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Chapter 22. Extending Dreamweaver > Writing Your Own Extensions

22.2. Writing Your Own Extensions

If you can write HTML and JavaScript, you can write Dreamweaver extensions. In earlier chapters, we saw how to add custom objects to the Objects panel, create custom dialog boxes, and add commands to the Commands menu. Dreamweaver extensions are merely customized menu options, behaviors, and objects that have been packaged to make them easily shareable.

22.2.1. Resources for Extension Developers

Macromedia provides several resources to help you write Dreamweaver extensions:


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