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Creating a mobile-friendly web page with Dreamweaver CS5.5 - Dreamweaver tutorial


With the rising popularity of devices like tablets and smart phones, Adobe has started to integrate mobile content creation across the Creative Suite. One feature, which was introduced in Dreamweaver CS5 and improved in CS5.5, is support for CSS3 Media Queries.
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