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Contribute CS3 on Windows 8.1
6.5 / 3 October 2012
|Operating system||Windows XP, Windows 7, OS X 10.6, OS X 10.7|
|Available in||17 languages|
Adobe Contribute (formerly Macromedia Contribute) is a discontinued specialized HTML editor. As its name implies, it is intended to contribute contents to existing websites, including blogs. It includes plug-ins for Internet Explorer and Firefox that allow users to make their contributions from within their web browsers. Unlike its sibling, Adobe Dreamweaver, Contribute is not intended to create a website from scratch or engage in web development or web design.
Contribute operates in a client–server model: the website to which it contributes must support accepting additions or editions from Contribute and be able to verify that the person doing is so actually allowed. Built-in WordPress and Blogger support are available in Contribute. In addition, Adobe Dreamweaver can create contribute-friendly websites.
Contribute is designed to inter-operate with Adobe Dreamweaver and other Adobe products. It was included in the Web Premium and the Master Collection editions of Adobe Creative Suite until version 5.5.
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