Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 is the first version of Adobe Dreamweaver to be developed in-house by Adobe Systems after its acquisition of Macromedia. It replaced Adobe GoLive and was included with Adobe Creative Suite 3 Web Standard, Web Premium, Design Premium, and Master Collection.
End of supportEdit
In July 2017, activation servers for CS3 applications were shut down. Registered users who wished to continue using Dreamweaver CS3 after that date could use their valid serial number to download a new installer from Adobe that could be activated without contacting a server. In December 2019, Adobe stopped providing CS3 downloads entirely.
- ↑ CS3 Activation Server Retired by Jeff_Arola, Adobe Support Community. 2017-07-28.
- ↑ CS3, Acrobat 8 ~ Activation Servers Retired by Nancy_OShea, Adobe Support Community. 2017-07-26 / 2019-12-18.
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