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DreamWeaver vs WordPress

Dreamweaver and WordPress are different tools. Dreamweaver is used for designing individual web pages as well as for editing HTML and CSS code.

FeaturesDreamweaverWordPress
Ease of UseCoding skills and technical knowledge are mandatoryCoding skills and technical knowledge are recommended, but not mandatory
Target AudienceProfessionals onlyNon-techies, newbies, and professionals
SEO & SpeedDoes not ensure good SEOCoding and back-end development are time-consumingProvides SEO instruments like keywords, alt tags, and titles by default; allows leveraging additional plugins to improve SEOEstablishing the site does not take much time 
DesignAllows creating responsive design using Fluid Grid Layout featureEnsures responsive and mobile-friendly design by default
ExtensionsOffers extensions on Adobe ExchangeOffers plugins, add-ons, and extensions on WordPress.org repository
ThemesFree and premium templatesFree and premium themes
Pricing$240-600Free to use if not including expenses necessary to get a domain name and hosting provider
Blog FunctionalityEnables creating a static website, adding all the needed pages, links, etc. which would imitate the blogEnables implementing blog functionality
eCommerce FeaturesAllows creating any sort of web application including eCommerceAllows creating an online store using WooCommerce or Ecwid plugins 
Dreamweaver vs WordPress