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How do you export a web design template from illistrator to be compatable and editable in dreamweaver?

I have tried to save it as an SVG but when i go to import my SVG into dreamweaver i am unable to attach hyper links to images or change any of the code from the SVG. i have watched many tutorials on this and all of the imported templates to dreamwaver i have seen are html but there is no option to export from illistrator as html. Im confused! 🥴🥴

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Correct answer by Monika Gause | Adobe Community Professional

It's not possible.

And honestly: you wouldn't even want it.

WYSIWYG webdesign is dead. It has never worked. It won't give you modern code and never has produced code that made sense in the WWW environment.

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Exporting as html

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How do you export a web design template from illistrator to be compatable and editable in dreamweaver?

I have tried to save it as an SVG but when i go to import my SVG into dreamweaver i am unable to attach hyper links to images or change any of the code from the SVG. i have watched many tutorials on this and all of the imported templates to dreamwaver i have seen are html but there is no option to export from illistrator as html. Im confused! 🥴🥴

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Correct answer by Monika Gause | Adobe Community Professional

It's not possible.

And honestly: you wouldn't even want it.

WYSIWYG webdesign is dead. It has never worked. It won't give you modern code and never has produced code that made sense in the WWW environment.

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It's not possible.

And honestly: you wouldn't even want it.

WYSIWYG webdesign is dead. It has never worked. It won't give you modern code and never has produced code that made sense in the WWW environment.

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