Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2015.2 release includes key enhancements to DOM Panel, CC Libraries, and more. In DOM Panel, you can now manipulate (copy, paste, move, wrap, and delete) multiple HTML elements simultaneously, and Add or Edit tags within it. When using CC Libraries, access and use SVG Files from Illustrator that are optimized for web. You can also take advantage of new email starter templates, available in the New Document dialog, to jumpstart HTML email design. Plus, Dreamweaver is now integrated with the latest CEF for more accurate rendering in Live View.
Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2015.1 release brings you a breakthrough experience in designing and building websites. Creative Cloud Libraries and Adobe Stock can now be accessed from within Dreamweaver to integrate design elements and styles from Adobe desktop and mobile apps, and high-quality images and videos. Collaborative features in Creative Cloud provide a smooth designer-to-developer workflows.This release also includes several enhancements to responsive web design, Extract, Live view editing, and other enhancement requests received from users like you.
For a detailed summary on what's new and what's changed, see New features summary.
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