6 Replies Latest reply on Aug 16, 2006 1:03 PM by Newsgroup_User

    Client updates

    Level 7
      I am creating a website with DW8. Would an older version of DW be
      sufficient to update pages? I remember a converation like this some time
      ago with Murray ... memory serves me that there is a software for just such
      updates. Unfortunately, I can't find the reference.
      Your help will be appreciated. Thanks!


        • 1. Re: Client updates
          Level 7
          Would Netscape Composer be compatible with DW8?


          "LinKot" <linkot@ameritech.net> wrote in message
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          >I am creating a website with DW8. Would an older version of DW be
          >sufficient to update pages? I remember a conversation like this some time
          >ago with Murray ... memory serves me that there is a software for just such
          >updates. Unfortunately, I can't find the reference.
          > Your help will be appreciated. Thanks!
          >


          • 2. Re: Client updates
            Level 7


            > Would Netscape Composer be compatible with DW8?

            it would be "compatible" in that it's an html editor...
            but it won't obey any dw specific thinks like templates/library items.

            go to the adobe site, and find Contribute in the products section.

            • 3. Re: Client updates
              Level 7
              Thanks Alan ... that's exactly what I needed. Much appreciated, Linda



              "Alan" <dont_mail_me_period@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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              >
              >
              >> Would Netscape Composer be compatible with DW8?
              >
              > it would be "compatible" in that it's an html editor...
              > but it won't obey any dw specific thinks like templates/library items.
              >
              > go to the adobe site, and find Contribute in the products section.
              >


              • 4. Re: Client updates
                Level 7
                Thanks Alan ... this is exactly the information/product I was looking for.
                I sent a reply earlier and it didn't appear, please excuse me if it shows up
                later than sooner :)

                By the way, how does one set those (cute) fictitious email addresses? :))

                Linda


                "Alan" <dont_mail_me_period@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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                >
                >
                >> Would Netscape Composer be compatible with DW8?
                >
                > it would be "compatible" in that it's an html editor...
                > but it won't obey any dw specific thinks like templates/library items.
                >
                > go to the adobe site, and find Contribute in the products section.
                >


                • 5. Re: Client updates
                  Level 7

                  >
                  > By the way, how does one set those (cute) fictitious email addresses? :))
                  >

                  depends on the email/newsreader client used.

                  in mine, i set up the fake email address as a mail account.
                  then in setting up this newsgroup account, picked the fake email account as
                  the "from" to be used when sending to this newsgroup.


                  • 6. Re: Client updates
                    Level 7
                    Cleaver ...

                    :)


                    "Alan" <dont_mail_me_period@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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                    >
                    >>
                    >> By the way, how does one set those (cute) fictitious email addresses? :))
                    >>
                    >
                    > depends on the email/newsreader client used.
                    >
                    > in mine, i set up the fake email address as a mail account.
                    > then in setting up this newsgroup account, picked the fake email account
                    > as
                    > the "from" to be used when sending to this newsgroup.
                    >
                    >