Posted 23 February 2006 - 04:15 PM
I wonder if there's any difference between Dreamweaver 8 (which I'm currently using) and Dreamweaver UltraDev (which I've heard is mainly for ASP).
Basically, since I'm looking for a job as a Website Developer & as the employer often ask for not just HTML based skill but also CSS, XML, XHTML, PHP, ASP, SQL etc., I wonder how relevant is having hands-on experience in Dreamweaver 8 is ???
So far, I've a basic knowledge of SQL & have hands-on experience in HTML. After reading couple of books on Dreamweaver, I feel comfortable with using CSS, as well.
All I know about ASP is that it builts dyanamic forms on the Internet, along with connecting Database like MS Access & (perhaps) SQL, as well. I wonder if Dreamweaver 8 covers ALL ASPECTS of ASP. Beside, does the same software cover ALL ASPECTS of XML, XHTML, etc.
I reckon, having negligible knowledge about programming, there's no bloody way I could possibly feel comfortable with typing weird looking programming code, so I wonder if such a software like Dreamweaver 8 makes life any easier for someone like me ???
Nope, I'm NOT God, but I'm British (which is the next best thing ;)