I have an intern updating our website, which was tossed together by people who know nothing about websites using Web Expressions. The intern is using Dreamweaver - the latest and greatest just installed today - to do this work, but I expect problems when she starts the project. Heck, I tried updating this same site a year ago using Visual Studio, and it couldn't open the thing. What can I do to make this painless for the lady?
I'm surprised it couldn't be opened in VS though. I've gone back and forth between Expression and VS for several projects, though they were Silverlight and WPF applications.
There is this little piece I saw that you might want to check into. Otherwise, she's an intern, life is supposed to be difficult for them
"Support for ASP,NET server behaviors was removed from Dreamweaver in CS4. However, if you need to re-enable that functionality, it's included as an extension in the following folder: C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Dreamweaver CS5\configuration\DisabledFeatures (Windows 64-bit - remove the (x86) for 32-bit). On a Mac it's in /Applications/Adobe Dreamweaver CS5/configuration/DisabledFeatures.