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Adobe aims to make it less confusing to design Web pages with CSS and other tricky coding elements.

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Dreamweaver provides shortcuts to code within the Properties panel and with the Code Navigator. This could be especially helpful when dealing with dynamic pages.

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As with the other CS4 applications, there are more options for rearranging, resizing, stacking, and collapsing panels that connect you to features and assets.

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With Photoshop Smart Objects, you can drop PSD files into Web pages without losing track of source files. And you can drag and drop SWF files into Dreamweaver pages.

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Like other CS4 software, Dreamweaver lets you customize work spaces and then access them from a pull-down menu in the upper right corner of the interface.

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