3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 7, 2017 10:02 AM by pziecina

    Adobe muse and dreamweaver

    juan_jml

      Hello from Argentina!. I learned html and css (I'm still learning), but wanted to know if it possible to make a template in adobe muse, export, and import to add code in dreamweaver. I know, mybe it depends on the client, but I think that way is faster than only dreamweaver, for specific clients, not ecommerce. What do you think? Thanks!

        • 1. Re: Adobe muse and dreamweaver
          pziecina Level 6

          This is a question that a number of people have asked.

           

          The simple answer is no, the full answer would be sort of. You can export your Muse created file to html, then open it in Dreamweaver, and make changes to it, but what you can actually change would be extreamly limited, you would not be able to add anything in Dw beyond the basics such as text changes, or meta info.

           

          You would also never ever be able to open the file in Muse ever again.

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          • 2. Re: Adobe muse and dreamweaver
            juan_jml Level 1

            Thanks for your answer!, what would the right way to save time? if it exists! I'm relatively new, thanks!

            • 3. Re: Adobe muse and dreamweaver
              pziecina Level 6

              If you do not wish to learn how to code to a good standard, then Muse is the better option.

               

              There is also the question of just what type of sites you intend to create.

               

              If it is low end and static, then Muse is the better option, as what you can create in Muse is often better and easier to create, than what can be done in Dreamweaver. Dreamweaver though has no limits to what you can do, and the end result is dependant on your coding skills.

               

              The way to think about it, is that Muse is quick and easy, and is mainly limited by your design skills and the plug-ins available. Dreamweaver requires you to know how to code, but the only limit is your knowledge of design and code.

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