Added by Geoff Sauer on Jun 05, 2002.
Average rating: 3.50/5.00 (n=2, std dev: 0.71)
 


Dreamweaver 4 falls short in its ability to produce well-–formed, standards-–compliant markup. SOLUTION: You can easily harness Dreamweaver'’s two greatest strengths, its flexibility and its user community, to make it one of the best tools on the market for producing good XHTML. This article will tell you how. With a few tweaks, hacks and extensions, you’ll be able to produce sites that validate, and to clean up legacy pages. Set aside an hour or two, follow these directions, and fall in love with Dreamweaver all over again.
 
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Anonymous Good, But Dated
This article is good, but talks about a very old version of Dreamweaver, so has lost most of its utility.

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