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WordPress and Dreamweaver, Side by Side
Here Ya Go! WordPress and Dreamweaver, Side by Side. A short, but close up look at what the two do, and what the two do not do. Both applications have a home on all of my production machines and I use both each and everyday. But I know which one to use when and for what.
In this short prep video for Part 2, “Wordpress or Dreamweaver,” I wanted to allow our members to get a look at what to expect from each application. In this video, “Wordpress and Dreamweaver, Side by Side,” I wanted to give members and idea of which one is used for what.
Web making wanna be’s heard about the Dreamweaver Buzz, so they wanted to use Dreamweaver also. I have taught thousands of people Dreamweaver and I can’t tell you how many times people have told me, “But I don’t want to know any code.”
I´m like, “Dude! This application is all about code, that’s what it is, a freakin’ code writer, code editor.”
Of course, I didn’t say it like that, but each and every time that is what I was thinking.
As we look at WordPress and Dreamweaver, Side by Side, we get a little glimpse at how long it takes to write the html and css for a page, let alone a site, as well as what happens when you throw in the CSS to make the site responsive.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]