What are you looking for? Which Templates?
The html and css templates, which are included in Dreamweaver.
In the past i used CS2 or CS3 i didnt know exaxtly. In the last years, i use CS5 an there are other standard templates included.
Now i need one of the old templates.
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Any HTML page included with DW8 (CS2-ish) or CS3 would be hopelessly out of date by today's standards. Why is it that you need these, and what is it you are hoping to accomplish with them?
I need it only to see the "design-structure".
In the past i have had a website with based on the tepmlate i am looking for, and i used the template without any changig of the grafik. Just quite and simple.
The design was white and. I will use it as example for my new website.
I think it was a CSS-template.
I am not interessetd in the code of the template. You are right. The code ist very old and out of date.
When i see the template, i can code it with the up-to-date-Standard.
But i have to see the template, cause i cant completly remember in my mind.
Maybe it is possible, that someone has the old CS2 and CS3 installed an can extract the old templates for me and send them via Email oder put them on a server.
I hope you unterstand what i want to say.
I´m from Germany an my english is not so good.
I'll look to see if I can find any for you.
I have found an installation of CS3 - which of the templates are you looking for (there are 32 different templates there) and what do you need (source code or just a screen shot of the layout scheme)?
Can you send me all of them?
The best is, when i have the code. So it is easier for me to code the new page.
The layout look linke this:
Sorry for the qualitiy. i made it just fast with paint.
On the left and on the right have been links.
In the main-frame left on the top has a placeholder for a picture.
I am sure, in the Footer have been Textlinks for Impressum, Contact, ...
With respect to Dreamweaver CS3, I think Murray may be incorrect. If you are in DW3 and you go to the menu and pull down File>New, then click Blank Page, then choose HTML and then pick a layout, you will come up with a perfectly valid XHTML 1.0 (transitional or strict), 1.1 or HTML 4.01 (transitional or strict) website, based on modern standards, with a lot of comments that will help you make a web page and a separate valid CSS style sheet that validates correctly.
Dreamweaver CS3 does not help you make HTML5 layouts or responsive layouts, so if you are doing those things, you'd best be in Dreamweaver CC (I don't think that CS6 had those).
But, if you have a template made in CS3, it's still valid HTML.
Bear in mind that we were also talking about DW8. Nevertheless, these pages look much better than those from DW8.
(I don't think that CS6 had those).
Fluid Grid Layouts were launched in CS6.
Support for CSS level 3 and HTML5 were introduced in CS5.5