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New to Adobe products - does Adobe provide images, background tiles, web templates etc

Dec 3, 2013 2:19 AM

So I've been looking around the Adobe website and apart from numerous ads to subscribe (I am subscribed and logged on), product ads, yes some tutorials and links to other sites for material, I just cannot find where/if Adobe provide say images for background web tiles, generic royalty free images etc etc. I would have thought there would be literally 100s of 1000s of them by now and not just images but real useable resources.


I get the feeling that Adobe's idea of resources are mainly tutorials which of course I do appreciate. (tutorial are not resources but are normally categorized under the umbrealla of HELP in the world that I come from)


Anyway I'd appreciate it if someone said "you're a ning-nong who's blind" - here's what you're after.


Or perhaps a question to clarify my questions.




Thank you very much.

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    Dec 3, 2013 2:51 AM   in reply to ThomasAJ

    I can remember a time that Adobe did sport a site with images. This site died many many moons ago, mainly because of a myriad of other sites that appeared on the www.


    A couple of useful sites for placeholder images



    Other image sites

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    Dec 3, 2013 9:58 AM   in reply to ThomasAJ

    Apart from the pre-built CSS Layouts that come with Dreamweaver, you won't find any stock or royalty free graphics in the package.  That's not what Dreamweaver is about.   It's generally assumed that you will use Illustrator or Photoshop to create your own custom graphics.  Or, you can procure graphics from royalty free image houses like iStockPhoto and others to use in your site pages.  But that's up to you.



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