What is the first version of Adobe Dreamweaver?

What is the first version of Adobe Dreamweaver?

Adobe Dreamweaver

Adobe Dreamweaver 20.2 running on macOS Catalina
Developer(s) Adobe Inc. (2005–present) Macromedia (before 2005)
Initial release December 1997
Stable release 2020 (20.2) / June 2020
Written in C++

What is the latest version of Dreamweaver?

The latest version of Dreamweaver is the October 2021 release (version 21.2).

When was Dreamweaver released?

December 1997
Adobe Dreamweaver/Initial release dates

How do you redo in Dreamweaver?

To undo or redo changes, do any of the following:

  1. To undo a change, choose Edit > Undo [name of change].
  2. To redo a change, choose Edit > Redo [name of change].
  3. To repeat the last command in the Waveform Editor, choose Edit > Repeat Last Command.

What are the applications of Dreamweaver?

Adobe Dreamweaver is a software program for designing web pages, essentially a more fully featured HTML web and programming editor. The program provides a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) interface to create and edit web pages. Dreamweaver supports many markup languages, including HTML, XML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Who is founder Dreamweaver?


Final logo from March 1997 to December 2005
Type Public
Headquarters San Francisco, California (incorporated under DGCL) United States
Key people Michael Nielsen, Co-Founder, MacroMind Marc Canter, Founder, MacroMind, Michael W. Allen Founder, Authorware Bud Colligan and Tim Mott, Co-Founders, Macromedia

What is a jump menu?

About jump menus A jump menu is a pop‑up menu in a document, visible to your site visitors, listing links to documents or files. You can create links to documents in your website, links to documents on other websites, e‑mail links, links to graphics, or links to any file type that can be opened in a browser.

Can you undo in Dreamweaver?

After a long day in front of the computer, the ability to undo any action seems quite natural. Fortunately, most steps you take in Dreamweaver can be reversed with either the Undo command or the History panel.