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My question: Is it neccesary to develop in visualstudio or is dreamweaver okay to do fast/efficient work? i have both: i like the look/feel of dreamweaver better, also vs seems to be a cubersome mammoth of an application.
Thanks for feedback!
I basically settled on using DW for the html and CSS, and VS for the coding (both code-behind and inline). Then I use TS Pro to fine-tune the CSS, but that's yet another editor <g>.
Not perfect, but you get used to it.
[edited by: Bluesplinter at 12:32 pm (utc) on Sep. 2, 2006]
As far as using the "designer" I never used it in DW and don't use it in VS 2005 either.
With that said I still use DW for all my classic ASP work because it is quicker to load and more responsive.