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Thanks, I certainly will.  I have looked at a lot of the changes over the last year or so and knew that I was in for some huge changes.  That is why I was so worried that my skill level might be way too old.  It doesn't look good when ones website can't be used on a mobile device.  Can't wait for the book to get here!

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I was so worried that my skill level might be way too old.  It doesn't look good when ones website can't be used on a mobile device.  Can't wait for the book to get here!

I have branched this to a new discussion and moved it to the Dreamweaver support forum.

You don't need to wait for your book to arrive to get started with responsive web design  templates in DW CC.  Simply define your site folder as you did in previous versions.  Site > New Site.

Then go to File > New > Starter Templates.  Pick one and hit the Create button.   I'm  fond of Bootstrap because it cuts my development time in half.   But use whichever one appeals to you.  You can customize it later.

CC-StarterPage.jpg

Immediately save your newly created document.  After saving, your Files panel will resemble this.

CC-StarterPageAssets.jpg

Have fun playing around with it.

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Re: Responsive website [Branched]

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Thanks, I certainly will.  I have looked at a lot of the changes over the last year or so and knew that I was in for some huge changes.  That is why I was so worried that my skill level might be way too old.  It doesn't look good when ones website can't be used on a mobile device.  Can't wait for the book to get here!

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Pedricks  wrote

I was so worried that my skill level might be way too old.  It doesn't look good when ones website can't be used on a mobile device.  Can't wait for the book to get here!

I have branched this to a new discussion and moved it to the Dreamweaver support forum.

You don't need to wait for your book to arrive to get started with responsive web design  templates in DW CC.  Simply define your site folder as you did in previous versions.  Site > New Site.

Then go to File > New > Starter Templates.  Pick one and hit the Create button.   I'm  fond of Bootstrap because it cuts my development time in half.   But use whichever one appeals to you.  You can customize it later.

CC-StarterPage.jpg

Immediately save your newly created document.  After saving, your Files panel will resemble this.

CC-StarterPageAssets.jpg

Have fun playing around with it.

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Pedricks  wrote

I was so worried that my skill level might be way too old.  It doesn't look good when ones website can't be used on a mobile device.  Can't wait for the book to get here!

I have branched this to a new discussion and moved it to the Dreamweaver support forum.

You don't need to wait for your book to arrive to get started with responsive web design  templates in DW CC.  Simply define your site folder as you did in previous versions.  Site > New Site.

Then go to File > New > Starter Templates.  Pick one and hit the Create button.   I'm  fond of Bootstrap because it cuts my development time in half.   But use whichever one appeals to you.  You can customize it later.

CC-StarterPage.jpg

Immediately save your newly created document.  After saving, your Files panel will resemble this.

CC-StarterPageAssets.jpg

Have fun playing around with it.

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web.com

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Thanks!  I will do that!  Working two jobs right now, so strapped for time and this will help a lot.  Plus I live in an area with dismal internet and no cable.  Just ancient landlines.  I am lucky if I can 500kbps, so I have to drive into town if I want to watch video tutorials and such.  And update apps! 

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