Adobe Dreamweaver (formerly known as Macromedia Dreamweaver) is a proprietary web development application originally created by Macromedia, and is now developed by Adobe Systems, which acquired Macromedia in 2005.
To start a new web page, choose Dreamweaver Site under the Create New heading in the Welcome Screen. You could also choose HTML.
In the Files panel, notice the site name displayed in the top pop-up menu. As you create more sites in Dreamweaver, they will appear in this menu. Other locations on your computer also appear in this list, in case you need to access files stored elsewhere.
Use the Files panel to do any file management for the site that you have defined in Dreamweaver. Don't move files using operating system tools: Dreamweaver cannot track changes made to your site folders if you make them outside the Dreamweaver interface.
The properties panel is usually found below the open document. Use the Property inspector to easily create, edit, and apply cascading style sheets to your document.
This is the Dreamweaver stage, as you can see on the left hand side you have the HTML listings and the right hand side is the design area. You can change the settings as to which you prefer to view.
Quick guide to Dreamweaver
To insert an image onto your dreamweaver site, you must first save the picture in the site folder that you create in the beginning.