your project looks nice, i have send u an email for more information
about your project and that i am interested to test it. also if we were
talking abour DW, does DW supports ruby on rails too?
Best Regards Dan,
Conrad T. wrote:
Hi Sterling, I believe that you confusing the goal of a CMS and
Dreamweaver. A content management system (CMS) organizes and manages
content. Also, Dreamweaver is an HTML/CSS authoring/development tool.
Most of the time one can
use both. For example, I use a CMS called Carma to manage both my
picture, video, and audio content on multiple sites. Then I’ll use DW
to construct the actual pages that this content will populate. Thus,
I would recommend obtaining SVN extension
for Dreamweaver to get your DW artifacts under version management.