WARNING - Using the "WYSIWYG" interface only in DW will prove to be a
horribly frustrating experience. If you aren't prepared to spend some time
preparing by learning some HTML and CSS, then DW may not be the right
program for you. Expression Web is the same in that regard. There's no
hand-holding smoke and mirrors in either.
To use your site you would just define a DW site that points into the root
of the FP/EW site on your local hard drive. Please read DW's F1 Help about
how to define a site to get started.
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"firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> How can I import existing webs i created with FrontPage/Expression web to
> Dreamweaver . I have about 5 published web sites and bought a MAC and
> to use Dreamweaver to maintain my website. Just got it in today.
> Can I import the entire site and work with it in dreamweaver if so how do
> I do
> this? Any and all help is appreciated. I do not use frontpage extensions
> thats NOT a issue I just used FrontPage and expressionWeb to create
> using the WYSIWYG interface.
I also wish to import and existing Expression Web site into Dreamweaver. I am concerned about file naming conventions... Expression web automatically names some files with capital letters. Many of the files I created used hyphens in the file name (-). I understand that Dreamweaver does not allow these characters. Will this cause a problem?