MAX: Creating Richer and More Maintainable Sites with CSS

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I'm sitting in a session on CSS and so far I'm really enjoying it. I've used CSS quite a bit, but never really took the time to "formally" learn CSS. The presenter is doing a great job pointing out the little details that sometimes throws me for a loop.

Once again I'm impressed by the CSS support in Dreamweaver. Of course, not enough to actually use on a daily basis, but I'll certainly use it next time I'm designing a style sheet.

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Comment 1 by nOah posted on 11/5/2004 at 5:47 AM

Couldn't agree more Ray that was a great presentation.. and Dreamweaver has very good css support. By the way.. did you see on the sneak peeks.. that the next gen Dreamweaver will have code collapse.. like homesite... I belive you were asking bout that today :)

Comment 2 by Trond posted on 11/5/2004 at 3:21 PM

I really like the writing and editing of css code in Dreamweaver. However when it comes to rendering css layouts in design view Dreamweaver still have a long way to go.

Comment 3 by james posted on 12/17/2004 at 7:54 AM

Hey, that was my preso! Just happened to be surfing by and read the comments. Thanks for the kind words. I felt that the session should have been a little more advanced, but my track manager was worried that the audience might not have that much experience. Once I began polling the audience I realized that I could have safely added a lot more advanced stuff.

Maybe next year.

Thanks again!

James.