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Dreamweaver email support and downloading free versions

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Hello.

I'd like to know 2 things :

1. Why the hell doesn't Adobe have an E-Mail, to which you can write any complain about anything ?

2. Why the hell can't i download Dreamweaver for completely free, even some older version of it ?

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Correct answer by Jon Fritz II | Adobe Community Professional

1. Because there is a Feature Request/Bug Report forum in DW's Help menu. The menu item points here: Adobe Dreamweaver CC


2. You can, Adobe offers a free 7 day trial of the full software. After that, if you want to continue using it (and because Adobe makes money solely on the sale of software and subscriptions) they charge you a fee.

If you don't want to pay for DW, use a free editor like http://www.brackets.io or one of the other free options online.

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Dreamweaver email support and downloading free versions

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Hello.

I'd like to know 2 things :

1. Why the hell doesn't Adobe have an E-Mail, to which you can write any complain about anything ?

2. Why the hell can't i download Dreamweaver for completely free, even some older version of it ?

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Jon Fritz II | Adobe Community Professional

1. Because there is a Feature Request/Bug Report forum in DW's Help menu. The menu item points here: Adobe Dreamweaver CC


2. You can, Adobe offers a free 7 day trial of the full software. After that, if you want to continue using it (and because Adobe makes money solely on the sale of software and subscriptions) they charge you a fee.

If you don't want to pay for DW, use a free editor like http://www.brackets.io or one of the other free options online.

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1. Because there is a Feature Request/Bug Report forum in DW's Help menu. The menu item points here: Adobe Dreamweaver CC


2. You can, Adobe offers a free 7 day trial of the full software. After that, if you want to continue using it (and because Adobe makes money solely on the sale of software and subscriptions) they charge you a fee.

If you don't want to pay for DW, use a free editor like http://www.brackets.io or one of the other free options online.

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Is this brackets editor, good for combining Javascript  with CSS ?

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I'm not exactly sure what you're going for when you say "combining javascript with CSS".

It won't write your code for you, but it has decent hinting and code coloring, better than DW's watered down version (DW now uses Brackets as its Code View editor).

It's free and Open Source with a community of add-on developers, so chances are if it doesn't do what you want out of the box, you're a quick download away from it.

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https://forums.adobe.com/people/Jon+Fritz+II  wrote

I'm not exactly sure what you're going for when you say "combining javascript with CSS".

It won't write your code for you, but it has decent hinting and code coloring, better than DW's watered down version (DW now uses Brackets as its Code View editor).

It's free and Open Source with a community of add-on developers, so chances are if it doesn't do what you want out of the box, you're a quick download away from it.

Quite honestly, i think the OP would be better using a free code editor such as Brackets judging from the original post.

Older versions of Dw, even if they were free, would still be too outdated for most users requirements. I'm not saying that Dw 2017 matches modern requirerments, and the UI is one of the worst i have tried to use, but when one remembers that Dw's new code editor is Brackets based, without any of the advantages of being Brackets, it makes more sense to use it than any version of Dw that Adobe would even consider offering as a free version.

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