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Team Dreamweaver

Now I get to work on my favorite Web development tool, Dreamweaver. I'm here for a few months to test the new CSS features for the next release.

Macromedia gave me Mac OS X and said, "Go ahead and grab the latest build, download your site and start testing."

Let me get this straight: I can improve the latest version of the best Web development tool in the world, on my favorite platform, on my own code, and everyone around me is excellent.

Ok, great! Thanks, Life!

March 21, 2003

Posted to Work at 07:30 PM | comments (2)


Good work Dom! Thanks for the advice on CSS. It looks like the best tutorial is figuring out your front.css page. :-)

Just bought the Studio MX package and am spending the next few days learing Dreamweaver among other things.

Appears all is well, take care.


Posted by fLANSBURG on April 16, 2003 07:27 PM

hey matt,

for layouts: visual model spec

for inspiration:


good better best, never let it rest!

Posted by dom on April 21, 2003 09:14 PM

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