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sIFR 3.0 Alpha Released

Posted Tuesday, May 23, 2006 8:11:31 AM by Stephanie


For those of you that have been following the development of, or even using sIFR, this post is for you. Mark Wubben has announced the release of the alpha of the next version of sIFR. I just got back from TODCon, so I haven't had time to play with it yet, but the feature list makes it look very promising. Especially the part about the increased simplicity of tuning your fonts. For me that was the only difficult part.

Other interesting bits -- Mark is taking advantage of the new Flash 8 filter features, like drop shadows. You'll also get the added benefit of Flash's new anti-aliasing and leading. There's also a fix included for the AdBlock issue. All in all, very promising.

If you've got time to test/play/help make this version the best it can be, head over to the sIFR 3 Alpha page and download it now.

Category tags: Accessibility, CSS, Designing for the Web, Dreamweaver, Flash, JavaScript

Dreamweaver 8.0.2 released 5/09/2006

Posted Tuesday, May 09, 2006 3:06:04 PM by Danilo Celic

Danilo Celic

Adobe released an updater for Dreamweaver 8 to push the version up to 8.0.2. Included in the 8.0.2 release are updates to server behaviors that prevent SQL injection. The updater can be found in the Dreamweaver support center. For those that interested check out the release notes to see what has been changed.

Dreamweaver MX 2004 users can update their code by following the directions for: ColdFusion
ASP VBScript
ASP JavaScript

Category tags: Dreamweaver, Macromedia News