Think about it. In less than a minute, you can build a responsive page, ready for your content. Synergy is an automated Dreamweaver page-building tool that makes it easy to create responsive pages with compelling designs, usable features, and efficient code. Choose from cool smooth-scrolling portal pages, to coordinating interior pages with traditional layouts, to special framework pages that you can lay out with your own custom column configurations, using the included Synergy Row/Column Creator tool that comes with Synergy.

Synergy comes with a free, special edition of Drop Menu Magic and it's the most responsive menu ever available for Dreamweaver. When you view your Synergy page in a phone, the menu affixes to the top of your viewport. Cool, right? Yeah, but it gets better. If your page is configured to scroll to sections, clicking a section link will automatically close the menu, giving your content the maximum possible viewing area. Try this page on a phone, or simply make your browser window narrower than 700 pixels to see how it works. It's amazing!

Row/Column Creator Tool

Synergy's most delectable feature is the Row/Column Creator, which allows you to add rows and configure columns inside those rows. You can use this tool, to add new rows to an interior page or a portal page. Invest in a tool that will pay for itself over and over. PVII Synergy is an indispensable tool that will make your job and your life a lot easier.

Content is king. With Synergy in your corner you can focus on writing the best content for your site and let Synergy take care of the design. You can even link to a Synergy portal page section directly from an external source. Try it. This link will take you to the main Synergy example page, Focus Section...

In less than a minute, you can build a trendy, engaging, and gorgeous page with special navigation that allows for smooth animated scrolling between page sections. Navigation is handled by the included free copy of Drop Menu Magic, which is the most powerful free menu tool ever to hit the Dreamweaver community.