Join James Williamson for an in-depth discussion in this video New services integration, part of Dreamweaver CS5 New Features.
If you go kicking around the Dreamweaver CS5 interface, you'll probably notice…that Adobe has added a few new icons and panels to the program.…We will cover most of those in a little while, but a few of the newer panels…refer to integrated services that are being added to Dreamweaver, and I want to…take a second to discuss those.…While not every designer or developer will use these,…it's helpful to know more about these services and how their integration into…Dreamweaver is going to make certain workflows more efficient.…Now first, I want to take a look at BUSINESS CATALYST, and you can find the…BUSINESS CATALYST panel right over here, in the default workspace panel dock.…
You can also find it underneath the Window menu, right there, Business Catalyst.…Business Catalyst is a recent Adobe acquisition, and it allows you to rapidly…build and manage very powerful sites through their online services.…Now the first time you launch the Business Catalyst panel, you are going to have…a couple of options.…
- Comparing Dreamweaver CS4 and CS5
- Setting up a new web site using the enhanced Site Setup dialog
- Browser Lab integration
- Working with CMS frameworks
- Using the Adobe Widget Browser
- PHP and site-specific code hinting
- Navigating in Live View
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: Does Dreamweaver CS5 allow users to choose HTML5 for the doctype?
If a user currently creates pages in Dreamweaver CS4 or earlier, but plans on upgrading to Dreamweaver CS5 and working in HTML5, what should the doctype be in the meantime?
A: Dreamweaver CS5 does allow users to choose HTML5 as the doctype. However, this can also be done quite easily in Dreamweaver CS3. HTML5 does not require a doctype. So the HTML5 "doctype" if used at all, is very simple:
That can be saved as a snippet and put it in whatever document the user wishes.