
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