Use Photoshop with Dreamweaver

Don't tell anyone we told you this, but designing and building stunning websites can be easy - if you've got the right kit: the powerhouse combination of Photoshop and Dreamweaver. Several years ago who would have thought that Photoshop and Dreamweaver would grow to love each other? Photoshop's web capabilities were limited to say the least; Dreamweaver was lambasted by most developers and renamed 'Dreamdiva' due to its fits and pouts when confronted with major coding tasks. But this has all changed.

Photoshop and Dreamweaver are essential for designers making web pages. No other method is as intuitive and designer-friendly; you can switch between programs with ease, change artwork and update it immediately from web versions back to Photoshop, keeping clients happy, saving you valuable time and helping you retain your sanity. Here we show you the tricks and skills you need to maximise your use of these magic apps.

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