Maintaining Trinity websites--Dreamweaver purchase and installation

Step 1: Purchase Dreamweaver licence

Dreamweaver is not available as part of a site licence in Trinity and so each area much purchase a Dreamweaver licence for each member of staff who wishes to install and use it.

If you are taking over from someone who had previously been using Dreamweaver in your area then you may not need to purchase a new licence if you can re-use the existing one. In that case, once you can establish who purchased the licence and which version of Dreamweaver they were using, you can contact Micromail (see below) to ask if they can provide you with the installation files and licence code for the relevant version of Dreamweaver.

If you do need to purchase a new licence then be aware that the latest version of Dreamweaver is Dreamweaver CC (Creative Cloud). The licences are provided at an educational discount for Trinity staff and, as per Adobe's current licensing arrangements, there is an annual licence fee. The older model of a once-off (perpetual) licence fee is no longer available. Micromail will need to know how many licences you require, if you are using PC or Mac, and your purchase order number. They will supply you with a licence code and a download link to install Dreamweaver.

For further information and pricing please contact Micromail:

Company: Micromail Ireland
Contact: Fionan O'Cinneide
Tel: 021 4515590
Fax: 021 4515593


Address: Micromail Ireland  (Education Licence Centre),
3 Nessan House,
Riverview Business Park,
Bessboro Road,

Step 2: Install dreamweaver

After purchasing the licence, in order to install Dreamweaver, Micromail will provide a download link for the installation files. You will be prompted for the licence code during installation.

Step 3: Configure dreamweaver

Once the product is installed and activated you will need to configure Dreamweaver to publish to the web server. Note that in order to publish to the Trinity web server you will need a webauthor account and the relevant permissions.

Web Design Policies and Training

All webauthors should become familiar with the Trinity web design policies and requirements listed at the Trinity Digita web site. We also would like to encourage you to book into the IT Services provided training course in using Dreamweaver to maintain Trinity websites.