Before you proudly launch your Adobe Dreamweaver website on to the web you may like to see how it appears in multiple browsers.

The software enables you to set up and create your own portal even if you have little or no experience in web development. Dreamweaver is a great way to make your company's presence felt in the virtual world without the need to hire potentially costly computer experts. However, if you feel you would like to be more involved in the writing of code needed to create your portal, the application provides for this also.

Novice computer users are likely to respond well to the software's interface that sees you following a series of point-and-click steps when building your site. The What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get programming can provide you with feedback on how your portal looks as you make changes. As a more amateur web developer, you may like to remain in the Design View option that is offered by the software. This allows you to easily find the components that you want to make up your site, while benefitting from the programme's many codes. More experienced web developers may prefer to work directly with the computer language responsible for the features of their site, which is possible via the Code View.

Once you have chosen from the many templates, added colour and other important design features you are likely to want to show them off on the internet. Many businesses have their own internet portal, from the largest companies to one-man bands and it is important to check that your website portrays professionalism in order to attract custom. An advantage of Dreamweaver is that it can be displayed in many browsers. This is important as more people across the world hook up to internet connections and the more browsers that can accurately display your site, the more potential customers you can reach.

It is recommended that before you connect to a web server and display your site you should investigate how it appears on a variety of display programmes such as Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. Adobe Dreamweaver has an in-built function allowing you to check that your carefully-crafted web pages appear without mistakes on selected browsers before you publish them on the internet. This allows you to see if the placement of text, images and other features appear as you would like them to. As well as giving you the opportunity to look for any issues with your documents, the software directs you towards potential problems so you can correct them before your site goes live.

A brief explanation is also offered concerning issues so you can get to their root cause and quickly rectify them. For instance, the application may alert you to extra white space that appears near links in a browser, so you can delete this and maintain consistency on your site. You may choose to do this by rewriting the code regarding the placement of links on your web pages if you desire, training courses to help improve your site building skills are available if you wish to delve further into this subject. Once you have successfully previewed how your portal appears in various browsers and made any corrections, you can then publish your site to the web safe in the knowledge it can be viewed by potential customers who are using various display programmes.