Macromedia’s New MX Series
Improved Standards Support for Dreamweaver MX
Look forward to much better support for W3C Recommendations with Dreamweaver MX, including much improved support for XHTML, CSS, and accessibility. This is in no small way due to WaSP’s Dreamweaver Task Force, who consulted with Dreamweaver’s engineers. Big kudos to Macromedia’s Dreamweaver engineers for their major efforts with a much improved product.
By the way, WaSP’s new site is underway behind the scenes (and will be available soon!). You may not see much from the outside, but we’ve been busy
bees WaSPs behind the scenes. The Dreamweaver Task Force is just one of the signs of that continued effort.
New Dreamweaver MX Tutorials
And Jeffrey Zeldman notes new tutorials by Rachel Andrew who’s played a leading role in WaSP’s Dreamweaver Task Force, too:
- Dreamweaver MX and valid (X)HTML
- Dreamweaver MX and external CSS-P
- Best Practices in CSS with Dreamweaver MX
Rachel really knows her stuff, especially when it comes to Dreamweaver, as I know first hand from working with her. Her tutorials are also very well done, easy to understand, and very helpful. These new tutorials will give a great boost to working with the new Dreamweaver MX, too.