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Dreamweaver CC is available as part of Adobe Creative Cloud for as little as $19.99/month (or $9.99/month if you're a previous Dreamweaver customer). Dreamweaver CS6 is still available for purchase (without a monthly plan) if you prefer.

Adobe Dreamweaver CC lests you to design, develop, and publish for web and mobile platforms without getting buried in code. Dreamweaver provides an intuitive visual interface for more...

What's New

Version 2014:
  • Element Quick View: Review the markup in your document using the new Element Quick View, which renders an interactive HTML tree for both static and dynamic content. Modify your static content structure right within the HTML tree.
  • New editing capabilities in Live View:
    • Quick Property Inspector
    • Element Display
    • Live text editing
    • Live View Property more...

Requirements

  • OS X 10.7 or later
  • 1GB of RAM
  • 1GB of available hard-disk space for installation; additional free space required during installation (cannot install on a volume that uses a case-sensitive file system or on removable flash storage devices)
  • 1280x1024 display with 16-bit video card
  • Java Runtime Environment 1.6
  • QuickTime 7.6.6 software required for HTML5 media playback

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So they buy out Macromedia, kill competition and then screw over consumers. Bye, bye Adobe and your greed with your Creative Cloud subscription model.

Petition against it is over 30,000 signatures so far...

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Version 13.0.0
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Egami Member IconComment+90
Egami
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Frankly, there really is no reason for a Mac user to bother with this app. So many better and cheaper alternatives available. From Coda to Espresso to BBEdit to Sublime Text, Mac users have plenty of options to choose from.

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Version 13.0.0
Mikael B
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We do. Though those text editors you mentioned doesn't replace Dreamweaver according to how most people use the app.
I used to use Dreamweaver as a code editor as its WYSIWYH sucked, and found it quite useful as that. Espressos preview is better now, but it's still a code editor, which I do prefer but many others doesn't.

I bought Macaw, which really is the opposite of a code editor, that so far haven't lived up to its promises. If it does, it will be a strong candidate to become a real replacement of Dreamweaver.

Mikael B
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That should of course have read "Many others do not". My apologies.

Marcossi Member IconComment+120
Marcossi
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Hey, wait a minute. So we developers that have the CS 6 Premiere bundle that cost a fortune, can't enjoy this update?

I think this a huge rip-off not worthy any and respectable company.

Please correct me if I'm wrong, and this new extension also can be enjoyed on CS 6.

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Version 13.0.0
Dana Sutton Member IconComment+667
Dana Sutton
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Let's see, we've had The New Coke. We've had J. C. Penney with its no-sales policy. Now we have Adobe's CC. If I'm not mistaken, the first two of these three flopped so badly that a change in CEO's was in order. Let's see if Adobe can pull off the hat trick.

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Version 13.0.0
Titote
+3

I guess MacUpdate should now add in their information -- price / month

Drdoog
+1

Actually let's have MacUpdate report the price per decade as the Government does. Let's see...that comes to...$2398.80/decade.

RavenNevermore
+2

Actually the New Coke didn't flop, and now it's sold as Diet Coke and is their biggest selling product. They still sell New Coke in some markets. I liked it better, but that's because I don't drink Coke Classic and prefer Pepsi. The reason they introduced that was to have it taste like Pepsi, since Pepsi was beating them in taste tests. But I don't dink soft drinks anymore. :)

My guess about CC is that Adobe realized that people would rather pirate Photoshop and their other apps, since they are so expensive, and people don't have a lot of money these days, and they probably wanted to raise prices again, so the CEO of Adobe could buy more Diet Coke. So some bean counter came up with the monthly payment/rental/subscription idea. To counteract the outrage over not owning the software you are paying for, they threw in all the updates for "free." Except it's not free.

The subscription plan might be a good alternative for some people, but they should not force you into it. I bet if large corporations just kept using CS 6, along with individual artists/designers, they would drop the idea.

RavenNevermore
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Drdoog, that implies you are playing the $19.99 Single-app annual plan. They bill you $239.99 a year. You can still buy Dreamweaver CS 6 for $229.89.

For the whole Creative Cloud suite, you will pay $599.88 a year, or $5,998.80 a decade. If you decide to play monthly, it's $74.99 a month, or $899.88 a year.

All they are really doing is offering payment plans to buy their software, elect you are only renting it.

Cowicide Member IconReview+1131
Cowicide
+7

So they buy out Macromedia, kill competition and then screw over consumers. Bye, bye Adobe and your greed with your Creative Cloud subscription model.

Petition against it is over 30,000 signatures so far...

https://www.change.org/petitions/adobe-systems-incorporated-eliminate-the-mandatory-creative-cloud-subscription-model

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Version 13.0.0
Iturtle Member IconReview+62
Iturtle
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golive killed. bugs never fixed. support below zero. updates always far to expensive. and now forced updates. I feel like a factory farming animal. like a cow to be milked for what it's worth. I had enough. bye bye greedobe!

