Jmol can indeed go in web pages in the form of the Jmol applet.
It doesn't matter how you write those pages, with Dreamweaver or in
any other way.
You can learn how to insert JmolApplets by reading the Jmol Wiki, as
well as in several tutorials out there.
You can also use the Export to Web module, which is part of the Jmol
application, and it will produce the needed html code which you can
use as is or integrate it into your pages.
Good luck in your first Jmol experience!
PS: this kind of question goes better in jmol-users list, not jmol-
developers; I am redirecting the discussion there
El 16 Jun 2011 a las 10:44, Dan Toomey escribió:
> I am interested in adding jmol to a Dreamweaver cs5 website. Any help
> is most welcome.
> Dan Toomey
> 7th and 8th Grade Science
> Edgewood Campus School
> Madison, WI
I'm not sure what you mean by "Webexportintro.html is the next step"
Jmol Export to Web will produce a flder with files in it. Both the folder and the html file
inside will have whatever name you choose. Then you open that html file in your browser.
On 16 Jun 2011 at 12:56, Dan Toomey wrote:
> Dear Angel,
> Thanks so much for the quick reply, great info, and redirect of the question! I have been reading
> up a fair amount and have downloaded the latest version of Jmol (12.0.45) and opened
> webexport, html, and am assuming Webexportintro.html is the next step? Am I on the right