Dreamweaver CS4 Video Tutorial – CSS option on the properties panel.

September 29th, 2008

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I just released a new video tutorial that introduces the new CSS option in the properties panel.

In a nutshell, Dreamweaver CS4 has made it even easier to add and modify CSS code in your web pages.

You can view my growing collection of Dreamweaver CS4 in the Dreamweaver section of killersites.com.

PS: Firefox on the Mac sucks bad.


Stefan Mischook


6 Responses to “Dreamweaver CS4 Video Tutorial – CSS option on the properties panel.”

  1. This is great, thank you! I always thought that CS3 didn’t have that good of an interface for CSS. I can’t wait to use this!

  2. Savannah says:

    It almost seems the same just in a different location. I finally got used to the way they had it in CS3. Excited to get CS4 and try it out myself.

  3. Billy says:

    I agree that the CSS panel in Dreamwevaer CS4 is one of the best new features. I think they borrowed some ideas from the Firebug firefox plug-in. I also love the live preview – no more F12!!

  4. Uma says:

    Hi ,

    I bought the dream weaver for my MAC laptop, but now i want to use it for my new PC laptop. Can I do that? If so, How do I install it in my new PC laptop?

  5. Hi,

    You have to get the PC version … they are two different programs in that respect.

  6. synchro says:

    I haven’t played around with web design since the 90s and I had always been accustomed to simple HTML type editing of fonts using a WYSIWYG web editor. When I first explored Dreamweaver CS4 it was a shock to me that HTML style editing of fonts was almost completely gone from the program. Apparently, it’s nearly a 10-year old feature of WYSIWYG web editors to have that type of font editing. Now that I understand the basic concepts of CSS, I can see the power of assigning these style sheets (especially for those who need to use them repetitively over many pages). Thank you for the clear presentation of how CSS works.

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