Get an in-depth look at the powerful new CSS Designer tools in Dreamweaver CC. Intuitive visual editing tools help you generate clean, web-standard code and quickly apply CSS properties like gradients and box shadows. You can see the effects on your designs immediately, eliminating tedious tweaking and the need to go back and forth to Code view.
Featurette: Intuitive visual editing tools help you generate clean, web-standard code and quickly apply CSS properties like gradients and box shadows. See the effect in your design immediately. No more tedious tweaking. No more switching back to the code. What you see is what you get.
Edge Animate 1.5 has some exciting new features that include the addition of filters, implementing real web fonts, and adding gradients. Evangelist Paul Trani takes you through how to use these very exciting features in a real world project. Download Edge Animate 1.5 from the Creative Cloud today and give us your feedback on Twitter @EdgeAnimate @PaulTrani
Feb 14, 2013
Gradients, edge, CSS filters, Edge Animate, Edge Animate 1.5, Edge New Features, Edge Web Fonts
Save time and preserve your design's integrity by cleanly extracting CSS elements and values (such as color, font, gradient, and corner radius) using the new CSS Properties panel. Once you have the code, copy and paste it directly into Adobe Dreamweaver® CS6 software or other HTML editors.
Quickly switch between solid, gradient, and pattern color effects. Apply opacity control separately to Fill and Stroke dialog boxes to achieve better control and precision. Change colors more quickly with the improved color swatch.
With CSS3 support well-established in modern browsers, designers and developers alike are able to create rich visual effects like rounded corners, gradients, opacity and shadows - without needing image files. In this video we'll take a look at Dreamweaver CS 5.5's updated CSS3 support and how you can start using it to enhance your sites and projects.
Product Version: CC
Apr 10, 2011
Adobe CS5.5, Adobe TV, CSS3, HTML5, Scott Fegette, Web Development, box-shadow, dreamweaver, gradient, mobile
We're going back to Photoshop to teach people how fun and easy it is to create your own grungy textures! This is the first part of a series that will also use After Effects to create a compelling motion graphics animation.