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Version 13.0.0
Sjmdesigns
+1

I miss golive. I miss it very much.

RavenNevermore
+1

Yes! GoLive was so much better than DreamWeaver. But then all the Windows users started using DreamWeaver when it was a Macromedia product for boring ass corporate sites, and Adobe wanted into that market. I even liked Adobe PageMill better than DW. C'est la vie!

Cowicide Member IconComment+1131
Cowicide
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MacUpdate head's up: As of 12-05-2012 it's up to 12.0.2

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Version 12.0.1
Cowicide
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Whoops, nevermind, it's a Windows only update so far.

Regular-Warren
+0

Thanks! We'll keep our eyes open for that.

Mikael B Member IconComment+414
Mikael B
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Flux is a very nice alternative to Dreamweaver if you're starting from scratch and unlike me don't know all the intricacies of Dreamweaver already and can avoid the pitfalls. It suits people that want to work more graphically building HTML5/CSS3 oriented web sites.

Getting actual acceptable results from Dreamweaver means you have to know your HTML and CSS. I don't think there are actually any applications that lets ju forego the ned for that knowledge completely. If you don't know HTML5 and at least basic CSS you don't know what you're doing, period.

The code that Flux produces is more modern than the default code Dreamweaver weaves in my opinion.

Coda, an app others have suggested, is actually much more of a coders app than Flux. I can imagine designers wanting to learn to code web pages and that also need real world tests of their designs can make use of Flux.

You'll find Flux in the "Similar Software" section above. I'd check it out as well as Dreamweaver.

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Version 12.0.1
Shraddha Member IconReview+2
Shraddha
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Develop complex e-commerce sites without writing any server-side code by integrating with the Adobe Business Catalyst® platform (available separately). Set up and host free trial sites.
Design, develop, and deliver websites and mobile apps efficiently with faster FTP transfers and improved image editing. Build mobile apps with updated support for jQuery Mobile and Adobe PhoneGap™ frameworks.
http://cs6-adobe.blogspot.in/2012/06/what-is-dreamweaver.html

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Version 12.0
Dana Sutton Member IconComment+667
Dana Sutton
+2

I have to disagree with you folks. I operate a Web site which is very heavily text-oriented, and most of the time I use Dreamweaver as a kind of specialized word processor (I wouldn't have to do this if there were any actual word-processor which exported halfway decent text in html format, but I've tried them all and I can guarantee you that there isn't). My philosophy is to go in and write, or at least manipulate, actual code as little as possible. As I say, I use Dreamweaver, because it's the only Apple program on the market since the demise of such rivals as Claris Home Page. Well, okay, Dreamweaver is semi-lousy. It' got bugs that Adobe must know all about but has never bothered to fix, it's clumsy and over-complex, and its cost is outrageous. I'd replace it in a heartbeat if I had an alternative, but since there isn't it will remain the basic tool of my trade. And here's my point: I wouldn't bother you folks talking about myself if I imagined I were the only person in the world with needs like mine. But I bet there are plenty of us. I very much resent you guys trying to write the obituary of the WYSIWYG page creation program. As far as I'm concerned, it's as necessary a tool as it ever was.

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Version 12.0
Wedderhoff
+1

I think different. I believe that designers will be able to create complete projects without the need for programmers.

Prlab
+0

How can it be the only Apple web design program? There's Rapid Weaver, Sandox, Freeway (my choice)?

Tonyfromchicago
+0

This sums it up for me, too. Dana nails it.

RavenNevermore
+0

I used to love GoLive, and then of course Adobe killed it off in favor of Dreamweaver, which was catering to coders. Dreamweaver has always been a lousy WYSIWYG application compared to GoLive.

But Adobe seems to be realizing that just as with Flash, designers need to be able to use these programs, and they are making them more user friendly. The introduction of the Fluid Grid Layout brings back one of the best features that GoLive had and that Dreamweaver was missing. Close enough anyway.

I've learned to like Dreamweaver, or at least get a long with it.

Philipwheelock
+0

Typically use BBEdit, but it's Dreamweaver all the way for big jobs and complex revisions. Paid for itself many times over; will always have DW in the toolbox.

Wedderhoff Member IconReview+230
Wedderhoff
+0

Nice CSS3 features. Great new version.

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Version 12.0
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Caberlin
Version 12.0.1
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Version 11.5.1
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RavenNevermore
Version 11.5.1
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Downloads 59,872
Version Downloads 6,036
Type Development / HTML
License Demo
Date 19 Jun 2014
Platform Intel 64 / OS X
Price $19.99