I haven't done web design for years, and am new to CSS. Last used some ancient Windows version of DreamWeaver, though I also own CS6 on a Mac that died years ago and I can't afford to replace. Installed DreamWeaver CC and mistakenly chose the 'Intermediate' level instead of 'Beginner.' I'm completely lost. Hoping that if I start over with the initial setup, that perhaps there will be more helpers to guide me, explain things more clearly and completely. I don't want to be constantly looking for online helpers to explain every new concept or terminology. Of course, I have no idea if this will actually help my old brain to figure this stuff out, but it's worth a try...
The question: Is there a way to go back to that point, or simply to change my preference to beginner level, without having to uninstall/reinstall?
Thanks for any suggestions.
There is no such thing as user levels in Dreamweaver. Help files are on-line so that they can be quickly updated with each new version of Dreamweaver.
Go to Workspaces and select Standard.
Go to link below and click on Beginner.
If you haven't worked with modern code before, you have some catching up to do in HTML5 and CSS.
Read the chapters, work with code examples, take quizzes at the end.
Post back if you need more help.