I hope it does support the arabic
as the photoshop does
waiting for guidness
i think it support arabic, but i dont know how actve it ,, we will wait help ,, but i think we will wait along time
To support Arabic, you need the Middle Eastern and North African version of Dreamweaver. See the following help page for details: http://helpx.adobe.com/content/help/en/dreamweaver/using/arabic-hebrew-text.html
where can i found middle east version please?
In this case you should look for Adobe's support center, here e.g:
where you will find this: "How can we help you?"
Particularly well I found that Adobe now also offers the chat, I have had good experience of practicing this and recommend it for this:
see this image
appear support arabic
but after installed it, it cant support arabic
That's only the licence agreement, which is available in different languages on all versions. The Technical Specifications on the following page list the available language versions:
In the Languages section, it says this: "Arabic and Hebrew versions have localized support and features with an English interface."
I don't read Arabic, but there appears to be a download link for the Arabic version on the following page:
when u click try, it transfer u to the english site..
so i do not think it would support arabic typing !!
I've just checked the link, and it takes me to the Dreamweaver technical specifications in English. However, Adobe's website allows you to change your region. At the bottom left of every page, including this forum, is a link like the one in this screen shot:
Click Change, and select the location that's written in Arabic. You should then be able to get to the page that I originally linked to.
Your image doesn't mean very much to anyone who doesn't understand Arabic. However, it looks to me as though the Arabic is correctly displayed, except for the fact that it's on the left side of the page.
I don't understand Arabic, but I went to Google Translate to create a short sentence, which I then pasted into my English version of Dreamweaver. Here's what it looks like:
Like your example, the Arabic appears to be correct, but it's on the left of the page. However, notice the style rule that I have created in the head of the document. It sets the CSS direction property to rtl (right to left).
When I click the Live button, Dreamweaver then displays the Arabic correctly from the right of the page like this:
As far as I can tell, Design view is not capable of displaying Arabic (or other right-to-left languages) from the right side of the page. You need to turn on Live view to see the page displayed as intended.
Please understand that this is an English-language forum, and very few people are likely to have experience with Arabic. To get help, you need to speak to Adobe technical support.
"stimulated" by David's hint, I found this solution:
- Write your Arabic text in Word written from right to left with the line breaks.
- Put encoding in your Dreamweaver to "Arabic-ISO": Modify - Page Properties - Title / Encoding => Arabic ISO (translated from my german DW).
- Insert value "dir = rtl" either in or <html> <body> - tag (depending on what you prefer): <html dir="rtl">.
(explanation: "rtl" means "right to left" in contrast to "ltr" what means "left to right")
- Fit your css (or classes) with font-family: "Arabic Transparent", for example. Here you can specify the direction, "direction: ltr".
- Code could be:
font-family: "Arabic Transparent";
it was working, but i see now
try google chrome
or try every minute
it will work
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I was about to create a web using dream weaver with arabic content.
I have done it in the following steps.
1. typed arabic in word
2. created a .html extension file using notepad
3. pasted the arabic from word doc to html file
4. open it with dream weaver. CTL+J and changed the extension to UTF 8