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Do I have to use Workspace throughout these projects, or can I use Dreamweaver? I know eventually I'll be using Dreamweaver exclusively so, I figured I'd start to get use to it now.

Hello Darnell, Did you try to use Sublime Text instead of Dreamweaver? I switched from DW to Sublime a few months ago and its a much better workspace for coding. If you try it, let me know what you think about it! Regards!

3 Answers

Lucas Krause
Lucas Krause
19,924 Points

Most projects offer a download for the project files so that you can use a code editor of your choice.

Mark Josephsen
Mark Josephsen
8,803 Points

Agreed. Also, you can follow along the video series by just creating the same file structure wherever you like on your computer and then open the actual files with your browser. Just use a text editor and save it with the correct file extensions. As per the previous response, I would also stress downloading the project files and using them within your own setup so you can follow along the video series closely.

Awesome! Thanks for getting back to me so fast, especially on a Sunday :)