Perhaps some good advice from your part would be availble for us?(just please, don’t say going back to college since that’s not an option here and we would prefer online resources if posible. Select the files for all the files you want to import and click Open. There, select XP version (try various service packs): Click OK to save, and then run the application. Before installing or upgrading anything, try this: Locate Dream Weaver's executable, right-click it and select the "Compatibility" tab.In the Dreamweaver tutorials for my Dominate Dreamweaver course (https:// I focus on CSS throughout the twelve week course. Contact me at [email protected] you’d like more information. From just your basic description, I’d say you have a couple of options. I’d create a template, create new pages from the template (with the same names as the existing files) and then cut and paste the content in.I have finally got DW CS4 – I have aproblem – it hasn’t seen any of my sites and I don’t fancy expoerting and importing one by one (I have many) – is there a way of getting DW CS4 to see my DW 8 sites ? In the Manage Sites dialog you should be able to select all the sites you want to export and click the Export… To make it easier on yourself, you might want to create a special folder to save the site definitions into. Your existing HTML should paste over although you should consider replacing it with CSS formatting which is the current standard (and will make future updtes easier).If the move to CS4 marks your first venture into CSS-based (as opposed to table-based) layout, expect a few headaches as the wonders (and eccentricities) of Cacscading Style Sheets are revealed.However, if you're serious about web design, the transition to CSS is a requirement and CS4 offers the tools and templates to make the transition possible and rewarding if not always pleasant. If CS4 doesn’t find your sites when you install it, then you’ll need to redefine the sites.
CS4 continues Dreamweaver's integration into Creative Suite but the changes are more evolutionary than those in CS3.
the only thing I know that might be an issue is the problem mentioned here: https://dwcourse.com/dreamweaver/I originally thought it was a 64-bit issue but seems more widespread (although I’m not sure what the the exact issue might be and how it’s triggered). The only was CSS makes building “standard-based” websites easy is IF you understand CSS. There isn’t a place to really learn it, or at least I haven’t found it! Now in CS4 I have to design a RULE for stuff like that and is very frustrating!
) Perhaps I’m just an ignorant fool, but even my boss – supposedly a hardcore Web guru – can’t turn the team into a good way to learn the whole CSS subject.
The only thing is I’m using a netbook (Samsung N110 2GB RAM & 1.6GB Intel Atom N280 processor) and I’m concerned it won’t be high enough spec. A parallel install in XP-Virtual PC is working fine, so that’s my backup – but maybe it’s time for me to move to CS4. (Found by Google of course) Robert Robert, thanks for the kind words.
Do you have any experience with CS4 on Windows 7 64-bit? I don’t have any experience using CS4 in Windows 7 64-bit (maybe after the holidays). DW8 was EASIER to do what I needed for my pages (like changing the size of the text to 8pts or whatever size I needed.