Does Adobe/Dreamweaver Have Free Website Templates?

I am trying to find out whether Adobe/Dreamweaver has free premade website templates that can be used
with Dreamweaver MX2004.
Does anyone know?
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Scott Fell, EE MVEDeveloper & EE ModeratorCommented:
There are "dreamweaver" dwt templates that come with dreamweaver mx.   The direct answer is yes.  Those same templates get carried over to the adobe versions of cs3,4,5...

You want to stay away from those templates for two reasons.  First, they are dreamweaver specific and contain dreamweaver code that is hidden in rendered html, but in the software creates repeat/non editable areas such as headers and footers.   It becomes hard to carry over for upgrading or getting away from DW.

The main reason you should not use them is they are old, and were old when released.  They are based on the way things were done in 2000. Don't even think of trying to use any of the spry assests... is one way to go as is any of the javascript frameworks you see here

Today we are using responsive grid libraries from the likes of or  

A template is something that you create so you don't have to rewrite code.  Things that are pretty much the same on every page could include a header, navigation and footer.  Then only change the body on any page.  If you are using a serverside language, it helps to use a server side include file for these things.

Bootstrap has some examples you can create your own responsive template with and so does foundation

If you want something that is more polished, then give the templates a try at (keep in mind things like images do not come with these things and are only available for show).

Another very good option to consider if you want to skip coding all together is,, or  These are all in one hosting/cms/templates.  Very easy to use and maintain with not reinventing the wheel.  The next step above that is are traditional cms's like 

Because even what was done in 2013 is getting old...what was done in 2004 +/- is just paste stone age... I would stay away from any of the dreamweaver templates or anything that helps generate code.  The css portion will be out of date as well.

If you don't want to upgrade dreamweaver, there are some good free options with or if you are on a pc, notepad++ and for mac textwrangler.  I prefer jetbrains

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