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*covers his face with his hands*
I give up... Well at least we'll make the 100 replies within two months, will be a new record, I guess.
*grumbling, talking to himself*
And these are grown-up adults...
I've been doing web development for a few years now. I learned with FrontPage (earlier versions before the big guys bought them out). And up until 2000 was released it really screwed with ASP code that was inserted. I have to say that now that 2000 is here, I don't have that same complaint. I use FrontPage as my tool of choice, although I don't have much experience with DreamWeaver. It's on my list to learn... along with about a dozen other things.
The only place I know even 2000 still causes problems with is dynamic HTML code that is inserted into the page.
I think FP2000 serves it's purpose... and it's a great tool to learn web development.
Except in Netscape
You've set the border of the table to 1 and the color to gray, but Netscape doesn't do that, the only way to make it look neat is to use [cellspacing="1"]. Right now you've got ugly grey borders everywhere, even around the rounded corners...
Wow, this thread is on fire!
In my opinion, Frontpage (98 and 2000) is a good, easy WYSIWYG editor. For more advanced users, the HTML editor is fine. For beginners, the themes can be a life saver. It allows you to evolve as your skills gradually increase. I actually learned HTML years ago, in part from looking at the code after making a [crappy] page with themes. So, let's not speak too negatively. Sure, it does add some useless stuff here and there. But guess what? That's why the keyboard is equipped with a backspace/delete option. Just cut it out if it bothers you, but it doesn't cause any harm 9 out of 10 times. Most visitors don't check your source code to see if it is "perfect." Just my two cents.
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