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    www.logoraman.com electroskan.com's Avatar
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    which is best

    dreamweaver or frontpage
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    i like fp
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    i prefer apples to oranges

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    this has been discussed a zillion times here just make a quick search and you'll see!
    FrontPage is probably the worst choice to make

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    Used to think Frontpage...

    Then I got Dreamweaver...

    Never turned back.

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    Dreamweaver has more function than Frontpage, easy to use.

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    I wouldn't use either but if I had to choose it would be Dreamweaver every time. Having said that I understand that Expressions which is the replacement for FP is much much better than it's predecessor and might be worth a look if budgets are tight.
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    Download Expressions, very powerful. If NVU were £100 I 'd stillsay it was worth it. It is free. If you have the cash the DW buit it is only one tool.

    Depends on what u want.

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    Dreamweaver but personally I only use it in code editor view as the wysiwyg in both Dreamweaver and Frontpage leaves a lot to be desired if you want to develop a standards compliant website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Tranquility
    this has been discussed a zillion times here just make a quick search and you'll see!
    FrontPage is probably the worst choice to make
    Couldn't have said it better myself :-)

    http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/sear...archid=2515977

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    dreamweaver!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Tranquility
    this has been discussed a zillion times here just make a quick search and you'll see!
    FrontPage is probably the worst choice to make
    Agreed
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    I like to handcode because I can keep the code clean. I tried using Dreamweaver a while back, and was able to do the same work in less time handcoding. Dreamweaver is OK... Frontpage is evil.... handcoding rocks... nuff said.

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    I was using Frontpage a few months back but I am learning DW now. Note pad is ok too but too slow for me. I'm not a good coder
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    I'm using dreamweaver


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